Street Parade is the project of Harley Cally Miller
We moved to Scotland from Norfolk in 1977 when our four daughters flew the nest. Harley's career has been in architecture and visual art, Cally's in personal counselling.
In 2009, spurred on by the steady decline of our local high streets, we began the design and development of the first online Street Parade website featuring London’s Regent Street.
We assumed that those holding the responsibility for the well of this area would recognise the value of our initiative as being a simple means for drawing public-
Having gained many wrinkles plus a small measure of confidence we then set-
You might imagine the huge amount of time and effort which has gone into the development of these initiatives involving the taking and editing of many thousands of photographs, learning how to build the unique website templates, panels and images, plus months of historical research, and then the ongoing maintenance of the whole bundle. Along the way we also enjoyed the many opportunities this brought us to meet with the variety of aspects of high street life including its residents, traders and historians.
Our next Street Parade will feature Grantown-
The ambition is to extend the range of towns featured on Street Parade throughout Scotland. We prefer to keep the websites uncluttered and free of advertisement panels; in order to do this we would welcome and greatly value your donation, large or small, towards the costs of maintaining and developing our Street Parade websites for the good of the whole.
Harley and Cally Miller
Sluie Lodge, Dunphail, Moray IV36 2QG, Scotland