Monday, 23 October 2017

Tattooist closes

A TATTOO parlour in Henley has shut.

A TATTOO parlour in Henley has shut.

No Limits in Station Road ceased trading last Friday.

The business opened at the former Henley Dry Cleaners in February last year despite town councillors objecting to the planning application, saying a tattoo parlour was “out of character” for Henley.

Tattoo artist Tannika Nicholls, 21, from Whitley, near Reading, ran the business after working at her father Steve’s tattoo studio in Reading for four years.

When the business opened, she said: “It’s something new and, in all honesty, I think it will thrive in Henley. We have so much custom from Henley at our existing studio.”

In the three weeks leading up to the closure, the premises were shut for most of the day. Staff declined to comment.

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