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Location: Hertfordshire, Home Counties, England, United Kingdom.

Postcode: SG

Dialling Code: 01438

Population: 84,200 (2011)

Stevenage - Stevenage is a good sized town based north of London and in the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) part of the Home Counties region, beside the major highway the A1 (M), it boasts a population of about 80,000 and was selected to be the 1st of the 'New Towns' in the mid-1940's comprising 6 self contained neighbourhoods, the 1st of which was completed in 1951 (Monks Wood and Stoney Hall). Yet irrespective of its ostensibly new appearance, the town in reality has an ancient heritage and grew adjacent to where the St Albans (Verulanium) to Baldock Roman road ran, it was labelled as "Stigenace" in the Domesday Book (1086).

War memorial, StevenageStevenage History - In addition to its nearness to the Roman road, remains unearthed in the Stevenage region offer evidence of its earlier story in long past, undocumented times. In fact at the time of house building work on the Chells Manor area, an important hoard of more than two thousand Roman coins was exposed, which came after discoveries of varied Roman and Saxon artefacts during the building of the New Town. The Anglo-Saxons needless to say came after the downfall of the Roman Empire and their community was founded around the area where the first true village emerged. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", when the Domesday Book was produced, and then in 1281 it became a proper town, when it was issued its charter to hold a weekly market, and also in addition to this, a yearly "fair", an event that's still organised even today.

The St Nicholas Church, the parish church of Stevenage was first built during the 12th C, and then dramatically enhanced during the 15th century, when a clerestory was added as well as some incredibly beautiful carvings and wood work. The very first Grammar School was launched by Thomas Alleyne in the mid-16th century, and this existed up until the late 20th C. Most of the the wealth of the town came from stage coach passengers on the Great North Road, with plenty of inns being established in the town to provide for the large number of stage coaches which came by throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (as much as 21 every day). 1857 celebrated the coming of the railway and the end of the stage coach was at hand, in fact resulting in a slowing down of progress for the town.

Places of Interest in and Near Stevenage - Amongst the most well loved tourist attractions in & near Stevenage are Knebworth House (about 2 miles from Stevenage), an exceptional fifteenth century manor house, resided in by the Lytton family, and the grounds used in recent times for a major annual rock festival, Fairlands Valley Park featuring its a lot of activities such as its climbing wall, boating, angling and paddling pools, & the Stevenage Museum, where you could find out about the background of Stevenage & adjoining places.

You could also visit: Luton Village, Lemsford Springs, Benington Lordship Gardens, Boxfield Gallery, British Schools Museum (Hitchin), Stevenage Museum, Letchworth Museum, DJ's Jungle Adventure Soft Centre, Hitchin Museum, Little Rascals Party Centre, Hatfield Swim Centre, Welwyn Roman Baths, The Priory Lido, Stevenage Lazer Planet, Baldock Museum, Verulamium Museum, Mill Green Mill Museum, Hitchin Swimming Centre, East Herts Miniature Railway, Super Karts, Sherrards Wood, Futures Fun Factory, Water Hall Farm, Old Albans Treasure Trail, Monkey Bizness Stevenage, Partyman World Stevenage, Scotts Grotto, Tewin Orchard, Blagrove Common, Teamworks Karting Letchworth, Potstop, Cromer Windmill, AMF Hollywood Bowl Stevenage, Church Farm, Museum of St Albans, Ridlins Mire, Hertfordshire Gallery, Hartham Leisure Centre, Logans Den, Bishops Stortford Museum, Purwell Ninesprings, Stanborough Reed Marsh, Waterford Heath, Benington High Wood, Gosling Park, Forge Museum.

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Randals Hill, Chapman Road, Woodfield Road, Wilson Close, Dymoke Mews, Whitney Wood, Holly Copse, East Close, Medalls Link, Southwold Close, Letchmore Road, Wornham Avenue, Aintree Way, Upper Sean, Montfitchet Walk, Ingleside Drive, Fleetwood Crescent, Symonds Green Road, Bray Drive, Brunel Road, Stevenage Road, East Reach, Farm Close, Weston Road, Primrose Hill Road, Newcastle Close, Inn's Close, Bedwell Rise, Shephall View, Tamar Close, Aldeburgh Close, Brixham Close, Hammond Close, Marlowe Close, Rowland Road, Gaylor Way, Crompton Road, Newton Road, Chells Lane, Gloucester Close, Doncaster Close, Hayfield, Jubilee Road, Downlands, Chequers Bridge Road, Hydean Way, Mead Close, Dove Road, Broom Walk, Walkern Road, Fishers Green.

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