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Turners Shoe Repairs

273 Oxford Road
Reading
Berkshire
RG1 7PY
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Turners are a genuine traditional shoe repairs specialising in quality workmanship having been in business for over 50 years.
1.We specialise in repairing top quality shoes such as Barkers, Cheaneys and Churches.
2.Our services include alterations to lady's fashion boots - being made larger or smaller in the leg. We also repair zips.
3.We also repair all forms of Riding and motor cycle boots.
4.We replace or repair zips and replace through sole and heel.
5.Leather jackets and motor cycle attire repaired e.g. any tears or zips.
6.We offer a postal service. You send them to us and we will return them post haste.
Just give us a call 01189590945.

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