With just one month to go before Christmas is upon us, businesses in one Suffolk town are saying that high street sales are looking good so far.
Consumer confidence has improved slightly and it seems more people are spending.
Over the last few months more vacant shops in Bury St Edmunds are being occupied.
"BID", the Business Improvement District, for Bury, says most of the towns car parks have been running at full capacity for the last few weekends.
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