Why Derby's historical Cathedral Quarter has got what it takes to be a winner
Derby's historical Cathedral Quarter is in the running to be honoured in the Great British High Street Awards. Finalists will be revealed on October 18, and then the public will start voting for the winner. Here, Derby Telegraph columnist Anton Rippon looks at the area's unique selling points that could help it triumph.
On a bright autumn day, with the Tudor tower of the Cathedral set against one of those impossibly optimistic blue skies, you could be forgiven for thinking that you had stepped back in time.
On a winter's evening you might think of Charles Dickens, gas-lamps and horse-drawn... read more
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