Monday to Saturday - 9AM to 5PM

Tel: 01263 821820

Email: scissorhandsbarbershop@gmail.com

Monday to Saturday - 9AM to 5PM

Our Service

Flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, complimentary beverages and men only. Scissor-Hands retains the image of a traditional barbers but has a modern edge which both new and old customers will appreciate. 

Thursday evening private appointments are also available with Chris between 6pm-9pm.

Private Appointments

6PM- 9PM
With Chris
Sky Sports & beers whilst you have a trim

Private Appointments

6PM- 9PM
With Chris
Sky Sports & beers
whilst you have a trim

Meet the team

Chris Marshall - Scissor Hands

Chris

Chris started Scissor-Hands in June 1995, having qualified as a barber in 1991. He was raised and educated in Sheringham, and is married to Lorraine and they have two boys.

Chris Marshall - Scissor Hands

Lorraine

Lorraine joined the team in 2013, she was educated in North Walsham, and has a first class honours degree in childhood studies. Lorraine and Chris have two boys.

Chris Marshall - Scissor Hands

Rebecca

Rebecca joined Scissor-Hands in January 2017 and works two days a week, Rebecca lives in Fakenham and has twelve years barbering experience having previously had her own shop in Wells Next The Sea

Chris Marshall - Scissor Hands

Stuart

Stuart is Chris and Lorraine's nephew and joined the team in 2010, he grew up in Antingham and still lives nearby.

Chris Marshall - Scissor Hands

Victoria

Victoria is Chris & Lorraine's niece and Stuarts sister. Victoria is the newest member of our team having started her apprenticeship in September 2017. Victoria is getting first class reviews at college and is on target to qualify in October 2018

Friday Evenings

6PM- 9PM
(By appointment only)
Sky Sports & beers whilst you have a trim

About Scissor-Hands

Chris Marshall, owner of Scissor-Hands Gentlemen’s Barbers, really knows what his customers want and he has gone to great lengths to provide it for them in his shop on New Road in Sheringham. Being a local family man, raised with his four siblings and educated in Sheringham, his roots were and always have been very firmly planted within the town. 

After qualifying as a barber he worked in neighbouring Cromer and then into Norwich. From here it seemed a natural progression for Chris to return to his home town to set up shop at New Road in 1995. Chris said: “I have always loved Sheringham. It is a very special community and I have no desire to be anywhere else”.

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