Welcome to

BUSBY AND GOODFELLOWS

The Little Barber Shop

When these two first met, it would be fanciful to talk of fate or destiny in the manner of, say, Lennon & McCartney’s first meeting or the colliding of stars that ended up as Morecambe & Wise. A Yin finding its Yang? Hardly. When two barbers meet it will never be an inter-galactic encounter, but when two blokes meet – two blokes who happen to be men of hair – it can be said that chords were struck and the humour was unanimous.  Busby is likely to tell you that Harry stalked him. Goodfellow claims he was head-hunted by Luke, and the general piss-take between them tells the story.

 

The Little Barber Shop had long established the core values that formed the common ground of their inevitable partnership; a professional cut and service; a good experience where the customer is a welcome visitor, and a lively banter, or not.  Customer first; a perfect cut takes time. The only problem in moving to their spacious prime site was in keeping the atmosphere so key to The Little Barber Shop’s success; personality with the odd quirk. And a game of shut-the-box if you have the time.  And not forgetting… Something for the weekend, Sir? We are a Gentlemen’s barbers after all.

 

A quick visit to The Luke Busby Museum of Curiosities Ancient and Modern, (who collects barbers chairs? Where else do you find a 50’s Cash Register?) Add a dartboard, and the transition is almost seamless. The chair space remains personal, the experience as leisurely, the coffee is improving, and Busby & Goodfellow await their next customer.  Conversation between the two of them can range from the banal to the bizarre, both are school-boy competitive and in between, fully satisfied customers get a first-class cut and a less qualified counsel.  And the tunes of the day, though you’ll have to decide which day. 

 

Busby and Goodfellow at your service. Just don’t ask them who’s best.

Welcome to

BUSBY AND GOODFELLOWS

The Little Barber Shop

When these two first met, it would be fanciful to talk of fate or destiny in the manner of, say, Lennon & McCartney’s first meeting or the colliding of stars that ended up as Morecambe & Wise. A Yin finding its Yang? Hardly. When two barbers meet it will never be an inter-galactic encounter, but when two blokes meet – two blokes who happen to be men of hair – it can be said that chords were struck and the humour was unanimous.  Busby is likely to tell you that Harry stalked him. Goodfellow claims he was head-hunted by Luke, and the general piss-take between them tells the story.

 

The Little Barber Shop had long established the core values that formed the common ground of their inevitable partnership; a professional cut and service; a good experience where the customer is a welcome visitor, and a lively banter, or not.  Customer first; a perfect cut takes time. The only problem in moving to their spacious prime site was in keeping the atmosphere so key to The Little Barber Shop’s success; personality with the odd quirk. And a game of shut-the-box if you have the time.  And not forgetting… Something for the weekend, Sir? We are a Gentlemen’s barbers after all.

 

A quick visit to The Luke Busby Museum of Curiosities Ancient and Modern, (who collects barbers chairs? Where else do you find a 50’s Cash Register?) Add a dartboard, and the transition is almost seamless. The chair space remains personal, the experience as leisurely, the coffee is improving, and Busby & Goodfellow await their next customer.  Conversation between the two of them can range from the banal to the bizarre, both are school-boy competitive and in between, fully satisfied customers get a first-class cut and a less qualified counsel.  And the tunes of the day, though you’ll have to decide which day. 

 

Busby and Goodfellow at your service. Just don’t ask them who’s best.

 

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Prices

Gents Cut – £17

Children under 12  and OAP – £13.50

Lads and dads – £27

Head shave- £10

Beard trim- £8

Hot towel shave – £17

Opening Times

 SundayClosed
 MondayClosed
 Tuesday09:00-18:00
 Wednesday09:00-18:00
 Thursday09:00-19:00
 Friday09:00-19:00
 Saturday09:00-17:00

Prices

Gents Cut – £17

Children under 12  and OAP – £13.50

Lads and dads – £27

Head shave- £10

Beard trim- £8

Hot towel shave – £17

Opening Times

 SundayClosed
 MondayClosed
 Tuesday09:00-18:00
 Wednesday09:00-18:00
 Thursday09:00-19:00
 Friday09:00-19:00
 Saturday09:00-17:00

Contact Us

26 Henley St

Stratford-upon-Avon

CV37 6QW

01789 296013

contact@busbyandgoodfellows.co.uk

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