A Momentary Pause...

Ben and Janet Dunk have retired from antique restoration and conservation work.
They will continue to be available for home contents appraisal work in Southern California.

 

So ends a lifetime of work.
Contact Ben Dunk via email dunkantix@yahoo.com
Still you may enjoy
The Prose & Poetry of Ben Dunk
In the early 1970s, when the first Punks raged against the machine of the
English
Rock Empire, in between the sets of loud discordant rock n roll,
Ben Dunk read his
poems of grace and beauty to the crowd of proto-punks.

So Many Secrets by Ben Dunk (opens in new website)
A Memoir of WWII England
Imagine growing up on the country estate next to where the British Spitfire
was designed and built. That is Ben Dunk's
incredible story of his youth.
 
Read the review of So Many Secrets from
The Observer Series
, Thursday, July 26, 2012
Chichester, England.




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The Observer, Unicorn House, 8 Eastgate Square, Chichester PO19 1JN
The Observer Series, Thursday, July 26, 2012
Secrets of West Dean Estate’s past revealed
For anyone interested in the history of the West Dean Estate, a visit to the website www.dunkantix.com will provide a source of fascination. In the ‘So Many Secrets’ section of the website are the memoirs of Ben Dunk, a former local man who has lived in South California for the past 33 years but has still many fond memories of the Observer area, especially West Dean house, park and estate. Mr. Dunk was well known in Chichester during the 1950s, 60s and early 70s. He founded the Chichester Promoter and later The City Pilot, was press secretary for Chichester Rotary Club for eight years and also the Chichester branch of The British Heart Foundation.
So Many Secrets offers an intriguing and very detailed glimpse into the past at West Dean house and estate, owner Edward James, famous visitors and the people who lived and worked there. The memoirs are an ongoing production, constantly being updated and having items added. One of the supplements at the end is particularly geared to information for second world war researchers, with Mr. Dunk attempting to give locations of all the crashed aircraft and ‘buzz bombs’ which occured in and around the West Dean Estate.

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