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Beauty salon ‘Beauteous’ will be closing its doors on April 1 after five years at the Triangle.
A window sign thanks the community for support, and adds: “We have had a fantastic success here, its [sic] just time to move on”.
It assures clients that owner Jade will still “be doing beauty from another location,” and invites them to follow the shop on social media for updates.
The salon offers treatments such as nails, lash extensions, massaging, waxing and brow threading.
As reported, before opening at 22, Manor Farm Road, owner Jade Sandford worked in a smaller space in West End.
Writing on Facebook last December, the shop announced, “this Christmas will be our last! I have decided not to renew the shop lease come spring, as this is the best decision to suit my new family life…
“We have had 5 fantastic years in this shop and I am so proud of the team that have taken me to the end and proud of myself for holding it all together. Which is very hard work especially surviving a pandemic.”
“I really really from the bottom of my heart cannot thank all of our clients enough for supporting us through the good and the bad.”
Responding to the post there were various comments from well-wishers, including Amanda Richmond who said: “From that little pink room at West End you've grown your business into an amazing one Jade and you've done brilliantly so be proud and move on, putting your family first is the most important thing and you'll be successful in everything you do moving forward I'm very sure!”
And Laura Wyllie added: “To have a successful and thriving business in today climate is no easy feat Jade. You should be so proud of your accomplishments xxx “
Before becoming Beauteous, the premises were occupied by Colours of Beauty, which moved from the Triangle in 2017 after six years.
Prior to that, the location was home to florist Creative Flowers.
• Elsewhere at the Triangle it looks as if building work to replace the front of the former Flower Boutique premises, and add shutters, is now virtually complete. And there’s been a flurry of new signage elsewhere, with the former Triangle Cuts understood to have changed hands and now branded as ‘M-K Traditional Turkish Barbers’, and a new illuminated sign for Andy’s fish and chips, where there was a new team in 2021 after 34 years - all pictured below.