A NEW BEGINNING FOR RICHFIELD HAIRDRESSING
Richfield Hairdressing is reopening Monday 11 Oct 21 as a co-working space for stylists, which means that each stylist will now be running their own business from the salon, renting a chair and the facilities, and working directly with their own clients.
For our clients, this means no middle-man, so you can book directly with your hairstylist, and with Simon, Georgia and Tracey all continuing to work from the salon, all our regular clients can continue to see their favourite stylists.
Why are we making changes?
In April this year, Simon Richfield sold the salon to Amy Parker and it has since been undergoing some changes. 'We've had to make some challenging decisions this year due to staff movements, shortages across the industry and the COVID lockdown, but each new day brings new beginnings, and as we were looking to reopen, it just made sense to move to a co-working model. The team and I are extremely excited about this new way of working. Our new approach is all about helping stylists to thrive and do their best work, and in turn, delight our clients.' - Amy Parker
The Roadmap for Reopening
Our waiting list of clients has been divided amongst Simon, Georgia and Tracey based on who they usually see. Each stylist will get in touch with their clients on the waiting list to arrange an appointment. Some of you may have already been contacted by your stylist, but if not, please bare with us as the waiting list is quite extensive after so many weeks in lockdown.
Thank you for your support and ongoing patience, and we can't wait to
welcome you back into the salon as soon as possible.