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Fellowship of british hairdressing

The Fellowship for British Hairdressing celebrated the work of its outgoing President ERROL DOUGLAS and welcomed in new President BRUNO MARC GIAMATTEI at its 2015 President’s Night, held at central London venue 8 Northumberland Avenue.

Errol treated guests to a retrospective of his work with a catwalk show called Beauty Through The Decades, before his two years as president. He said of his replacement: "Under Bruno’s leadership we can only soar higher". The night saw several people honoured for their contribution to the Followship, including chancellor Karine Jacksonm awarded the Fellowship’s first Badge of Honour, while Bruno was recognised for his commitment to the FAME Team. Chairman Hellen Ward was awarded the Fellowship’s first ribbon of office for her "sheer commitment" to the Fellowship.

Sharing the evening with the Fellowship was hairdressing charity HABB, with president David Drew presenting awards to deserving industry fundraising including Haley Martin, who was presented with the HABB President’s Award for her work with cancer patients, and Chloe Mouser, who was presented with the HABB Humanitarian Award. David also used the occasion to remind everyone of the forthcoming National Hairdressers Day June 26. Speaking at the end of the evening, incoming president Bruno said: "I will give one hundred percent commitment to my new role. It is my wish that every hairdresser should experience the Fellowship and what it has to offer".

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  One Response to “Fellowship for British Hairdressing:
Welcome New President !”

  1. ~ Oct 12, 2012 Don’t quite know why such a fuss has been kicked up over this.Granted I like his atiutdte and a decent English squad player will satisfy many critics. However the overriding factor has to be that the 12 months remaining on his contract. My logic is first team assurances have to be the issue. Wages tend to have some form of relation to the amount of appearances he’s likely to make for the club. Despite Arsenal’s tendency to offer better contracts to squadplayers, perhaps he wanted better wages than what we were prepared to let him earn in his role for the club. Which means he can go. Because until yesterday, that’s the very same reason people can’t stand half the arsenal team, or chief mischief maker Nasri. If wages are roughly similar (based on the assumption that a more important member of a less successful team earns near the same as Arse’s squaddies) then Henri obviously feels the benefits of playing more offsets staying at Arsenal. People are up in arms over selling an English player in his final year while raging furious Wenger has decided that keeping Nasri for that same period will improve the squad. Can’t we decide what we want for once? Or do rules apply differently to UK born players? (ignoring the transfer valuation wishful thinking that Norwich was funded by oil billions and they’re willing to offset gazillion pounds for Lansbury). 0 0

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