The Whinneys, so called after Charlie and his wife who both worked on Grange Farm in the nurseries for many years. Upson Way is named after Billy and his grandfather who both worked on the farm for many years. Fletchers Lane, so called after Jack Fletcher who was the fitter and mechanic at Grange farm and is now retired and living in the village. Herbert Road, named after Julian Herbert who was the secretary at the Farm and Nursery. He was also Parish Clerk 1964-1974. Bloomfield Court, Jack (John) worked at Grange Farm and Nurseries. He also served as a Parish Councillor for several years. Largent Grove, is named after the Largent brothers, Sid and Walter, who were both respected dairymen who worked on the farm and ran the dairy, a Friesian herd of about eighty. Sid moved away to Essex, but Walter spent most of the rest of his life living in Kesgrave – for many years in the unmettled Grange Close and Grange Lane, and then in Glanville Place, first in a flat and later moving to a house in the same road. Fox Lea, Ernie worked on the farm for about forty five years and is currently working on the building and maintenance of local properties.