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spa Elemis signs new UK spa deals

Elemis, one of the UK’s lead- ing spa and skincare brands, has continued its expansion after confirming the addi- tion of five new UK spas to its portfolio this winter. Among the venues to part-

ner with Elemis is Te Garden Spa at Te Bath Priory Hotel, which features four treatment rooms - including one double room - and an indoor pool. Another signing includes

Fullerton Place Spa at Shor t f lat t Tower near Newcastle-upon-Tyne, which has four treatment rooms, hammam, steamroom and an outdoor hot tub and now offers a range of Elemis therapies. Two venues in West Yorkshire have also

partnered with Elemis - Wood Hall Hotel and Spa in Wetherby, which has two treatment rooms, and Te Potting Shed Spa in Batley. Meanwhile, Elemis has also joined forces with

Te Bath Priory Hotel’s Garden Spa is among one of the five new deals

Te Rush Salon Group’s flagship salon in the centre of London – Te House of Rush – which spans two floors. An Elemis spokesperson said: “Tese spas

are new to the portfolio and offer their guests a unique and wonderful experience, allowing them to leave their cares at the door.”

New services provider for beauty sector

The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) has announced that Habia is to deliver key train- ing and business development services across the UK’s hair and beauty sector. UKCES has appointed the

group as its preferred provider of “universal services”, includ- ing National Occupational Standards; apprenticeship frameworks; and qualifica- tion-related activities. Habia secured the UKCES

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Habia is set to deliver services such as National Occupational Standards

deal, which covers a mini- mum three-year period commencing 1 April, following a comprehensive commissioning process that took place last year. Alan Goldsbro, chief executive officer of

Habia, said: “Tis is great news for the hair and beauty sector as it shows that the development

of qualifications and standards for our indus- tries is of national importance. Habia’s bid for the universal services con-

tract was part of a collaborative partnership with four other sector bodies, including SkillsActive and People 1st.

Wyndham Grand London reopens Blue Harbour Spa

Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour has announced the reopening of its Blue Harbour Spa, following a two-year refurbishment. Facilities such as the six treatment rooms -

including one for disabled guests – are among the new additions to the spa, while the 17m


indoor swimming pool and sauna area have benefited from improvements. Following the refurbishment, the spa has

seen the introduction of Ireland-based brand Voya alongside products from Susan Molyneux and Aromatherapy Associates.

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