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Location: Hertfordshire (Herts), Home Counties, England, UK.

Postcode: SG

Dialling Code: 01438

Population: 84,200 (2011)

Stevenage - Stevenage is a largish town positioned to the north of the capital in the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) within the Home Counties region, adjacent to the A1 (M), it is home to a population of approximately 84,000 and was chosen to be the first of the 'New Towns' in the 1940's with half a dozen self contained estates, the first of which was completed in 1951 (Stoney Hall and Monks Wood). However in spite of its outwardly new appearance, the town of Stevenage in truth has an ancient history and stands adjacent to where the Baldock to Verulanium (St Albans) road, built by the Romans ran, it was referred to as "Stigenace" in the 11th century Domesday Book.

War memorial, StevenageA History of Stevenage - As well as its proximity to the Roman road, remains unearthed in locations around Stevenage give evidence of its earlier historical past in long past, undocumented times. Indeed at the time of building on the Chells Manor area, an important hoard of more than two thousand silver Roman coins was exposed, this came after the discovery of various Roman and Saxon artifacts during the construction of the New Town. The Anglo-Saxons of course came after the collapse of the Romans and their camp was founded near the area where the first proper village emerged. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was the Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", by the time the Domesday Book was produced, and a century or so later in 1281 it became an true town, when it was given its charter enabling it to hold a market every week, and also in addition to this, an annual "fair", a celebration that's still organised even today.

The Church of St Nicholas, Stevenage's parish church was commenced during the twelfth century, and then somewhat enhanced in the fifteenth century, at which time a clerestory was added as well as some remarkably beautiful carvings and wood work. The 1st Grammar School was launched by Thomas Alleyne in the mid-16th C, and this remained up until the late 20th C. The majority of the the riches of the town came from those travelling on the North Road, with numerous coaching inns being built in the town to provide for the large number of stage coaches that passed throughout the 18th and 19th centuries (as many as 21 per day). 1857 heralded the arrival of the train and the dying of stagecoaches was at hand, in fact causing a slow down of progression for the town.

Attractions in & Near Stevenage - Some of the most outstanding tourist attractions in & around Stevenage are Knebworth House (around two miles from Stevenage), an exceptional fifteenth century country house, historically owned by the Lytton family, & its grounds used since the 1970's for a rock and pop festival, Fairlands Valley Park providing numerous activities like its state of the art climbing wall, water sports, angling and kid's paddling pools, & the Stevenage Museum, where you will find information about the historic past of Stevenage & adjoining towns and village.

You could also visit: Pryors Wood, Cromer Windmill, Teamworks Karting Letchworth, Hoo Hill Maze, Super Karts, Gosling Sports Ski and Board Park, Futures Fun Factory, Museum of St Albans, Purwell Ninesprings, Waterford Heath, Verulamium Museum, Benington Lordship Gardens, North Centre, Welwyn Roman Baths, Monkey Bizness Stevenage, Go Wild at the Galleria, Space 2 Play, Pioneer Skatepark, Stevenage Lazer Planet, Howard Park Gardens, Church Farm, Hertford Museum, Willowmead, Hertfordshire Village, British Schools Museum (Hitchin), Denington Gallery, Wargame Paintball, Hill End Pit, Datchworth Museum, Hatfield Swim Centre, Forge Museum, Jungle Mania Centre, Big Space Indoor Play Centre, Stockwood Discovery Centre, Stocking Springs Wood, Jurassic Golf, Fairlands Valley Park, Hitchin Centre, Birchwood Area, Tewin Orchard, Gosling Park, Pots Art Ceramics Studio (Hitchin), The Priory Lido, Tumble Tent, Wain Wood, Woodys Barn.

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Chadwell Road, Rudd Close, Towers Road, Canterbury Way, Faraday Road, Prestatyn Close, Derby Way, Fisher's Green Road, Harvest Lane, Garden Walk, Newbury Close, Christie Road, Coventry Close, Humber Court, Wortham Way, Dunn Close, Cavell Walk, Shirley Close, Tamar Close, Julian's Court, Chouler Gardens, Aldeburgh Close, Hitchin Road, Wedgwood Court, Homestead Moat, Ferrier Road, Breakspear, Downlands, Bessemer Drive, Durham Road, Byron Close, Monkswood Way, Brick Kiln Road, Aspect One, Whitney Wood, Nicholas Place, Manor House Drive, Dove Road, Orwell Avenue, Lymington Road, Beane Avenue, Church Mews, Brickkiln Road, Colestrete, The Pastures, Bedwell Crescent, Townsend Mews, High Street, Blakeney Road, Essex Road, Miller Way.

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