Brundall Local
              History Group



Street
                      Names




Brundall Local History Group has compiled an alphabetical list of all the present street names in Brundall with an explanation of their origins.

Click here to open the list and discover where the name of your street came from and get inspired!


Reads Nurseries workers
The
                              home of George Levine
Highfield Avenue
Most of the west side of Cucumber Lane was the home of Read's Nurseries, which also occupied part of what is now the Berryfields estate.
This was the home of George Levine, an art dealer and historian who wrote the first history of Brundall. Levine Close is named after him.
Highfield Avenue was reported to be "a very rutted, unmade, tree-lined road" until the mid-1960s. Its name reflects the steep slope and the fact that it ran between fields.








What is the meaning of your street's name?

Click here to open the list and discover where the name of your street came from.



You'll also find the answers to these questions:

What road is named after the mother of a Brundall pub landlord?

Which streets are named after Brundall doctors?

Which road is now 'mis-named' thanks to a recent housing development?

Which road used to be called Common Lane until the early 19th century?



If you have information about Brundall street names, email enquiries@brundallvillagehistory.org.uk