High Street Culture
Find out what’s coming up in our four-year programme of cultural activity across England's High Streets Heritage Action Zones, continuing until 2024.
Improving the historic environment to stimulate economic growth and tourism potential.
The shopping area of this charming town grew from a medieval market, with the development of a network of delightful side streets. However, the architectural character of the town is predominately late 18th Century to 19th Century. Its shop fronts are of particularly good quality, with lovely detailing and a range of styles. It has become a known hub for antiques stores.
Improvements to the buildings' facade, implementation of traffic control measures, and improvements to Corn Square will undoubtedly help to enhance and maintain the area's vibrancy.
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