Hairdressers are proud to show News Tricolore poster

From left, Siobhan McGiffen, 19, Dannielle Sibley, 18, Darren Smith, 19, manager Esme Harris, 27, Megan Hover, 17, and Joanne Parsons, 45, at the Review Salon in Waterlooville Picture: Tom Cotterill
From left, Siobhan McGiffen, 19, Dannielle Sibley, 18, Darren Smith, 19, manager Esme Harris, 27, Megan Hover, 17, and Joanne Parsons, 45, at the Review Salon in Waterlooville Picture: Tom Cotterill
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HAIRDRESSERS in Waterlooville are backing The News’ Tricolore poster campaign.

Staff at Review Salon, in London Road, said they were appalled by the atrocity in Paris.

Manager Esme Harris, 27, said: ‘I was scared when I heard about the attack. It was horrible.’

Joanne Parsons, 45, added: ‘It’s a disgrace to see what’s happening in the world. So this is our way of showing our support.’

Scores of residents across Portsmouth have been showing their support by displaying the French Tricolore flag in shops and their homes.

Those keen to join can show their support by printing our free poster: www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/local/the-news-poster-shows-support-for-paris-1-7068228#axzz3rg93tWul