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Monday, 29 January 2018 17:15

elegant beauty window signUPDATED A new beauty salon, and computer and phone repair and sales unit, are promised for the former Advanced double glazing shop on the Triangle.



There’s a sign in the window of the large unit, at 5 Manor Farm Road next door to the Butcher’s Hook, that says Elegant Beauty Ltd is “coming soon”.

 elegant beauty window sign

Elegant’s website suggests that the beauty business will mainly focus on “the latest trends in fashion through your nail designs”, although other treatments are mentioned including waxing, threading, “individual eyelashes” and “sunbeds”.

Some of these treatments will be introduced over time.

We understand the large unit will be divided, with a computer and phone repair and sales shop – IFixComputerTech –  next door.

According to the respective store owners Lee and Nikita, both businesses are new and both hope to open early March.

The Advanced shop has been closed since the start of the year, with a sign appearing in the window before Christmas saying the business was moving to Fair Oak, where it has another branch.

advanced windows sign gone

It opened on the Triangle in 2013.

Updated 30/1/18 with further information about the unit being divided, and more detail about both businesses

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