Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Philip Nicholas

Stanningley-based barber aims to snip away with top award

A West Leeds barber who built up his business after being made redundant from the Armed Forces is hoping to be a cut above...

Stanningley barber offers free haircuts to Armed Forces

A Stanningley barber is offering free haircuts to members of the country's Armed Forces. Phil Townend from Philip Nicholas Barbers at Stanningley Bottom served 20...

Stanningley Bottom: Improvement work to start next week

Long-delayed work to improve road safety at Stanningley Bottom is set to start next week. The work will hope to address road safety concerns over...

Stanningley Bottom: One year on and STILL no road safety improvements …

A businessman has criticised Leeds City Council for failing to carry out vital road safety works at Stanningley Bottom - despite a petition with...

How do you solve a problem like Stanningley Bottom?

The sound of honking horns, squeaking breaks and the fast ebb and flow of traffic are a given for those working in and commuting...

Stanningley Bottom petition: Organiser aims for 5,000 names

The organiser of a petition to make Stanningley Bottom safer for motorists is hoping to gather 5,000 names by the end of the month. More...

Almost 2,000 sign Stanningley Bottom road petition

More than 1,900 people have so far signed a petition to get a road featuring two new 'mini-roundabouts' at Stanningley Bottom made safer. As revealed...

Hundreds sign Stanningley Bottom roundabout petition

More than 400 people have so far signed a petition to get a road featuring two new roundabouts at Stanningley Bottom made safer. The two...

Stanningley: Phil Townend up for Best Wet Shaving Barber award

A West Leeds businessman in the running to be named king of the wet shaves. Stanningley barber Phil Townend, of Philip Nicholas, Bradford Road, beat...