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

Postcode: SG

Dialling Code: 01438

Population: 84,200 (2011)

Stevenage - Stevenage is a substantial town placed to the north of the city of London and in the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) within the Home Counties region, near the A1(M) motorway, it boasts a population of around 80,000 and was designated to be the 1st of the 'New Towns' in the mid-nineteen forties having six independent neighbourhoods, the earliest of which was finished in nineteen fifty one (Stoney Hall and Monks Wood). On the other hand despite its apparently new look, Stevenage does have an early the historical past and developed near to where the Baldock to St Albans (Verulanium) Roman road ran, it was described as "Stigenace" in the 1086 Domesday Book.

War memorial, StevenageStevenage History - Besides its proximity to a Roman road, artefacts and relics found in the Stevenage region give verification of its early story in long gone, undocumented days. In fact at the time of house building work on the Chells Manor area, a considerable hoard of over two thousand Roman coins was discovered, which came after the discovery of assorted Roman and Saxon antiquities during the building of the New Town itself. The Saxons naturally followed the downfall of the Roman Empire and their camp was established around the spot where the 1st bona fide village evolved. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was the Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", at the time the Domesday Book was put together, and a century or so later in 1281 Stevenage became a proper town, when it was awarded a charter permitting it to hold a market each week, as well as, a yearly "fair", an occasion that's still organised to this day.

The St Nicholas Church, Stevenage's parish church was started during the 12th century, and significantly remodelled in the fifteenth century, at which time a clerestory was added as well as some remarkably elaborate carvings and woodwork. The very first Grammar School was founded by Thomas Alleyne in the mid-16th C, and this persisted up to the late twentieth century. The majority of the the riches of the town resulted from stage coach passengers on the Great North Road, for lots of inns becoming built in the town to serve the many stage coaches that passed throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (as much as 21 every day). 1857 celebrated the coming of the railway and the decline of stage coaches was at hand, in reality resulting in a slowing down of progression for the town.

Stevenage Tourist Attractions - Some of the most well known visitor attractions in & around Stevenage are Knebworth House (about two miles from Stevenage), a fantastic 15th C Gothic manor house, lived in by the Lytton family, & the grounds utilised since the nineteen seventies for a major once-a-year rock & pop festival, Fairlands Valley Park featuring its a lot of activities such as its climbing wall, boating, angling & paddling pools, & the Stevenage Museum, where you could find information about the history of the town & adjoining locations.

You could also visit: North Centre, Shaws Corner, Jungle Mania Centre, Purwell Ninesprings, Laser Kombat Stevenage, 360 Play, Potstop, Little Rascals Party Centre, Tewin Orchard, Old Albans Treasure Trail, British Schools Museum (Hitchin), Benington High Wood, Sherrards Wood, AMF Hollywood Bowl Stevenage, Howard Park Gardens, First Garden City Heritage Museum, Letchworth Outdoor Pool, Hertfordshire Village, Go Wild at the Galleria, Church Farm, Wain Wood, Sunshine Riding School, Super Karts, Luton Village, Hill End Pit, Willows Farm, Stevenage Museum, Stockwood Discovery Centre, Hitchin Museum, Walkern Gallery, Museum of St Albans, Woodys Barn, Grange Paddocks Pool, Tewinbury, Gosling Sports Ski and Board Park, Letchworth Museum, Mill Green Mill Museum, Denington Gallery, Futures Fun Factory, Leventhorpe Pool, Big Space Indoor Play Centre, Teamworks Karting Letchworth, Benington Lordship Gardens, Bishops Stortford Museum, Forge Museum, Hatfield House Park.

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Stephenson Mews, Baron Court, Wedgwood Court, Skegness Road, Leggett Grove, Scarborough Avenue, Barclay Crescent, Bowcock Walk, Dove Road, Wigram Way, Gunnels Wood Road, Hyde Green East, Chestnut Walk, Douglas Drive, Ridlins End, Crossgates, Aylward Drive, Nightingale Walk, High Street, Beech Drive, Bridge Road West, East Close, St Davids Close, Bude Crescent, Arnold Close, The Spinney, Alleyns Road, Shackleton Spring, Bournemouth Road, Ditchmore Lane, Lymington Road, Ross Court, Chequers Bridge Road, Walden End, Fulton Close, Newbury Close, Canterbury Way, Uplands, Stanley Road, Coreys Mill Lane, Fry Road, Fisher's Green Road, Miller Way, Christie Road, Apollo Way, Grove Road, Compton Place, Middlesborough Close, King George Close, The Grange, Birdwing Walk.

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