City beautician teams up

A charity and a business that work together to make Wakefield more beautiful are teaming up.

A charity and a business that work together to make Wakefield more beautiful are teaming up.

Wakefield Civic Society welcomes its latest member, the Springfield Beauty Clinic, who are also neighbours in the Wakefield Media Center building on King Street, Wakefield.

The beauty salon, run by business woman Leanne Byrom, was inspired by the Civic Society’s exhibition displays at the Media Centre on how the campaigns to improve the quality and look of Wakefield.

The Springfield Beauty Clinic joins a glittering list of other local businesses who support the Civic Society including Wakefield Grammar School Foundation, the National Coal Mining Museam and local eCommerce agency statement.

Society chairman Kevin Trickett, commenting on the group’s newest corporate member said:

 

The Civic Society couldn’t do its work without the support of dedicated members and local partners who all realize we can all do something to make Wakefield more attractive and celebrate its great qualities.

– Kevin Trickett

Salon boss Leanne Byrom added:

 

The Civic Society are lovely people, and we can all do something to make Wakefield beautiful.

– Leanne Byrom

The Wakefield Civic Society is a charity established in 1964.

It works to stimulate public interest in and care for the beauty, history and characteristics of the city as well as encourage the aging preservation, development and improvement of features to make Wakefield a better place in which to live, work and relax.

More information about Wakefield Civic Society and its work can be found online at www.wakefieldcivicsociety.org.uk.

 

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