Anyone For Pimms?

It’s Friday!!

We are approaching the end of another week of July and summer!🌞

The best way to celebrate the summer is enjoying a lovely glass of Pimms whilst treating yourself to a service at Plum!

Join us on Friday evenings when you can enjoy our cocktail of the month which this month is “Pimms” which is served with fresh fruit and a perfect compliment to have whilst you’re treating yourself with one of our stylists or beauticians at Plum!

So come on in on a Friday evening and enjoy a lovey refreshing glass of Pimms!(:

Limited Hair availabilities for next week so book in quick to snap up those appointments!(:

Limited beauty also available and keep your eyes peeled for any offers coming up!!(:

To book in call us on 01364 644000 or message us(:




Covid19 - what we are doing

15 minutes will be added to each appointment to allow our staff to clean the area they are working in

We will be working in shifts to allow us to socially distance work.

We will provide you with a bottle of water upon arrival, be it still or sparkling

We will provide you with a bag containing a gown and eco-disposable towel for your use only (feel free to take your towel with you one finished)

At busy times we can’t always answer the phone, rest assured your call has been noted and we will get back to you as soon as possible

Upon entry we will temperature test you to ensure it is safe for you to enter

Hand sanitiser is available upon entry

Masks will be provided for you once you are in the salon however please feel free to bring your own

Magazines and hot drinks cannot be provided to our customers during this time due to government guidelines

There will be a temporary Covid surcharge of £5 added to your haircut to help us with the cleaning and wiping down of each area once your haircut has been finished

We will have an air purifier in the salon switched on when possible, if this is not we will ensure the front and back door will be open to allow air to flow through the salon

Fringe trims are not currently possible under government guidelines