A village pub in Kent provides haircuts as well as beer.
Chartham Heath, Kent.
M/S of a tractor rolling up outside the village pub, 'The Chapter Arms' The farmhand is wearing a woolly hat. There are lots of locals in the pub. A man carries pints from the bar to the table. A barber is cutting a customer's hair. He has a drink from his pint of Guinness at the same time. The landlord, Norman Askey, is seen with his wife pulling pints behind the bar. The barber, Ted Tole, carries on cutting Ted Brockman's hair. He mixes a pint with some blue liquid and it turns green. Ted gives him a shandy rinse. One customer is appalled and pulls his woolly hat tight. The other customers are amused.
Note : see also CP 486 Cuts.