2 comments on “Anyone for coffee?

  1. Good for you, Geoff. This is an important issue which deserves more attention. Bath (much bigger the Lyme, of course) was once full of small independent shops but now is a bland replica of other shopping destinations. But I think Totnes has to work very hard to resist!

  2. I couldn’t agree more ! Lyme is rather special in all respects and I can’t see what such clone shops would really bring to the lovely little High St . It has always been a busy thriving small town that has a great variety as you say of well stocked independent places where you can buy anything from a small fossil hammer to a vintage linens and objet d’art to tasty vittels to secondhand books … 🙂
    We have missed visiting this year but I feel the urge ….

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