barber51, Harrogate
barber51, Harrogate

barber51 opens in Harrogate bringing something for the English gentleman

in Business/Harrogate

A new barber shop has opened on the South-side of , bringing a bit of style and chic to barbering in that area.

Dion Jones opened barber51 on Hookstone Road on the 19 December 2018.

Dion said:
I had previously worked in a City Centre barbers, we saw an opportunity to bring some of the high-end city experience, combined with a bit of Harrogate posh-ness, to the south side of Harrogate.

We offer Italian espresso coffee or a glass of wine, in a relaxed and unique environment.

The barbers which is next to Oatlands Infant and opposite Snooty Frox is perfectly located to serve the local community and workers on .

We have only just opened and already been overwhelmed with the support and encouragement from the locals but we are obviously keen to grow and cement ourself as a reputable business moving forward.

Dion Jones, barber51
Dion Jones, barber51

Dion has sympathetically developed a house to develop something different for the area. A distinctive feature is use of taxidermy with a distinct English gentleman style.

Dion said:

Some areas of the town have a lot of barbers, but this area is less well-served and that created an opportunity.

I have created somewhere that is a nice place to be and I want people to enjoy their visit – we also believe that a good cut can’t be rushed.

For now it is just myself, but as things develop there will be 2 barbers here.


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barber51, Harrogate
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