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95th anniversary.
Staff 
and customers of one of up to the First World War, where he cut Newbury and Dartford. Jane took over
Eltham’s longest-running soldiers’ hair. the running of the shop in Well Hall in
businesses came together to celebrate 1972.
its 95th anniversary. “After the war, he then set up one of the
first ladies’ hairdressers in Eltham”, she She said: “I’ve had a great team of girls
Woodheads, in Well Hall Road, was said. and boys over the years and the current
established by the current owner's team have been with me for many
grandfather in 1915. Jane is the daughter of the original years. We’ve a wonderful clientele who
owner’s fourth child, Beryl. The helped us celebrate our anniversary.”
Jane Bennett said: “My grandfather other three children went on to buy
worked in the shop until he was called hairdressers’ shops in Northampton,
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