Planning Permission Blow for Village Salon

A much loved Ruddington hairdresser may be put out of business, and a single mum forced to leave her home, after Rushcliffe Borough Council (RBC) planners approved controversial new redevelopment proposals earlier than expected. We reported last week that an application had been made to convert 25 and 25A Easthorpe Street back into two, purely residential properties. Unfortunately no one thought to tell current occupier, Jane Hallam of the ‘Hair Flair’ salon – who instead heard about it from her neighbour! When RBC was made aware of her plight, it agreed to extend the window for public comments…

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Village Salon Threatened With Closure

A Ruddington business owner has learned with shock and dismay that she will lose her livelihood if proposals to redevelop her historic premises are given the go-ahead by Rushcliffe planners. Jane Hallam’s ‘Hair Flair’ salon is thought now to be the village’s oldest hairdresses and has been at 25A Easthorpe Street for around half a century. Mrs Hallam has rented the unit for the last twenty five years, since she took over the business. It’s a successful and popular salon used by many people from our village and beyond –…

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Ruddington Garage IS Still Open!

Further to the recent closure of the hair salon and car dealership located at the Ruddington Garage premises on Easthorpe Street, rumours have been flying around the village that the garage itself has closed down. We’re pleased to report that this isn’t the case – the third party businesses who rented the salon and forecourt areas have simply moved or ceased trading. “We’re still here and open for business!” says Jason Dickman {pictured} whose father Brian has owned the premises for 35 years. “There’s no truth in the rumours going round…

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Traysi is Targeted!

The current crimewave blighting the lives of residents and traders in Ruddington shows no sign of stopping – after a late night raid on Classic Cuts Hairdressing on the corner of High Street and Charles Street. Rushcliffe Police reported that the incident took place at 10.18pm on Wednesday (10th January). Owner Traysi Kirk has confirmed to RUDDINGTON.info that her business was the target. She told us: “Stock was stolen and there was lots of mess and damage. Four youths in a dark Ford Focus used a crow bar to smash the…

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