Enigma Beauty Spa overcomes thieves and vandalism to celebrate first anniversary in Rugby

Mona Clay, Emily Jeffrey, Kelly Edwards & Ellie Goodwin at Enigma in Bilton
Mona Clay, Emily Jeffrey, Kelly Edwards & Ellie Goodwin at Enigma in Bilton

A beauty spa has overcome a break-in, flooding and vandalism to celebrate its first anniversary.

Enigma Beauty Spa, in Main Street Bilton, will be marking the occasion with a special open evening on December 8.

Thieves broke into the spa in July and stole expensive equipment and stock. They then flooded the premises, causing a significant amount of damage.

Owner Kerry Wagg said it had been a year of ups and downs but despite the drama, the team had remained strong and committed to providing a great service.

“The girls have continued to work hard and we have had amazing support from our clients, family and friends,” she said.

“The break-in stopped us from working that morning but we were up and running by lunch time thanks to people supporting and helping us.

“The clientele we have were fabulous and we would like to thank them for the support at the time of the break-in and throughout the year.

“We have had an amazing year and to celebrate we are holding an open night on Tuesday, December 8 with special Christmas offers, a glass of bubbly and gifts.”

The team has helped raised money for charity throughout the year and took on the Rugby and Northampton Ready Steady Fun Run with family and friends. Enigma employees also handed out goodie bags at the event.

Kerry said overall it had been a good year for the team and they were keen to thank their customers.

“We would like to thank everyone for their support and welcome all existing and new clients,” Kerry said.

“Happy Christmas and we look forward to seeing you all in the new year.”

Everyone is welcome to join the team’s celebrations on Tuesday, December 8 at Enigma Beauty Spa in Main Street, Bilton.

To find out more about Enigma Beauty Spa and the services it offers, visit its Facebook page at www.facebook.com/RugbyEnigma or call Kerry and the team on (01788) 819777.