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High Street

1. Brit the main street of a town, usually where the principal shops are situated
2. the market constituted by the general public
3. Commerce geared to meet the requirements of, and readily available for purchase by, the general public
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A TORY former Cabinet minister has called for an internet sales tax to be brought in to level the playing field for high street shops with online retail giants such as Amazon.
High Streets Minister Andrew Percy said: "Over 300,000 votes have been cast in the competition so far, proving that people are passionate about their high streets up and down the country.
It's among 33 to be chosen for the Healthy High Streets programme, which aims to increase the number of people visiting town centres by 10%, reduce the number of vacant properties by 20% and create more jobs.
The towns are among the 33 latest additions to Business in the Community's Healthy High Streets initiative, which is targeting 100 towns across the UK.
Healthy High Streets was set up to provide support to high streets through business expertise and resources.
PLAID Cymru is calling on shoppers to support their high streets all year round.
All high streets have to adapt to a changing environment - and we've been no different.
Known locally as Bishy Road, it trumped 230 high streets and will receive a share of an PS80,000 prize pot.
PRESTON, MIDDLESBROUGH and Coventry have the 'unhealthiest' High Streets in the UK, according to a report published last week (March 26) by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH).
They are launching a campaign today which they say is aimed at boosting and supporting Welsh high streets.
High Street Week is the focus of the Welsh Government's 'Support Your High Street' campaign, which is raising the profile of high streets across Wales.
City Hall has announced plans to celebrate the capital s high streets this summer and to continue a major focus on improvements that has already seen millions of pounds invested on schemes to rejuvenate some of London s most important localities.