Around five hundred people have marched through Sherborne protesting against proposals for a Tesco supermarket.
The demonstration coincided with a consultation by Tesco over plans for a superstore on the outskirts of the town in Dorset. Many shops closed for an hour to show how they think the town centre will be affected.
Shop owners in Sherborne, Dorset, say a new supermarket will take vital trade away from the high street - a claim Tesco denies. The company wants to build a store on the site of the Sherborne Hotel, on the town's outskirts.
Farmers in the westcountry who supply milk to Tesco are to get a pay rise of just over 2p a litre from next month. It follows a summer of protests over planned price cuts which saw a series of blockades at dairy processors including Robert Wiseman near Bridgwater.
Morrisons and the Co-Op hiked their prices following the demonstrations. Tesco says the new price of up to 31.58p per litre follows a regular review and is not connected to the protests.
Tesco has submitted new plans for a superstore in Bath.
A previous scheme for the former Bath Press site on Lower Bristol Road was rejected because of concerns about traffic and the impact on independent traders. The new proposals include a basement car park.
Tanya Mercer reports on the recovery from the riots a year ago. Traders in Stokes Croft in Bristol say the area is flourishing despite Tesco opening there.
A year ago riots broke out when protests against the store opening turned violent. Tesco says its shop has helped regenerate the area. But opponents say uniting against the supermarket has helped the local economy.