A giant vending machine has been installed in the car park of a pub in a Derbyshire village.
The machine, in Clifton, stocks more than 60 products, including washing powder, cereals, milk, eggs and tea bags.
Local residents can pay for products using cash or card.
One of the reasons behind the vender installation was down to the closure of the local village shop.
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