AN AWARD-winning hairdresser has lent her support to a shop local campaign.

Rebecca Morgan-Brennan opened Morgan’s Hair and Beauty in Prestatyn in 2013 and then incorporated Morgan’s Wigs in January 2014, offering support to those with medical conditions that have led to hair loss.

She is supporting Denbighshire County Council’s #LoveLiveLocal winter shopping campaign to encourage people to support businesses in the county and shop locally in the run up to Christmas and beyond.

Mrs Morgan-Brennan, 51, a hairdresser for 17 years, said: “It is more important than ever to support local businesses with everything that has happened this year.

“Spending money locally protects jobs and helps the local economy. We have people who come to us from across North Wales, then they then spend money in Prestatyn, we direct them to places to shop in Prestatyn.

“We are a large salon, and we are very Covid-19 safe and wear all the required PPE."

Mrs Morgan-Brennan, who employs 11 people, also runs Morgan’s Wigs which provides wigs and wig fitting for people across North Wales who have lost hair through a medical condition or treatment.

She works with a number of charities, including Look Good Feel Better, Macmillan Cancer Support and Little Princess Trust and is the supplier of wigs for NHS patients across North Wales.

Mrs Morgan-Brennan added: “There is more on offer locally than people expect, I have seen Prestatyn grow and I have seen new businesses opening after the lockdown and there will be more businesses opening. If locals don’t support businesses they will lose them, people have to put time and money in to keep their local high streets. People need to support their high street.

“Local businesses provide a community and support each other. I recommend other local businesses to my customers and I use local businesses for everything I can. I believe businesses should help other businesses out as well, especially now."

For further information about the campaign, follow Denbighshire County Council’s Facebook and Twitter accounts, and search for #LoveLiveLocal on Twitter.