Promenade rated Britain's favourite high street
Cheltenham has piped 24 other high street across the country to win the title of Britain's favourite high street.

The Promenade in Cheltenham has won the title with 35 per cent of the overall vote by visitors to Cheltenham town centre manager Martin Quantock said: 'We've always felt that The Promenade has everything you would like to see in a street - it's great that the British public aggress and recognises the efforts that everybody puts in to making the Promenade the truly wonderful street that it is.'

The street is more than a hundred years old and tenants include Café Rouge, Jaeger, as well as a selection of independents. A panel of judges selected the best entries for the shortlist from the high streets nominated by Tourist Boards around the country.

1. Cheltenham, The Promenade

2. Leamington Spa, The Parade

3. Market Harborough, High Street

4. Leicester, Loseby Lane

5. Keswick, Market Square

6. Durham, Market Square

7. Glasgow, Pollokshaws Road

8. Bath, Milsom Street

9. Cambridge, King's Parade

10. Bristol, Park Street

11. Norwich, Gentleman's Walk

12. Headingly, Otley Road

13. York, Stonegate

14. London, King's Road

15. Marlow, High Street

16. Edinburgh, Royal Mile

17. Brighton, Western Road

18. Manchester, Oldham Street

19. Winchester, High Street

20. Cardiff, St. Mary's Street

21. Canterbury, High Street

22. Lymington, High Street

23. Hebden Bridge, Market Street

24. London, Stoke Newington Church Street

25. Lewes, High Street