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A Derbyshire second-hand shop has come first in a public for having the best pun name. 'Junk & Disorderly', in Chesterfield, was one of 10 shops from across the country. The Local Data Company (LDC), which retail trends in the UK, selected the 10 best shop puns from the 700,000 it visited in 2013. The shop won £100 for the charity of their , with Prostate Cancer UK being selected for the prize .
Pete Yates, 51, who has the shop for more than 15 years, said he was " " to find out he had won. "I'd never heard of this , but I'm glad the money will go towards a good - a men's cancer charity," he said. "When I call companies about any shop dealings they always have a about the name and say they like it," he .
Matthew Hopkinson, director at the Local Data Company, said: " a shop pun competition is fun there is sound sense as to why they . Independents are about being different, being and ensuring that you can survive through regular coming through your door and money. "Having a memorable name alongside excellent service and is an important way to retain the in many of our high ."