A businessman is "excited" to have opened a traditional Turkish barber shop in a Norfolk town.

Yuliyan End Aneliq Yrukovi had run the kebab shop in Loddon for four years and says after developing a relationship with people in the town the "time was right" to open the barbers.

He has called the shop Golden Clippers.

He said: "Through working in the town I got to know many people here, through speaking with people I learned that most people leave for their haircuts.

"People would either go to Beccles or Norwich, so I thought the time was right and a good opportunity that if I opened a barber shop here it could work.

"I am really happy and excited to be open now and really want it to be a success."

Beccles & Bungay Journal: Shop owner, Yuliyan End Aneliq Yrukovi (centre) and his two barberShop owner, Yuliyan End Aneliq Yrukovi (centre) and his two barber (Image: Submitted)

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The 38-year-old shop owner, who has lived in Loddon for ten years, also runs the Loddon Kebab, and Hingham Fish Bar and Kebab House.

He says for now he has two barbers working for him and depending on how things go, might be eager to expand.

The shop is walk-in only and situated at 25 Bridge Street, Loddon, NR14 6NA.

Beccles & Bungay Journal: Golden Clippers shop exterior on Bridge StreetGolden Clippers shop exterior on Bridge Street (Image: Submitted)