Franklin Service Hero Sharon England Top Notch Engraving, Pukekohe

 

 

Community-minded Sharon England and her family have been running Top Notch Engraving and Book Exchange at 28 King Street in Pukekohe for the past four and a half years. They supply local schools, sports clubs and social groups with trophies and engravings, sell corporate gifts and support community initiatives whenever possible, besides continuing with the book exchange.
Top Notch has been a favourite for 30 years and book lovers still turn up regularly to swap their books for a new one. The Englands enjoy being much more than just a shop and some of their community projects include collecting old prescription glasses for the Fred Hollows Foundation, supporting Middlemore Foundation’s Jammies in June and selling tickets and calendars to help the fundraising for John Connolly.

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