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How Posh Is Your Hometown?

Is John Lewis your local store? Or just the bloke who lives next door?

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  1. 1. Tick all the things your hometown has:

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    Jonathan Billinger / Via geograph.org.uk
    A Waitrose
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    en.wikipedia.org
    A John Lewis
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    Betty Longbottom / Via geograph.org.uk
    A Jack Wills
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    Gerald England / Via geograph.org.uk
    A fancy fountain
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    en.wikipedia.org
    A bronze statue
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    An ornate roundabout
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    Lots of people driving 4x4s
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    A tennis club
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    en.wikipedia.org
    A bowls green
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    en.wikipedia.org
    A posh town hall
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    Ewan Munro / Via Flickr: 55935853@N00
    A Côte Brasserie
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    A Wagamama
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    A Byron
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    Colin Smith / Via geograph.org.uk
    A Loch Fyne
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    en.wikipedia.org
    A Michelin-starred restaurant
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    A rooftop bar
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    en.wikipedia.org
    An exclusive nightclub
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    Martin Bodman / Via geograph.org.uk
    A nice park
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    commons.wikimedia.org
    An organic food store
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    commons.wikimedia.org
    A decent shopping centre
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    A Habitat
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    Jaggery / Via geograph.org.uk
    A House of Fraser
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    reiss.com
    A Reiss
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    Jim Barton / Via geograph.org.uk
    An outdoor shop
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    en.wikipedia.org
    A cobbled street
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    A castle
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    en.wikipedia.org
    A chain cinema
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    An independent cinema
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    capitolmarket.net
    A cheese and wine shop
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    Bob Embleton / Via geograph.org.uk
    A boarding school
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    en.wikipedia.org
    A Russell Group university
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    en.wikipedia.org
    More than one train station
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    Nigel Cox / Via geograph.org.uk
    A gastropub
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    mathieuhelie.wordpress.com
    A row of houses with pillars outside
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    bizarreculture.com
    An influx of hipsters
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    en.wikipedia.org
    A listed building
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    en.wikipedia.org
    A twinned town you've actually heard of
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    A Tory MP
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    Tony Monblat / Via Flickr: 128484499@N06
    A Patisserie Valerie
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    Ewan Munro / Via Flickr: 55935853@N00
    A Zizzi
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    Roy Hughes / Via geograph.org.uk
    A Prezzo
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