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New nail bar Pixie Nails adds polish to long-vacant former insurance broker offices in Bishop's Stortford town centre




The mayor of Bishop's Stortford welcomed a new business to town when she officially opened Pixie Nails.

Cllr Norma Symonds said: "It's great to see another independent trader on the high street."

The new outlet is in the former offices of insurance broker Swinton in Bridge Street, between the Isabel Hospice charity shop and the Black Lion pub.

Pixie Nails, Bridge Street, Bishop's Stortford. Cllr Norma Symonds (Mayor BS) and consort Fiona Symonds officially open Pixie Nails along with owners Anhtuan Pham and Van Hoang along with staff and customers. .Pic Vikki Lince. (39303353)
Pixie Nails, Bridge Street, Bishop's Stortford. Cllr Norma Symonds (Mayor BS) and consort Fiona Symonds officially open Pixie Nails along with owners Anhtuan Pham and Van Hoang along with staff and customers. .Pic Vikki Lince. (39303353)

It is owned by London couple Anthony Pham and his wife Vicky. Between them, they have more than 30 years' experience in the beauty industry, but this is their first joint venture.

They said: "We've been warmly welcomed by the community. Since opening, we've had a steady stream of lovely customers. Our new nail bar is designed to give our customers a top-to-toe pampering experience. We offer all nail and pedicure treatments."

Pixie Nails is offering a 30% discount for all until August 13, with a 10% discount for NHS staff after that.

Pixie Nails, Bridge Street, Bishop's Stortford. Cllr Norma Symonds (Mayor BS) and consort Fiona Symonds officially open Pixie Nails along with owners Anhtuan Pham and Van Hoang along with staff and customers. .Pic Vikki Lince. (39303350)
Pixie Nails, Bridge Street, Bishop's Stortford. Cllr Norma Symonds (Mayor BS) and consort Fiona Symonds officially open Pixie Nails along with owners Anhtuan Pham and Van Hoang along with staff and customers. .Pic Vikki Lince. (39303350)

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