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Friday, February 09, 2007

Bizarre Streets: Priory Way, Haywards Heath

After starting off at Langley Lane, in Ifield, we now travel south towards the fine Mid Sussex Town of Haywards Heath, one of the few places in the UK that does officaly not have a "Street", and visit Priory Way.

Priory Way

Location: Haywards Heath, Sussex, England, UK, Europe, Earth

This street first emerged from wonderful woodland in the 1960's, it gains its name from the fact there is a fine church nearby, hence Priory Way. The Street contains a fine park for secretly letting of fireworks if you are a bit adventourous. The early history of the street is unknown, but it sounds like it may have been common spot for Fox Hunters, possibly even Genghis Khan may have had a holiday villa with attractive babes on the site here once. Anyway it is in a unique position being in a quiet location not too far away from The Heaths bustling town centre. Dan Miles who has been resident for some time at this address, though he also divides his time at a alternative residence in West Wales, due to University described it as a fine example of a average Sussex Street (or Road as Haywards Heath folk prefer to call Streets), with nice upmarket houses, some not so impressive ones and a little bit of Sussex scenery with the park. I was just about to talk to him about what was the main focal point of the Priory Way community when he had to catch the train back to Wales. I wished him a safe journey.

Notable residents: (past and present) Genghis Khan and thousands of blonde babe (not only joking), Dan Miles

16:45 Posted in Bizarrestreets | Permalink | Comments (2)


I actually said the road is named after the famous Priory Building by the town Centre, the "Park" was probably built when the road was built!


Posted by: Dan | Friday, February 09, 2007

KK will amend the errors.

Posted by: Charles | Friday, February 09, 2007

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