A cut and blow dry...with a gin and tonic please!

Mitchell Tyler Hairdressing lost power on Saturday and carried on with help from Siddal Place pub and Tickle Ya Tastebuds sandwich shop.'Client Gez Whitehouse (front) with, from the left, Tom Mallinson, Heidi Hemblys, Tammy Bull, Nick James from Tickle Ya Tastebuds and landlady Angie Carr, in Siddal Place pub.
Mitchell Tyler Hairdressing lost power on Saturday and carried on with help from Siddal Place pub and Tickle Ya Tastebuds sandwich shop.'Client Gez Whitehouse (front) with, from the left, Tom Mallinson, Heidi Hemblys, Tammy Bull, Nick James from Tickle Ya Tastebuds and landlady Angie Carr, in Siddal Place pub.
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IT was a case of a cut, blow-dry and a G&T when a Halifax hair salon lost its power.

Not wanting to let their customers down, staff at Mitchell Tyler Hairdressing ended up taking their clients over to the Siddal Place pub over the road on Saturday.

Landlady Angie Carr let them use the pub for drying and styling, while Nick James from Tickle Ya Tastebuds cafe allowed them to make tea and coffee for customers and get hot water.

Heidi Hemblys, who runs the salon, said: “We didn’t want to let our customers down. A lot had plans to go out that evening.”

She said she wanted to thank everyone for helping and the customers for being so patient.