Thu 14 July 2011, The Independent

Local shops for local people: How Tideswell's residents are trying to beat the supermarkets at their own game

By Lucy Stephens
How many villages still have a butcher, a baker, and a greengrocer? Not many. The rise of supermarkets with their promise of a cheap, convenient food – and nappies, batteries, clothes, detergent, and everything else you could possibly want – means small retailers are struggling to compete. Every year, around...
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