High Street welcomes pop up shop

12:46 19 August 2013

Lori Blondini of Blondini

Lori Blondini of Blondini's Bakery and Gareth Hale of Chocolate Worx, who have set a pop up shop in Honiton.

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Pop up shop opens in Honiton for a limited time.

The High Street in Honiton has welcomed a new addition - a pop up shop.

The pop up bakery and chocolate shop has temporarily transformed Honiton Worx and will be running until September 3, serving up homemade treats for customers.

It has been started by Tony Bourner and Lori Blondini of Blondini’s Bakery and Gareth Hale and Clair Roberts of Chocolate Worx.

The shop is open from 9am to 5pm.

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