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Keeping downtowns alive, UK edition
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Some more good perspective on what it takes to restore a town's central core ("high street") to life in the UK, including some bonus Canadian content:
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle...-from-dead
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Nice article! Bristol has done a fantastic job at supporting local business - just take a look at Whiteladies Rd. (Clifton) and Gloucester Rd. *the longest road of independent shops in the UK!
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