A KIND-HEARTED cutting crew has landed a prestigious award after raising thousands of pounds for a charity.
Owner Gill Maiden and the team of stylists at her salon in Blythe Bridge have been holding fund-raising events in aid of the Douglas Macmillan Hospice for more than a decade.
Now the Uttoxeter Road firm has been named top-performing small business of the year at the Dougie Mac Business Awards.
Gill said: “It’s fantastic to win such a prestigious accolade and we’ve been feeling a little overwhelmed.
“The hospice survives on donations and, while the Dougie Mac is a popular charity, we like to do our bit too.
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