The Canterbury Connected Business Improvement District has produced a film to celebrate and promote the shops, cafes and restaurants operating in what it calls the Cathedral Quarter.
These are the businesses which sit in the immediate shadow of the Cathedral in locations such as Burgate, Sun Street and The Buttermarket.
Rachel Pilard of Canterbury Connected BID said: “This is a wonderful diverse collection of independent shops, including designer clothing by a French fashion label, a traditional family jewellery business, a specialist homeware store with handmade products, vegetarian eateries, an award-winning shoe shop, a quintessentially British tea room and many many more delights.
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“Shoppers can wander along its cobbled streets and discover something different this summer. Perhaps they’ll find the perfect gift, or stumble across the 16th century tower of St Mary Magdalen.”
The BID team add that the Cathedral Quarter offers shoppers a range independent shops, cafes and restaurants, respite from the hustle and bustle of the High Street and a chance to discover hidden historical gems.