Popular Evesham store opens doors at new spot

Evesham Journal: Owner Kim Dunn and Evesham Mayor councillor Charlie Homer officially open Bonk in Port Street. Owner Kim Dunn and Evesham Mayor councillor Charlie Homer officially open Bonk in Port Street.

A POPULAR Evesham shop has officially opened its doors in a brand new location in Port Street.

Bonk, a scooter and skate store, moved from the High Street in Evesham after a particularly hard trading period but has reopened in Port Street with a new tuck shop.

Kim Dunn, owner of Bonk, was delighted to welcome Evesham's new mayor, councillor Charlie Homer, to open the shop.

And the event has even appeared on You Tube featuring Luke Rogers scooting skills.

As well as scooter and skate, there is still something for everyone at Bonk, like 'Old Guys Rule', Oakley and dirty dog sunglasses.

Miss Dunn 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."

Miss Dunn and her sponsored team of riders are also running scooter lessons, and have just started an after school scooter club at Abbey Park Middle School in Pershore.

For more info visit the shop, or email bonkclothing@hotmail.co.uk.

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