Colburn beauty training academy celebrates anniversary with charity day

Christine Taylor, left, and Tracey Fisher.

A training academy on Colburn Business Park is marking its third anniversary by raising money for charity.

Epibrow, owned by brow artist Louise Bannigan, runs a range of courses for beauty therapists.

To celebrate the training academy’s third birthday, Louise and her team will be holding a charity coffee morning at their Bailey Court offices on May 30 between 10am and 12pm.

They will be raising funds for Just the Job, a Richmond charity and social enterprise that empowers adults with disabilities.

Manager of the Catterick site, Christine Taylor, said: “We are thrilled to already be celebrating our third birthday and look forward to welcoming our clients and visitors to our special fundraising coffee morning on the 30th.

“It’s important to support local charities and the work Just the Job does in the community is fantastic, we hope to raise lots of money.”

Hundreds of therapists from across the country visit the academy each year.

Louise said: “I can’t believe we’ve already been here three years and I’m thrilled that the business is going from strength to strength.

“Catterick Garrison is perfectly located for our main training centre as it’s easy for people to access with the excellent road and rail links, with the added bonus of being in a beautiful part of the country.”

For more information about Epibrow visit www.epibrown.com