Bromley and Bexley salon staff recognised at awards ceremony

PUBLISHED: 16:32 19 November 2015 | UPDATED: 16:32 19 November 2015

GWI celebrate the success of its young talent

GWI celebrate the success of its young talent


A number of awards were handed to Graham Webb International employees

A number of salon employees in Bromley and Bexley have received awards at a special ceremony.

Graham Webb International (GWI) celebrated the talent of its juniors, creative stylists and managers at an event at the Marriott Hotel in Bexleyheath.

Among the junior winners were Sam Bardsley-Ball of Orpington who won a Level 3 Visionary Award, Emily O’Dolan of Orpington who won the Colour Trophy and Sidcup’s Danielle Drazny won the academy student of the year award.

Bardsley-Ball also picked up the Overall Student of the Year gong.

The employees of the year in Sidcup, Orpington and Bexleyheath were Helen Keegan, Sarah Booton and Kelly Arbuckle respectively.

The manager of the year award went to Orpington’s Sarah Hanna, who also received recognition for 30 years of service.

Other long service awards were handed out to Chloe Howell and Carly Fletcher for 10 years and Rebecca Wardell for 20 years of service.

Managing director Roger Drennan said: “We had a fantastic time at last year’s awards so we’re even more excited this year to celebrate our young talent.

“We have some incredibly creative and talented juniors this year and I’m thrilled to be applauding their success.

“A huge thank you also to GWI’s wonderful salon managers who keep the brand so strong and successful.

“Without our managers and the GWI academy we wouldn’t be able to run such a competition.”

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