students show they're a cut above the rest!
and Highbridge's Mayor and Mayoress were among the VIP judges
at a hairdressing competition held on Tuesday afternoon (July
and Maria Clarke visited the L&F Academy in Church Street
to offer their support and encouragement to the business, which
is a leading hairdressing training provider.
Mayor and Mayoress looked around the academy's facilities and
met several students who are currently working in an apprenticeship
position to achieve level 2 hairdressing qualifications.
The first year group of eight students, who are being taught by
Tamsin Roylance, one of the academys dedicated and experienced
educators, were taking part in an end-of-term competition.
The Mayor and Mayoress were joined by Highbridge County Councillor
John Woodman, Strode College's Angie Cinicola and Crescent Hair
Salon's Deborah Heals to judge the style competition.
First place was awarded to Elizabeth Crowsley for her outstanding
hair presentation inspired by the French Riviera, while second
and third went to Jill Woolley and Jade Marsh for their fairytale
and high-fashion themed creations.
L&F is currently recruiting school leavers who are looking
to acquire an apprenticeship within the industry. For more information
regarding training and applications, or to be a model at the academy,
contact Fran Deeley on 765843.