HAIRDRESSERS will be showing their appreciation to NHS workers by giving them free haircuts once the coronavirus crisis is over.

B.O.B Salons in Bracknell Leisure Centre, Bagshot Road want to give back to the frontline staff who are risking their lives by offering their existing clients free haircuts.

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The team will also be giving away 20 £20 vouchers to anyone else who is working in the NHS so when the salon reopens, they will be able to get pampered.

Carey Faulkner, manager at B.O.B Salons, said: "What amazing, brave and selfless acts NHS workers are doing right now helping to save lives and care for seriously ill patients with COVID-19 in a very tough and scary environment.

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"This pandemic is showing the true colours of who is important right now and they deserves all the praise and eventually a pay increase and recognition.

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"We can do our small bit as a salon and give a free haircut to any existing customers who works for the NHS and will be giving away 20 x £20 vouchers to any NHS worker who wants one when we reopen. Stay Safe, stay positive and see you all on the other side soon."