Note 1. A typical entry lists the date of the street, the origin of the name and finally the location of the street. Please refer to the page entitled Streets of Leamington for more information.

Note 2. As a trial, in this Section a capital letter indicates the part of the town where the street is located. Click Location Map which should open the map in new window.

Streets of Leamington beginning with T

Tachbrook Park Drive. About 1980, DATE. From the traffic island with Europa Way. Most, if not all, of this street is actually in the Borough of Warwick (U). Named for Bishops Tachbrook and the Tach Brook which crosses the road between that place and Leamington.

Tachbrook Road. Before 1783. 446 addresses. Named for Bishops Tachbrook and the Tach Brook which crosses the road between that place and Leamington. Off High Street/Old Warwick Road and Lower Avenue crossroads (U and V).

Tachbrook Street. 1834. 171 addresses. Named for Bishops Tachbrook and the Tach Brook which crosses the road between that place and Leamington. Off Tachbrook Road and across Brunswick Street (W and X).

Talbot Court. 1960. 12 addresses. Origin unknown; the Talbot is an historical breed of hunting dog. A block of flats which replaced No 89 Upper Holly Walk (I).

Tancred Close. About 1990, DATE. 7 addresses. Origin unknown, several candidates including a given name from Norman times meaning ‘good thinking person’. Business units off Queensway (U).

Tavistock Street. 1827. 28 addresses. Possibly named for the town in Devon or linked to the family of the Duke of Bedford which uses the name Tavistock. Off Warwick Street (G).

Taylor Avenue. 1936. 87 addresses. Possibly named for a councillor. Off Gresham Avenue, Village Farm estate (J).

Telford Avenue. 1934. 102 addresses. Probably named for Thomas Telford, a nationally renowned civil engineer. The road was extended to the north about 1955 CHECK. There is a distinct change in level where the extension begins. Off Cubbington Road (D).

Tenby Court. In Milverton Terrace in 1973.

Terrace Walk. One reference in 1812.

Terry Avenue. 1934. 14 addresses. Origin unknown. Off Old Milverton Road (E).

The Approach. 1947. 25 addresses. Origin unknown. Off Kingsway (V).

The Cedars 01. DATE. 12 addresses. Named for trees. No 61 Lillington Road (C).

The Cedars 02. DATE. 6 addresses. Named for trees. Warwick Place (F).

The Cedars Mews. DATE. 19 addresses. Named for trees. No 42 Warwick Place (F).

The Cloisters. DATE. Origin unclear. Lower Leam Street (S).

The Close. 1939. 35 addresses. Origin very clear. Off Lewellyn Road (X).

The Crest. 1959. 54 addresses. At top of hill; possibly Heathey Hill on the map of 1711. Off Mason Avenue, Lillington (J).

The Fairways. 1961. 66 addresses. Initially named Ancaster Road; soon changed at the request of residents because it is on the site of an earlier golf course. Off Beverley Road (A).

The Grange. 1976. 14 addresses. On the site of a house named The Grange. Upper Holly Walk (O).

The Greenways. 1960. 14 addresses. Origin unknown. Cubbington Road (J).

The Holt. 1927. 19 addresses. Named for Alfred Holt who was mayor for three years from 1926. Off Cubbington Road (D). One of the first developments of council houses in the town.

The Maltings. 1984. 70 addresses. On the site of Leamington Brewery (established about 1839). Lillington Avenue (B).

The Spinney. 1968. 24 addresses. Named for the spinney which previously grew on the site. Off Rugby Road (E).

The Square. 1930. A single reference has been found in 1958 to improvements to The Square off Leicester Street (I). Probably refers to the cul-de-sac named as Leicester Street on most maps or especially the houses added later.

Thomas Street. 1838. No addresses, mews road for Lansdowne Crescent. Named for William Thomas, the architect who designed Lansdowne Crescent and Lansdowne Circus and other buildings in the town. Off Lansdowne Street (I); truly a mews road to Lansdowne Crescent.

Thompson’s Buildings. Before 1882. Probably named for the owner. A court off Kenilworth Street (H). Demolished DATE.

Thomson Street. On a plan dated 1834. It was probably renamed; it either became White Street (now named as an extension of Althorpe Street) or was the towpath in front of Warneford Terrace. Origin unknown. Off Althorpe Street (X).

Thursfield Road. 1953. 22 addresses. Dr Thomas William Thursfield was a pioneer of the Leamington Dispensary and also mayor from 1894 to 1896. Off Wellington Road (J).

Tower Street. About 1828. 15 addresses in 2019. Original buildings demolished and replaced about 1992. Named for a somewhat mysterious tower on one building which had an ecclesiastical appearance. Off Court Street (X), behind Booth’s Buildings; the street used to have vehicular access from Clemens Street.

Trinity Street. Started about 1834 as a mews road; named in 1868. 44 addresses. Probably named for Holy Trinity church nearby in Beauchamp Avenue. Off Clarendon Street (G and H).

Troutbeck Avenue. 1964. 14 addresses. Named for a place in Cumbria. Off Guys Cliffe Avenue (A and E).

Turnpike Road. Before 1783. An early name for what became High Street and Radford Road (S and Y). It was part of the turnpike road from Warwick to Daventry.

Turpin Court. 1990. 8 addresses. Named for the boxer, Randolph Turpin, world middleweight champion in 1951 after beating Sugar Ray Robinson. Lee Road (V)

The Streets of Leamington beginning with U

Note. A typical entry lists the date of the street, the origin of the name and finally the location of the street. Please refer to the page entitled Streets of Leamington for more information.

Ullswater Avenue. 1965. 17 addresses. Named for a lake in the Lake District. Off Troutbeck Avenue (A)

Union Court 01. Before 1852. Origin uncertain. Off Satchwell Street (H). Demolished DATE.

Union Court 02. 2010. 17 addresses. Origin uncertain. Student block in Ranelagh Terrace (W).

Union Parade. 1808. An early name for lower part of the Parade. See also the Parade for more information and Listed Buildings. (M and N).

Union Promenade. 1832. Origin uncertain; parallel with Union Parade at the time. An early name for Euston Place for a year or two after it was built (N).

Union Road. 1828. 43 addresses. Possibly named as the site of the offices of the Milverton Poor Law Union. Off Warwick Place, Milverton (F)

Union Row 01. Became Upper Union Parade See also the Parade for information and Listed Buildings (M and N).

Union Row 02. Brunswick Street.

Union Rows 03. Milverton.

Union Street. 1808. Another name used for the lower part of the Parade; See also the Parade for information and Listed Buildings.

Union Walk. 1864. 26 addresses. Possibly named as a street leading to the Poorhouse in Court Street. Off Clemens Street and a street behind Clemens Street (X). Houses demolished DATE.

Upper Arlington Street. 1880. The full length of Arlington Avenue has 195 addresses. Place in East Sussex or a noble title for a person. This was the northern part of the street now named Arlington Avenue (I); see also Arlington Avenue.

Upper Avenue. Before 1783. A drive to the Manor House of Matthew Wise from Old Warwick Road; see also Lower Avenue (R). It was on the site of the eastern part of Station Approach.

Upper Cross Street. 1808. The first name for much of Warwick Street (renamed 1813). It simply crossed the main road, later Parade (G and H).

Upper Grove Street. 1855. 9 addresses. Possibly named for a nearby landmark grove of trees. Mews road for Clarendon Place. See also Grove Street. Off Warwick Street (F).

Upper Hill Street. 1837. It was/is on an incline. Off Villiers Street (I). See also Hill Street.

Upper Holly Walk. The street used to lead to Newbold Comyn House; the Willes family was there from 1509; houses built from about 1835. 163 addresses. Known for having many holly trees. Off Willes Road (I). See also Holly Walk.
The following buildings on the north side are Listed Grade II, Lansdowne House, Aberdeen House, Nos 83, 83A, 85 and Oak House (previously the Liberal Club).

Upper Union Parade. Name from about 1808 for part of the Parade from Regent Street to Warwick Street (G and H). See also the Parade for more information and Listed Buildings.

The Streets of Leamington beginning with V

Note. A typical entry lists the date of the street, the origin of the name and finally the location of the street. Please refer to the page entitled Streets of Leamington for more information.

Valley Road. 1950. 131 addresses. The western part initially followed the valley of Bins Brook but has been greatly extended to the east. Off Pound Lane (J).

Vermont Grove. About 1970 to 1975. 8 addresses. Name of a US state but it is also a surname most common in France. Off Danesbury Crescent, Sydenham (Z).

Vernon Close. 1963. 30 addresses. Origin unknown; Vernon is a surname with a meaning related to a glade of alder trees. Off Northumberland Road (B).

Vicarage Road 01. 1890. 14 addresses. Location of the Vicarage for the parish church of St Mary Magdalene. Off Cubbington Road, Lillington (D).

Vicarage Road 02. 1882. Originally the name for St Marks Road for a short time because it was the location of the vicarage. Off Rugby Road (E).

Vicarage Road 03. 1891. Original name for the street that was renamed Hitchman Road in 1903 because it was the location of the vicarage. Off Tachbrook Street (W).

Victoria Colonnade. 1837. One address at present which is the Loft Theatre. Named for Queen Victoria. Off Bath Street, alongside the River Leam at the north end of Victoria Terrace (R).

Victoria Mews. 1838. Named for Queen Victoria. This was the location of stables at the rear of Hamilton Terrace in Rosefield Terrace (N).

Victoria Park. Originally a cricket ground. Purchased by the council and named in 1896. Named for the jubilee of Queen Victoria. Avenue Road (Q).

Victoria Place. 1835. The east side of the northern part of Church Street; renamed as Church Street in 1873. Named for Queen Victoria. Church Street from Church Terrace to Priory Terrace (S).

Victoria Road. 1871. 21 addresses. Named for Queen Victoria. Off Victoria Street (Q).

Victoria Street. 1854. 24 addresses. Named for Queen Victoria. Off Archery Road, the vehicle access from Avenue Road is closed (Q).

Victoria Terrace. 1836. 32 addresses. Named for Queen Victoria. Bath Street (R). Built when the river bridge was widened and earlier buildings were demolished. It is numbered as part of Bath Street.

Villiers Street. Named in 1852. 95 addresses. Origin unknown; probably named for a prominent aristocratic family. Off Hill Street (I).

Villiers Street, North. See North Villiers street (I).

Vincent Place. DATE

Vincent Street. 1838. 13 addresses. Origin unknown; a surname widely used in eastern and western Europe. Off Queen Street (I).

Viscount Close. 1947. 10 addresses. Origin unknown; viscount is a title in the peerage. Off Kingsway, Shrubland estate (V).

Vivian Place. 1838. Near the Fox and Vivian pub in Clarendon Avenue; Vivian was the name of a famous horse owned by Captain Lamb around 1834 and the landlord had a successful wager on it. In the vicinity of Chandos Street (H).

Vodena Court. DATE. 9 addresses. Origin unknown, perhaps named for a city in Greece. Heath Terrace; to the west of the Emmanuel chapel (F).