Havering College
Hair Raising FiguresHavering girls seem reluctant to choose hairdressing as a career. For Hornchurch College of Further Education has received only 20 enquires for its full time Hairdressing Course leaving Eight Vacancies.

College principles Mr. A. V. Ebdon said at the Courses Reception and prize giving last week that he was disappointed with the figures, because about 1,000 girls are leaving Havering Schools this month.

Mr. Ebdon said some day release students found it difficult to cope with the theory studies involved in the course.

He said Hairdressers should recruit people who are able to cope with the theoretical subjects.


1st year day release (Ladies Hairdressing): D. Watson D. Austin, L. Johnson, and S. Boddy.

2nd year day release (Ladies Hairdressing): R. Coplestion, C. Monk.

3rd year day release (Ladies Hairdressing): National hairdressing federation (Redbridge and District Branch) Prize J. Everingham.

Evening Classes- Ladies hairdressing: S. Attoe.

Gentlemen’s Hairdressing: National Hairdressers Federation (Redbridge and District Branch) Prize for practical work: J. Sambrook.

1st year full time (Ladies Hairdressing): Y. Chambers, S. Juniper. National Hairdressers Federation (Redbridge and District branch) Prize of Practical Work: J. Watling.

2nd year full time (Ladies Hairdressing): M. Morton, L. Dolby.

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