Traders from small towns in the UK are flourishing in the current economic downturn by using their own form of money.

What’s the point in a local currency? Anyone who has ever been to one of those ‘living history’ museums where you have to exchange your sterling for ye olde worlde currency before you can buy a drink might be excused for thinking that the novelty of the Bristol pound will soon wear off. The Telegraph

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