Gra­nary Spa keeps go­ing from strength to strength

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Kent Business Update -

Two years after open­ing its doors, the Gra­nary Spa is thriv­ing and grow­ing.

Owner Clare Sin­gle­ton had spent eight years work­ing at The Stour Leisure Cen­tre in Ash­ford be­fore tak­ing a huge risk of re­brand­ing and re­lo­cat­ing her business to Great Chart.


Clare said: “We started with just my­self, our spa man­ager Sharleen Lind and a part-timer. We have now grown to a team of 11 and are open seven days a week.

“We have grown our treat­ment menu dur­ing this time, but still stick to our holis­tic ap­proach.

“We have re­cently in­tro­duced a few new treat­ments and th­ese in­clude the herbal steam in­fu­sion body treat­ment, a hamam rit­ual (bub­ble mas­sage) and an or­ganic body scrub.”

The Gra­nary will be sup­port­ing Na­tional Spa Week, which runs from Novem­ber 3 to 7, with 20% off the cost of a lava shell body mas­sage and cus­tomers who bring a friend to the spa who hasn’t been be­fore can both get £10 off any 55-minute treat­ment. On Novem­ber 5, which is Na­tional Stress Aware­ness Day, the Gra­nary will be host­ing a visit by Irene Tutt who will be giv­ing ideas on stress bust­ing from 6pm to 8pm for a £5 do­na­tion, which will be given to the char­ity Macmil­lan.

The spa is also or­gan­is­ing a raf­fle in aid of the char­ity, with tick­ets priced £1 on sale un­til Novem­ber 7, with two pam­per morn­ings worth £130 on of­fer as prizes.

KE ad­ver­tis­ing ex­ec­u­tive Sharon Harding, who sam­pled the Gra­nary’s new herbal steam in­fu­sion body treat­ment, de­scribed it as “amaz­ing”.

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