Framlingham asks residents for road name suggestions - but ‘Sheeran Street’ won’t be considered
- Credit: Archant
Ed Sheeran’s hometown has begun suggestions for new road names - but the Suffolk superstar will have to wait.
Framlingham Town Council are appealing for names with historical connections to the area in anticipation of new developments that may be built.
However Ed, who grew up in Framlingham, will not be considered because the council prefer to honour people posthumously.
Community leaders have outlined certain criteria for any road names - such as only using family names with permission and choosing names which represent nature or history.
The council also wants name roads on new estates along the same theme to give continuity.
You may also want to watch:
Philip Collins, chairman of Framlingham Town Council, said: "If you think you have a name for future developments, this is your chance to suggest them."
To suggest names, contact the clerk at Framlingham Town Council.
- 1 Boy, 5, dies after suffering serious head injury at department store
- 2 Woman in 20s dies in single car crash on A12 in Suffolk
- 3 Edmundson ruled out of opener as Cook discusses 'four, five or six' more transfers
- 4 Suffolk enjoys warehousing boom as more businesses flock to region
- 5 A12 fully reopened after serious crash
- 6 Swimmers report sickness symptoms after dip in Suffolk river
- 7 Suffolk pub reopens with exclusive Champagne carvery
- 8 Why Ipswich Town's American owners won't be making first visit for Morecambe clash
- 9 The Town players who have improved their stock in pre-season
- 10 Container ship that blocked Suez Canal due to arrive in Felixstowe