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Walkerton Technology Centre opens downtown

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WALKERTON – Walkerton Technology Centre opened its doors a month ago, and business is good.

Owner Jack Baynham said a lot of people have commented to him that they’re pleased to see him become a part of the downtown business scene. There has been a gap in the area of computer technology, and now it’s filled.

Walkerton Technology Centre (walkertontech.ca) provides in-store repair of desktop and laptop computer hardware and software, and Baynham anticipates cell phone repair and computer accessory repair as well.

He also offers computer sales, security cameras and a growing inventory of additional technology. Baynham urges anyone with questions about the business to drop in for a chat, phone (519-507-3500) or email him (through walkertontech.ca). Walkerton Technology Centre is open weekdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon.

The centre is located on the corner of Durham St. and Road 4 – a location that’s ideal, as far as Baynham is concerned. It’s within easy walking distance of just about everything, has large windows and downtown parking.

Baynham, who’s from Chesley, said he likes Walkerton, and the fact he’s filling a badly needed gap in service. He’s in the final stages of completing his degree (in computer science) online, and said he enjoys being his own boss.

Pauline Kerr, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Walkerton Herald Times