Fellowship celebrations

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Marking the culmination of a long ‘Covid’ focussed year with a return to its annual awards and luncheon, the Fellowship celebrations for 2021 were indeed a revival of ‘business as usual’! This early December date in the UK hairdressing calendar always is a chance for the current Fellowship for British Hairdressing leadership team to really share their story and this year was no exception. Special mention for the friendly style of Ken Picton as President, and Ashleigh Hodges as Chancellor, who conspire to create a convivial atmosphere that is informally-formal! A swish production gives just about the right amount of gravitas whilst confirming that everyone in the room is indeed among friends. The 2021 luncheon was also marking the 75th anniversary of the Fellowship and for a community of such age, we loved how they give so much to younger hairdressers. 

A good year indeed

Chairman Barry Stephens paid respect to those in the industry we had lost this year, while announcing a special Fellow of Distinction to Chris Williams at Rush Hair & Beauty, who died this year.  He also presented a cheque for £3,720 to the Hair & Beauty Charity for money raised through the special edition Fellowship 2021 Yearbook.

Scroll down for a full list of awards made, and check the smiles of the recipients – we’re looking good for 2022 its seems! Bravo to the Fellowship and thanks for an inspiring day. 

All the winners

Fellowship Hairdresser of the Year: Errol Douglas • Fellow with Honours: Jonathan Andrew, Andrew Barton, Junior Green • Gold Medal: Jo Martin • Member of the Year: Janene Bush • Individual Salon of the Year: Karoliina Saunders Hair Design • Salon Group of the Year: Blushes • PROJECT: Colour Achiever of the Year – Darrel Starkey • PROJECT: Men Achiever of the Year – Tammy Reynolds • PROJECT: X Achiever of the Year – Emma Simmons • Snapshot Image of the Year: Efi Davies, TONI&GUY • Men’s Image of the Year: Charlie Cullen, Charlie Cullen Education at Joe and Co • Colour Image of the Year: Hooker & Young • Afro Image of the Year: Emma Simmons, Salon 54 • International Image of the Year: Jacky Chan, Oscar Oscar Chadstone • Image of the Year: Casey Coleman • F.A.M.E. Team 2022: Darrel Starkey, Taylors Hair Studio, Lydia Wolfe, Jack & the Wolfe, Jessica Hau, Rush Wimbledon, Alex Cook, Wispers Hair Salon



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