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Location: Hertfordshire, Home Counties, United Kingdom.

Postcode: SG

Dialling Code: 01438

Population: 84,200 (2011)

Stevenage - Stevenage is a large town found north of London in the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) within the Home Counties region, near the major highway the A1 (M), it boasts a populace of about 80,000 and was designated to be the 1st of the 'New Towns' in the nineteen forties having 6 self contained neighbourhoods, the first of which was finished in 1951 (Monks Wood and Stoney Hall). Having said that notwithstanding its seemingly new look, the area of Stevenage in fact has an early heritage and evolved near to where the Baldock to Verulanium (St Albans) road, built by the Romans ran, it was referred to as "Stigenace" in the Domesday Book of 1086.

War memorial, StevenageStevenage History - In addition to its closeness to the Roman road, artifacts unearthed in the Stevenage area present verification of its early historical past in long gone, unrecorded years. In fact at the time of house building work on the Chells Manor estate, an immense hoard in excess of 2,000 Roman silver coins was discovered, that came after discoveries of a significant number of Roman and Saxon artifacts at the time of the building of the New Town itself. The Saxons needless to say followed the fall of the Roman Empire and their settlement was founded around the spot where the first actual village developed. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", by the time the Domesday Book was put together, and then in twelve eighty one it became a town proper, when it was awarded its charter allowing it to hold a market every week, and in addition to this, an annual "fair", a celebration that's still organised to this day.

The St Nicholas Church, the parish church of Stevenage was first built during the 12th century, and was extensively remodelled during the 15th C, when a clerestory was added along with incredibly beautiful carvings and wood work. The first Grammar School was started by Thomas Alleyne in the mid-16th C, and this remained up until the late 20th C. Most of the the wealth of the town came from those travelling on the North Road, with numerous coaching inns being established in Stevenage to serve the multitude of stage coaches that travelled through during the 18th and 19th centuries (up to twenty one each day). 1857 heralded the appearance of the railway and the demise of stage coaches was at hand, in fact resulting in a slowing down of progress for the town.

Places to Visit in and Near Stevenage - Some of the most well known places of interest in & near Stevenage are Knebworth House (a couple of mls from Stevenage), an exceptional 15th C Gothic country house, controlled by the Lytton family, and its grounds utilised since 1974 for a rock and pop festival, Fairlands Valley Park with its a number of facilities & activities like its state of the art climbing wall, boating, angling and paddling pools, & the Stevenage Museum, where you may get facts about the history of the town & neighbouring locations.

You could also visit: Purwell Ninesprings, Go Wild at the Galleria, Partyman World Stevenage, Sunshine Riding School, Hertfordshire Gallery, Potstop, Hertford Museum, Hatfield House Park, Museum of St Albans, Hitchin Lavender, Letchworth Outdoor Pool, Standalone Farm, Gosling Park, Pots Art Ceramics Studio (Hitchin), Benington High Wood, Waterford Heath, Letchworth Museum, Bishops Stortford Museum, DJ's Jungle Adventure Soft Centre, Woodys Barn, Cromer Windmill, Teamworks Karting Letchworth, Forge Museum, Stockwood Discovery Centre, Stevenage Lazer Planet, Little Rascals Party Centre, Stevenage Museum, Old Albans Treasure Trail, East Herts Miniature Railway, Lemsford Springs, Knebworth Gardens Park, Jurassic Golf, Ridlins Mire, Birchwood Area, Mill Green Mill Museum, Laser Kombat Stevenage, Hertfordshire Village, AMF Hollywood Bowl Stevenage, Church Farm, Hatfield Swim Centre, Wain Wood, Monkey Bizness Stevenage, Rollercity, Big Space Indoor Play Centre, Pryors Wood, Super Karts.

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Stanmore Road, Taywood Close, Stanley Road, Baddeley Close, Monkswood Way, Mozart Court, Nicholas Place, Greydells Road, Shephall Green, Elder Way, Gaylor Way, Mathews Close, Turner Close, Babbage Road, Conifer Walk, Wren Close, Broom Walk, Howarde Court, Abinger Close, Albert Street, Claymores, Livingstone Link, Skegness Road, Bader Close, Rowland Road, Medalls Path, Cavell Walk, Sish Lane, Bulwer Link, West Reach, Kilby Road, Almonds Lane, Exchange Road, Trent Close, Larkinson, The Old Walled Garden, Hunters Close, Shackleton Spring, St Davids Close, Hydean Way, Tacitus Close, Trajan Gate, Severn Way, Alexander Gate, Yarmouth Road, Dyes Lane, Ramsdell, The Paddocks, Gloucester Close, Longcroft Road, Shepherds Lane.

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