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Ian's barbers - Cumbernauld Road

anon posted on the 18/02/2014 7:06:14 PM

Walked past the other day and there's a sign in the window of the tattoo parlour next door saying that its closed due to structural damage with the building.

Anyone aware of what's happened.  Ian has been there for the best part of 15-16 years so to see it closed all of a sudden was a bit of a shock.  Hope he's back open again soon


6 Replies :


#1 - The Mentalist replied on the 18/02/2014 9:39:57 PM

I remember when part of that building fell down years ago, subsidence I think.


#2 - Ian the Barber replied on the 24/02/2014 11:04:36 PM

Thank you for your kind message above. Work is currently being carried out on the building but shop will be closed for approx. 3 months. I have started a mobile service in the meantime and would welcome all existing, and new of course, clients to give me a call on 07845172771.

Thank you for your support. As Big Arnie says "I'll be back!"


#3 - Ian the Barber replied on the 10/03/2014 7:29:51 PM

Just to let you folks know that I am temporary located in the Parade Barbers until the shop reopens on Cumbernauld Road. Looking forward to seeing you!


#4 - JM1 replied on the 11/03/2014 8:35:39 AM

were is the parade barbers as my Dad uses Cumbernauld Road and i will let him know


#5 - anon replied on the 11/03/2014 10:47:46 AM

On Alexandra Parade in the same block as Celino's


#6 - Ian the barber replied on the 27/06/2020 6:39:42 PM

Just wanted to let loyal customers know that I am planning to reopen on Wednesday 15 July in line with government guidance. I will keep you posted if anything changes.


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