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Stanmore is an affluent suburb located 12 miles Northwest of central London. The main shopping area of Stanmore is characterised by boutique style shops and many small restaurants and cafes.
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Located 15 miles Northwest of central London, Borehamwood is home to a growing residential population alongside a large office and retail presence. For many years Borehamwood and Elstree was home to a variety of film studios, however many have been closed with some even being demolished in order to accommodate new retail space.
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St Albans is an affluent city located in the commuter belt to the north of London. Many small boutique and designer shops are located in and around the various retail areas of St Albans.
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Mill Hill is located within the London Borough of Barnet, approximately 10 miles Northwest of Central London. Although it is an historic area, it has expanded in the past 50 years to form a major retail suburb.
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The quaint city of Canterbury is located to the South East of London on the coast of the North Sea. Many parts of the city have been dedicated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which explains why this city attracts such a large amount of tourists.
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Harrow is an area located north-west of central London, approximately a distance of 11 miles. The town centre of Harrow is where the main retail areas are located, with most shops found on the main roads of Station Road, St Annes Road, Greenhill Way and Sheepcote Road.
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Bristol is a city located on the west coast of England with a population of roughly 1.1 million people. Within the city of Bristol there are various shopping districts and shopping centres.
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Cheltenham is a town that is located to the North West of London and on the outskirts of the Cotswolds, with the Gold Cup (horse racing) held at the Cheltenham racecourse.
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The historic city of York lies to the north of Leeds and Hull, with the river Ouse running through the centre. With a population of 198,051, York has a large retail interest, being the 7th most visited city for UK residents and the 13th for overseas tourists.
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