IN celebration of Valentine’s Day, The Northern Echo asked residents of one of the UK’s most romantic street names what they thought of the day.

DARLINGTON'S Red Rose Close is among a cluster of romantic street names across the country which couples may want to visit this Valentine's Day.

The list includes Honey Pot Lane in Colsterworth, Cupid’s Alley in Malton and Love Street in Paisley.

Residents of the road had mixed views on the day, with loved up Lynne Price believing it should be celebrated, she said: “I think Valentine’s Day is a lovely romantic day.

“I have a partner and we always do something to celebrate it, sometimes we go to a nice restaurant for a meal. I think last year we celebrated it by going on holiday, but I can’t remember where.”

Another resident disagreed on the day, but found the street name endearing, he said: “I’m not really a fan of Valentine’s Day, me and my wife get each other a card every year but that’s all we do.

“All the streets in this area have odd names, someone told me they’re all to do with cattle but I also got told they were to do with flowers.”

Homeowner, Liz Jordan said: “I don’t really celebrate Valentine’s Day, it’s just another day to me. Although I really like the the name of the street because it's romantic."