Supermarket in Huntingdon set to welcome a barber shop

PUBLISHED: 15:59 26 October 2017

TRIM: Gould barbers is opening a branch at Tesco in Huntingdon

TRIM: Gould barbers is opening a branch at Tesco in Huntingdon <

Customers at Tesco in Huntingdon will soon be able to get a trim when they buy their shopping because a new barber shop is opening in the store.

The six-chair barbers is set to open in an area currently used for storage on November 27.

Gould Barbers already has an outlet at a Tesco store in Kings Lynn and the new Huntingdon branch is one of seven opening in the coming months.

Mark Little, from Gould Barbers, said: “We expect the vast majority of customers to be male but any customer wanting a barber-type haircut is welcome - we do have female customers occasionally in our existing shop.”

He said they were “extremely excited” to have entered into a partnership agreement with Tesco for the new outlets.

All but one of the new shops will be in the eastern region, including branches at Bar Hill and Wisbech.

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