Salon set to spoil TCCL Lodge families

Spoiled hairdressing in St Andrews is supporting the Fife Herald and St Andrews Citizen-backed TCCL Lodge campaign.
Spoiled hairdressing in St Andrews is supporting the Fife Herald and St Andrews Citizen-backed TCCL Lodge campaign.
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Staff at Spoiled Hairdressing in St Andrews may be rushed off their feet with their new salon opening but they’ve still taken the time to show support for the TCCL Lodge campaign.

Owner Glenn Malloy said he was delighted to offer families going through the cancer journey some special pampering at the Albany Place salon.

He said: “The team of volunteers at TCCL Lodge has done an amazing job raising money to buy the house in St Andrews. It will be a great asset to local families and we had no hesitation in offering our support to this great cause.

“We will be delighted to offer a cut and finish and a luxury in-salon Kerastase treatment plus a head, shoulder and hand massage to parents visiting the house – and for children too if they would like it.

“The team at the Spoiled salon in Cupar has held a number of fundraising events in the past and we’re always happy to give something back to the community.”

The TCCL Lodge campaign, which is being run by a voluntary committee, has already raised over £350,000 but still needs to raise around another £150,000 to turn the property into a luxury holiday home so that it can be a place where special memories can be created and valuable family time enjoyed.

If you’d like to find out more or make a donation visit the website http://www.tccl-lodge.org.uk/