Neolocalism - geographer Wes Flack describes a renewed interest in preserving and promoting the identity of a community and restoring aspects that make it culturally unique - another words - make society more meaningful to the locals by "birth" right or "adopted birth" by default of living in a local area for ~40+ years (from birth) in general or more. This is what Farage and Trump have tapped into (minds of their dormant voters).
It could as simple as "Starbucks" replaced by your local English cafe but arranged with space like Starbucks.
As simple as emergence of great British singer song writers like the golden era of 60's to '80s. As simple as change of High Streets back of British brand names (but we have to make more or revive the British manufacturing names) and move some parts factories back (Look at Lego in Denmark, they still have some manufacturing locally in Denmark).
In UK Referendum and US Election, there is a rejection current status quo built up from 1980 + its globalisation (Neoliberalism as implemented from Reagan and Thatcher times) see my other thread on this http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/neoliberalism-reason-for-your-woes-fortune-2543513
After some analyses of Brexit results, there is emerging a view that the root cause is that indigeneous people (or those who lived 40+ years or more, they are not closet racist, looney or fruit cakes nor white have-nots) are more fond of the local community values and amenities and of their familiar birthrights and birthplace (which if not dealt with , morph into more nasty feeling like racism and xenophobia) whereas what they are asking for is more for themselves (as if an expection from birth expecting something out of their lifetime). This also explain why ~20 years are less fond of localism relatively as they see the world is the new global village (but they will get old in 20 years and when their mindset shift).