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Location: Hertfordshire, 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 and within the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) part of the Home Counties region, just off the A1(M) motorway, it houses a populace of approximately 84,000 and was chosen as the very first of the 'New Towns' in the mid-nineteen forties comprising six self contained estates, the 1st of which was completed in nineteen fifty one (Stoney Hall and Monks Wood). Even so regardless of its outwardly new look, the town of Stevenage in reality has an early heritage and lies near to where the Verulanium (Saint Albans) to Baldock Roman road ran, Stevenage was termed "Stigenace" in the 1086 Domesday Book.

War memorial, StevenageStevenage History - Aside from its nearness to a Roman road, artefacts unearthed in places around Stevenage deliver evidence of its early historical past in long gone, undocumented years. Indeed during building on the Chells Manor estate, a huge hoard in excess of 2,000 Roman coins was dug up, this came after the discovery of countless Roman and Saxon artifacts at the time of the construction of the New Town itself. The Anglo-Saxons naturally followed the downfall of the Roman Empire and their camp was founded close to the area where the 1st bona fide village grew. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", as the Domesday Book was written, and almost a century later in 1281 it became an true town, when it was given its charter enabling it to hold a market every week, as well as, a yearly "fair", a special event which is still organised today.

The Church of St Nicholas, the parish church of Stevenage was commenced during the twelfth century, then was dramatically remodelled during the fifteenth century, at which time a clerestory was added along with highly beautiful carvings and woodwork. The original Grammar School was started by Thomas Alleyne in 1558, and this persisted until the late twentieth century. The majority of the the wealth of the town came from stage coach passengers on the Great North Road, with numerous inns becoming built in the town to serve the great many stage coaches that travelled by during the 18th and 19th centuries (as much as 21 per day). 1857 heralded the coming of the train and the decline of the stage coach was at hand, in fact resulting in a slow down of progression for the town.

Stevenage Places of Interest - Some of the most well known places of interest in & near Stevenage are Knebworth House (about two mls from Stevenage), an exceptional 15th C manor house, controlled by the Lytton family, and the grounds used since 1974 for a significant annual rock and pop festival, Fairlands Valley Park with its quite a few pursuits like its state of the art climbing wall, water sports, angling and kid's paddling pools, & the Stevenage Museum, where you can investigate the past history of the town & adjoining villages & towns.

You could also visit: Grange Paddocks Pool, Hatfield House Park, Scotts Grotto, Gosling Park, Hartham Leisure Centre, Stocking Springs Wood, Stockwood Discovery Centre, Tewin Orchard, Hertfordshire Village, Little Rascals Party Centre, Benington High Wood, Denington Gallery, DJ's Jungle Adventure Soft Centre, Hatfield Swim Centre, Laser Kombat Stevenage, Leventhorpe Pool, First Garden City Heritage Museum, Sunshine Riding School, Jungle Mania Centre, British Schools Museum (Hitchin), Museum of St Albans, Bishops Stortford Museum, Tumble Tent, Water Hall Farm, Hitchin Lavender, Willowmead, Stevenage Museum, Letchworth Outdoor Pool, Futures Fun Factory, Verulamium Museum, Stanborough Reed Marsh, Mill Green Mill Museum, Super Karts, Blagrove Common, Hertfordshire Gallery, Hertford Museum, Hitchin Centre, Benington Lordship Gardens, North Centre, Gosling Sports Ski and Board Park, Pioneer Skatepark, Woodys Barn, Cromer Windmill, AMF Hollywood Bowl Stevenage, Ridlins Mire, Tewinbury.

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Webb Rise, Raleigh Crescent, Claymores, Chapman Road, Kilby Road, Shephall Green, Cuttys Lane, Archer Road, Jubilee Road, Boxberry Close, St Albans Link, Fairview Road, Sweyns Mead, Linkways West, Exeter Close, Caxton Way, Back Lane, Nash Close, Woodfield Road, Alexander Gate, Garden Walk, Albert Street, Green Street, Exchange Road, The Grove, Lincoln Road, Pound Avenue, Kessingland Avenue, Drakes Drive, Gates Way, Stanley Road, Rectory Croft, Newbury Close, Conifer Walk, Wansbeck Close, Nightingale Walk, Senate Place, Tees Close, Mathews Close, Jupiter Gate, Mendip Way, Chalkdown, Rowan Crescent, Foster Close, Unwin Road, Bessemer Drive, Larwood Grove, Swingate, Trumper Road, Weston Road, Harvest Lane.

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