A hairdressing business has announced "with a heavy heart" that its salon inside Churchstoke’s Co-op supermarket will close at the end of the month.

Snip 'N' Curl made the "difficult" decision to close its Welsh salon after it became not financially viable to remain open since having difficulties to recruit a new stylist.

The salon's last day at the Co-op in Churchstoke will be Monday, July 31, but a home salon will be opening in Churchstoke "for all you lovely clients that still want me to do you hair".

Snip 'N' Curl's Church Stretton salon will remain open for appointments.


"Since our stylist left in March, we have been unable to find another stylist to cover so unfortunately the salon has only been able to open one to two days a week," Snip 'N' Curl said.

"This has not been financially viable for us to do and along with turning so many customers away we feel it would be in the best interest of the business to focus our time on our Church Stretton salon as this one will remain open.

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"I will however be opening back up my home salon in Churchstoke for all you lovely clients that still want me to do your hair.  This will be by appointment only basis. Otherwise, we will see you in our Church Stretton Salon.

"We have loved our three busy years inside the Co-op in Churchstoke and can’t thank you all enough for your support and custom.

"Our last working day in Churchstoke will be Monday 31st July. Thank you again and we look forward to the future."