Griff Rhys Jones on appeal of the British high street
Griff Rhys Jones called for people to join their civic societies - where he is president - to help improve their town centres.
He named-checked Woodbridge, Hadleigh and Cardigan as examples of pleasant towns to visit, but also praised major shopping centres.
Housing minister Grant Shapps explained how 371 towns applied for government help - where 24 will be successful. But he also announced "a package of measures" would come later for all of them.
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10 May 2012