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Bowers & Wilkins in Worthing to close after 75 years

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Bowers & Wilkins
Bowers & Wilkins

One of Worthing’s oldest businesses will soon be closing its doors forever.

Sadly, Bowers & Wilkins Ltd, the television and Hi-Fi shop at the Thomas a Becket will close at the end of July.

Roy Wilkins & John Bowers
Roy Wilkins & John Bowers

John Bowers & Roy Wilkins served together in the army in the second world war and met when they were posted in Germany.

They discovered a common interest in radio and decided that when the war was over they would set up a shop for amateur radio enthusiasts.

The business expanded into television rentals during the fifties when most people could not afford to buy a TV.

The sixties and seventies saw the boom in Hi-Fi , and Bowers & Wilkins was at the forefront of all the technological developments that were to come.

They have become renowned for their great old-fashioned service and this will surely be missed by hundreds of their loyal customers.

Not many of our businesses survive for seventy-five years, but Paul Wilkins has decided the time is now right to retire.

Watch out for some great bargains in the final few weeks.

Becket Buildings
Littlehampton Road
Worthing, West Sussex
BN13 1QA

01903 264 141

www.bowerswilkinsworthingshop.co.uk