Scotland Loves Local Week: Lisa’s Barber Shop

💙 Scotland Loves Local Week – 28 August to 3 September 💙

Today: Lisa’s Barber Shop #forresloveslocal

Last but not least in or series is Lisa’s Barber Shop, at 162 High Street, which, this year, is celebrating 12 years in business.

Lisa works with her son Mark, who is currently manning the salon while she recovers from a damaged tendon. Lisa said: “We couldn’t have got this far if it wasn’t for the support, loyalty and the love of all of our customers that continue to support us during such difficult times.”

This popular barber’s shop is open 9:30am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 8:30am to 3pm on Saturday.

Appointments only. Book at https://lisasbarbershop.nearcut.com/?fbclid=IwAR04MPRKgR7Hqv0MfZTAzSdIeaWaU_2qBCWuF2qzdu_Wf3qEsaD-yFv3Gkk

#MorayLovesLocal #ScotlandLovesLocal

All week we are featuring town centre businesses to highlight Scotland Loves Local Week, which is championing the fabulous shops and business we have on our doorstep.

Local business owners: if you’d like to be featured in an upcoming #ForresLovesLocal feature, please get in touch.

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