Mayor scoots in to open store - The Evesham Observer

Mayor scoots in to open store

Evesham Editorial 6th Jun, 2014 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016   0

A POPULAR Vale town centre shop welcomed Evesham Mayor Coun Charlie Homer to its new home.

Bonk has moved to a new site at 72 Port Street and in response to customers now specialises in more skate and scooter products.

As well as the two and four wheeled gear there is still something for everyone at Bonk like ‘Old Guys Rule’, Oakley and Dirty Dog sunglasses.

Owner Kim Dunn said her new home boasted one of the best range of products and said: “It’s been hard work moving and setting up the new shop but it’s so exciting.

“We even managed to squeeze in a scooter display for the Pershore Carnival!”

And as well as a new home, Kim and her team of riders have even started running scooter lessons and an after school scooter

club at Abbey Park Middle School.

Visit the shope or e-mail Kim at [email protected] for more information.

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