Sharps Bedrooms to replace Stacks mobile phone accessories shop at no. 4 West Street

Ricky Juneja, pictured in October 2011, frustrated by shoplifters targeting his shop in West Street. Horsham -photo by steve cobb

Ricky Juneja, pictured in October 2011, frustrated by shoplifters targeting his shop in West Street. Horsham -photo by steve cobb

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Home interiors retailer Sharps Bedrooms will open at 4 West Street on August 31.

The premises have been occupied for the past two years by shopkeeper Rinku Juneja who specialises in mobile phone repairs and accessories.

Rinku told the County Times that he remains committed to Horsham, despite his lease being ended.

“Definitely,because we are doing so well,” said the owner of Stacks.

“Mobile phones are our main trade, mobile repairs and buy and sell, and we’re staying here.

“Telecoms are just like food, you need food to live everyday and you need telecoms to live everyday, otherwise you can’t do anything.”

The 29 year old owner of Stacks, who runs a number of other shops nationwide but lives in Horsham with his girlfriend, hopes to move into another prime location on West Street or elsewhere in the town centre.

He added: “Horsham is a good town, people are nice, and people have money, and it is a good trade for us.”

His new shop will focus primarily on the mobile phone business, accessories and repairs, with remote control helicopters as a side line.

Rinku said he will discontinue selling his other stock when the new store opens.

What do you think? Are you looking forward to Sharps Bedrooms coming to the town’s high street?

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