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Sudbury salon goes bold for charity




Creative Couture Salon, North Street, Sudbury'Staff at Creative Couture Salon in Sudbury are holding fundraisers in store all week to raise money for Alzheimer's Research UK.'Tyler Embbery, Amy Palmer, Ann Marie Sell owner and her daughter Sofia, Ashleigh Ellis and Heidi Gordon. NP Lorretta Kennard and Imogen Wyatt'Picture Mark Westley
Creative Couture Salon, North Street, Sudbury'Staff at Creative Couture Salon in Sudbury are holding fundraisers in store all week to raise money for Alzheimer's Research UK.'Tyler Embbery, Amy Palmer, Ann Marie Sell owner and her daughter Sofia, Ashleigh Ellis and Heidi Gordon. NP Lorretta Kennard and Imogen Wyatt'Picture Mark Westley

A Sudbury salon went bold last week to raise money for Alzheimer’s Research UK.

Staff and customers at Creative Couture in North Street had their eyebrows decorated, in exchange for donations towards their £300 goal for charity.

Salon owner Ann Marie Sell said: “The support has been good. Alzheimer’s is not spoken about that much but it’s affected a lot of people I know – clients, friends and family. It’s a very upsetting illness, so anything we can do to help will be good.”

Anyone who would like to donate can go online to www.gofundme.com/boldbrows.



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