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Location: Hertfordshire, Home Counties, United Kingdom.

Postcode: SG

Dialling Code: 01438

Population: 84,200 (2011)

Stevenage - Stevenage is a sizeable town found to the north of London and within the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) within the Home Counties region, adjacent to the A1(M) motorway, it is home to a population of roughly 84,200 and was designated to be the 1st of the 'New Towns' in nineteen forty six with half a dozen self contained estates, the first of which was completed in 1951 (Stoney Hall and Monks Wood). But irrespective of its fairly new look, the area of Stevenage does have an ancient heritage and is built adjacent to where the Baldock to Saint Albans (Verulanium) road, built by the Romans ran, Stevenage was termed "Stigenace" in the 11th century Domesday Book.

War memorial, StevenageA History of Stevenage - In addition to its closeness to the Roman road, remains discovered in places around Stevenage provide evidence of its earlier story in long gone, unrecorded years. In fact in the course of construction work on the Chells Manor area, a considerable hoard of more than two thousand silver Roman coins was exposed, which came after finds of several Saxon and Roman antiquities during the building of the New Town itself. The Saxons of course followed the demise of the Roman occupation and their community was established close to the area where the first genuine village emerged. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was the Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", at the time the Domesday Book was written, and later in 1281 Stevenage became a town in the correct sense of the word, when it was issued a charter permitting it to hold a weekly market, and also, a yearly "fair", a special event that is still organised in modern times.

The Church of St Nicholas, the parish church of Stevenage was started during the 12th C, and somewhat remodelled in the 15th century, when a clerestory was added as well as extremely decorative carvings and woodwork. The very first Grammar School was launched by Thomas Alleyne in the mid-16th C, and this remained until the late 20th century. Almost all the town's wealth came from stage coach passengers on the North Road, with plenty of coaching inns being built in Stevenage to provide for all the stage coaches that travelled through through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (up to twenty one each day). 1857 heralded the appearance of the train and the end of stagecoaches was at hand, in fact causing a slowing down of expansion for the town.

Tourist Attractions in and Near Stevenage - Among the many most well liked visitor attractions in and around Stevenage are Knebworth House (a couple of miles from Stevenage), a fine fifteenth century Gothic manor house, controlled by the Lytton family, & its grounds used more recently for a major once-a-year rock and pop festival, Fairlands Valley Park boasting many pursuits like its climbing wall, water sports, angling and paddling pools, and the Stevenage Museum, where you can find information about the background of Stevenage and surrounding areas.

You could also visit: The Priory Lido, Baldock Museum, Scotts Grotto, Stanborough Reed Marsh, Big Space Indoor Play Centre, British Schools Museum (Hitchin), Cromer Windmill, Hoo Hill Maze, Benington High Wood, Welwyn Roman Baths, Fairlands Valley Park, Logans Den, Mill Green Mill Museum, Verulamium Museum, DJ's Jungle Adventure Soft Centre, Ridlins Mire, Howard Park Gardens, Hitchin Swimming Centre, Stockwood Discovery Centre, Benington Lordship Gardens, Wain Wood, Church Farm, Stocking Springs Wood, Woodys Barn, Super Karts, Gosling Park, Forge Museum, Lemsford Springs, Go Wild at the Galleria, Potstop, Birchwood Area, Gosling Sports Ski and Board Park, Datchworth Museum, Purwell Ninesprings, Water Hall Farm, First Garden City Heritage Museum, Fanshawe Pool, Jungle Mania Centre, Hatfield Swim Centre, Willowmead, Pioneer Skatepark, Walkern Gallery, Hitchin Lavender, Hitchin Museum, Willows Farm, Waterford Heath.

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Gaylor Way, Dove Road, Colestrete Close, Whomerley Road, Humber Court, Bedwell Crescent, Martins Way, Bernhardt Crescent, Bude Crescent, Long Leaves, Middlesborough Close, Flinders Close, Hedgerow Close, Dunn Close, Old Chantry Lane, Turner Close, Lintott Close, Leggett Grove, Lister Close, Frobisher Drive, Gloucester Close, Wedgwood Way, Watson Road, Pollard Gardens, Keats Close, Columbus Close, Anderson Road, Sheringham Avenue, Fortuna Close, Avon Drive, Drakes Drive, Broadwater Lane, Exchange Road, Bedwell Park, Aspect One, Hadwell Close, Lincoln Road, The Pastures, Titmus Close, Elm Walk, Wedgewood Park, Whitesmead Road, Medalls Link, Pryor Court, Fairview Road, Pacatian Way, Nash Close, Symonds Green Lane, Broadhall Way, Mozart Court, Mackenzie Square.

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