Cozens Hardy Road
Cozens Hardy Road was one of several roads built in the 1930s on the north west side of Wroxham Road. As with many such developments this was on ex-agricultural land and the continued development was to bring about the change of the Dixons dairy from being milk producer to milk seller. Number 59 was one of the few Sprowston houses bombed during the Second World War bringing about its total demolition. Luck was certainly with the occupant who was hiding under the stairs and whilst badly shaken and lived to tell the tale.