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Location: Hertfordshire (Herts), England, United Kingdom.

Postcode: SG

Dialling Code: 01438

Population: 84,200 (2011)

Stevenage - Stevenage is a largish town located to the north of the city of London in the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) within the Home Counties region, beside the A1 (M), it boasts a population of about 84,200 and was chosen as the 1st of the 'New Towns' in the nineteen forties composed of half a dozen self contained estates, the first of which was completed in 1951 (Monks Wood and Stoney Hall). Still regardless of its ostensibly new appearance, the area of Stevenage in actuality has an ancient heritage and evolved close to where the Verulanium (Saint Albans) to Baldock road, built by the Romans ran, it was called "Stigenace" in the Domesday Book (1086).

War memorial, StevenageStevenage History - In addition to its nearness to a Roman road, artefacts discovered in areas around Stevenage offer verification of its earlier historical past in long gone, unrecorded times. In fact at the time of house building on the Chells Manor estate, a massive hoard of more than 2,000 silver Roman coins was exposed, this followed finds of a significant number of Roman and Saxon artifacts during the building of the New Town itself. The Saxons naturally followed the decline of the Roman Empire and their settlement was set up near the spot where the 1st real village emerged. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", when the Domesday Book was written, and some time later in 1281 it became an real town, when it was issued a charter enabling it to hold a weekly market, as well as, a yearly "fair", an event which is still organised even now.

The St Nicholas Church, the parish church of Stevenage was started in the 12th C, then was significantly remodelled in the 15th century, at which time a clerestory was added along with incredibly decorative carvings and wood work. The very first Grammar School was launched by Thomas Alleyne in the mid-sixteenth century, and this remained in existence up until the late twentieth century. The vast majority of town's prosperity came from those travelling on the North Road, with plenty of coaching inns becoming established in the town to provide for the multitude of stage coaches that passed by throughout the 18th and 19th centuries (as much as 21 each day). 1857 celebrated the appearance of the train and the decline of stage coaches was at hand, actually leading to a slow down of progression for the town.

Stevenage Places to Visit - Among the most important attractions in & near Stevenage are Knebworth House (a couple of miles from Stevenage), a superb 15th C Gothic manor house, controlled by the Lytton family, and its grounds utilised since the nineteen seventies for a major annual rock & pop festival, Fairlands Valley Park providing quite a few activities like its state of the art climbing wall, sailing, fishing and kids paddling pools, and the Stevenage Museum, where you may discover the background of the town and adjoining locations.

You could also visit: Hoo Hill Maze, Church Farm, Stockwood Discovery Centre, Woodys Barn, Space 2 Play, Adventure Island Playbarn, Old Albans Treasure Trail, Mill Green Mill Museum, Monkey Bizness Stevenage, Benington High Wood, AMF Hollywood Bowl Stevenage, Sunshine Riding School, Sherrards Wood, Hertfordshire Village, Hitchin Museum, Standalone Farm, Baldock Museum, Pryors Wood, Tumble Tent, Laser Kombat Stevenage, British Schools Museum (Hitchin), The Priory Lido, Benington Lordship Gardens, First Garden City Heritage Museum, Go Wild at the Galleria, Shaws Corner, Willowmead, Purwell Ninesprings, Blagrove Common, Stanborough Reed Marsh, East Herts Miniature Railway, Stevenage Museum, Little Rascals Party Centre, Forge Museum, Lemsford Springs, Big Space Indoor Play Centre, Verulamium Museum, Letchworth Museum, Super Karts, Waterford Heath, Stevenage Lazer Planet, Hill End Pit, Logans Den, Jungle Mania Centre, Birchwood Area, Stocking Springs Wood.

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Badgers Close, Hillside, Harvest Lane, The Spinney, Cornfields, Fry Road, Senate Place, Bedwell Crescent, Avon Drive, Bray Drive, Albert Street, Haycroft Road, Raleigh Crescent, Lancaster Close, Baddeley Close, Caxton Way, Mildmay Road, Shackledell, Newton Road, Fisher's Green Road, Southwark Close, Sefton Road, Archer Road, Fairview Road, Long Leaves, Lanterns Lane, Granby Road, Blakeney Road, Gaylor Way, Fulton Close, Upper Sean, Barclay Gardens, Wansbeck Close, Stanley Road, Norwich Close, Dryden Crescent, Augustus Gate, Rockingham Way, Speke Close, Skegness Road, Shephall Green, Eastbourne Avenue, Burns Close, Scott Road, Kenmare Court, Brimstone Drive, Abinger Close, Jupiter Gate, Shephall Way, Chepstow Close, Shirley Close.

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