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Gallery: Signs of spring seen all over Suffolk - we list our top 10 seasonal road names

PUBLISHED: 10:00 22 April 2015 | UPDATED: 10:00 22 April 2015

Bluebell Avenue, Bury St Edmunds

Bluebell Avenue, Bury St Edmunds

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Life is always rosey for the residents of the county's freshest, colourful-sounding road names.

From Bluebell Avenue in Bury St Edmunds to Ipswich’s Daffodil Close, Suffolk has a host of streets, avenues and cul-de-sacs with names that conjure up images of warm days, fresh flowers and bright skies.

There is never a dull day if you live in Spring Lane, Wickham Market, or similar-sounding Spring Road, in Ipswich.

And there are more, Cherry Blossom Close, in Ipswich, conjures up an image of pastel coloured blooms, with fresh green sprigs and the smell of spring.

Sticking with the floral scheme, there is Snowdrop Close and Daisy Avenue in Bury St Edmunds.

In Rushmere there is Sapling Place and Halesworth is home to Larks Rise, both names are full of promise just like spring itself.

Spring Meadow in Playford sums up the season perfectly and must be a real draw for househunters.

See our top 10 winter road names here

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