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market town

Chiefly Brit a town that holds a market, esp an agricultural centre in a rural area
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Lloyds said South East England dominates the top 10 most expensive market towns with Beaconsfield being the most expensive, with an average house price of PS1,049,659 - the only market town on the list to break above the PS1m.
Towns at a premium HOMEBUYERS looking to live in one of England's market towns will typically need to pay a premium of more than PS30,000, a report has found.
Or that it has its roots as a market town stretching back to the 12th century?
Lloyds Bank, part of the British government backed lender Lloyds Banking Group (LSE:LLOY) on Friday revealed that market town dwellers pay a premium of GBP24,000.
The market town of Llanidloes was named as one of the top 50 countryside places to live in the UK in a Sunday Times list, placing the Powys town at 26th place.
Skipton became a prosperous market town, trading sheep and woollen goods, which also led to its naming, derived from the Old English sceap (sheep) and tun (town or village).
Contract notice: Financing of local drains the market town lustenau in 2014 in the amount of 4,000,000 eur.
Summary: Actor Simon Callow says it is great news a North Yorkshire market town has clubbed together to buy a rare edition of A Christmas Carol.
30pm Wrexham Country Market People's Market, Friday 9am-2pm Denbigh Country Market Town hall, Friday 9am-12.
The typical price of a market town home has more than doubled from 114,718
If no agreement is reached, the finalmarketwillbeheldon March 28, spelling the end for Cowbridge as a market town.
At the meeting Tesco was asked to provide an example where one of their stores opening had had a beneficial effect upon a market town.