10 autumnal addresses in Suffolk
- Credit: Gregg Brown
At this time of year, there is nothing more appealing than drawing the curtains and snuggling up on the sofa with a warming drink.
Autumn has well and truly arrived - but it has been hanging around all year in these Suffolk streets - here we bring you the top 10 autumnal roads in the county. Chestnut Road in Glemsford conjures up visions of horse chestnuts - a true icon of winter.
Sycamore Close, Ipswich also has a distinctive autumnal feel.
Meanwhile, Russet Drive, found in Red Lodge, epitomises the richness of colour that surrounds us at this time of year.
Sticking with the ruby tones of autumn, we have Poppy Close, Ipswich, bringing a little cheer to an autumn day,
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Or how about those living in Wellington Street, in Newmarket?
Do they pull on their boots and go stomping through the fallen, crispy leaves that litter the pavements throughout the season?
Ipswich is home to a cluster of roads honouring famous writers, including Keats Crescent - named after author of seasonal poem To Autumn.
Harvest Festival is synonymous with autumn, often marking the very beginning of the season.
And Harvest Close, in Haughley, Suffolk is a reminder of the importance of our agricultural heritage.
But the ultimate seasonal road name has to be Autumn Close in leafy Thetford.
Or do you know a better one?
Do you live in a seasonally-sounding road?