Havant hair salon decorates its window and pledges to make cash donations to say thank you to NHS workers

A SALON is pledging to donate money to the NHS after displaying a bright display in its window.

By Hope Mckellar
Tuesday, 19th May 2020, 4:13 pm
Updated Tuesday, 19th May 2020, 4:55 pm

Havant-based hair salon Headromance has displayed a giant rainbow made from balloons in its window as a way of thanking NHS staff for their work during the pandemic.

Director Emily Warne and manager Sasha Francis are also urging residents, or anyone who walks past the window, to take a picture and post it on their social media channels.

For every picture posted, the salon will donate £2 to the NHS and match the total amount raised.

Headromance salon in Havant has decorated its window with rainbow balloons for the NHS.

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The salon closed its doors almost nine weeks ago at the end of March when government guidelines announced that non essential businesses had to close.

The team wanted to say thank you to NHS workers.

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