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Location: Hertfordshire, England, UK.

Postcode: SG

Dialling Code: 01438

Population: 84,200 (2011)

Stevenage - Stevenage is a largish town placed north of the city of London in the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) within the Home Counties region, just off the A1 (M), it is home to a populace of around 84,000 and was chosen as the 1st of the 'New Towns' in the nineteen forties with six independent neighbourhoods, the first of which was completed in nineteen fifty one (Monks Wood and Stoney Hall). But despite its ostensibly new appearance, the town of Stevenage does have an ancient heritage and stands near to where the Verulanium (St Albans) to Baldock road, built by the Romans ran, Stevenage was labelled "Stigenace" in the 11th century Domesday Book.

War memorial, StevenageA History of Stevenage - Besides its proximity to the Roman road, antiquities discovered in the Stevenage local area present evidence of its early story in long gone, unrecorded years. Indeed in the course of house building on the Chells Manor area, a huge hoard of more than 2,000 silver Roman coins was unearthed, this followed finds of countless Saxon and Roman antiquities during the construction of the New Town itself. The Saxons of course followed the downfall of the Roman occupation and their camp was set up close to the place where the first actual village developed. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", at the time the Domesday Book was written, and later on in twelve eighty one Stevenage became an actual town, when it was accorded a charter to hold a market each week, and in addition to this, a once a year "fair", an occasion which is still organised today.

The Church of St Nicholas, Stevenage's parish church was commenced during the 12th C, then was dramatically enhanced in the 15th century, at which time a clerestory was added as well as highly ornamental wood work and carvings. The first Grammar School was started by Thomas Alleyne in the mid-16th C, and this existed till the late 20th century. The majority of the the prosperity of the town resulted from those travelling on the North Road, with many coaching inns being established in Stevenage to serve all the stagecoaches which came by throughout the 18th and 19th centuries (as much as 21 per day). 1857 heralded the appearance of the train and the downfall of stage coaches was at hand, actually creating a slow down of expansion for the town.

Tourist Attractions in and Near Stevenage - Among the most well known points of interest in and around Stevenage are Knebworth House (about 2 mls from Stevenage), an excellent 15th C Gothic manor house, resided in by the Lytton family, & its grounds used since the seventies for a rock festival, Fairlands Valley Park featuring its a number of pursuits like its state of the art climbing wall, water sports, fishing & paddling pools, and the Stevenage Museum, where you will learn about the past history of the town & surrounding villages and towns.

You could also visit: Welwyn Roman Baths, Gosling Park, Ridlins Mire, Forge Museum, Stanborough Reed Marsh, Laser Kombat Stevenage, Logans Den, Pryors Wood, Hill End Pit, Stockwood Discovery Centre, 360 Play, Monkey Bizness Stevenage, Gosling Sports Ski and Board Park, Tewin Orchard, Baldock Museum, Waterford Heath, Shaws Corner, Museum of St Albans, Willows Farm, Datchworth Museum, Hertfordshire Gallery, Futures Fun Factory, Tewinbury, Fairlands Valley Park, Hoo Hill Maze, Hatfield House Park, Luton Village, The Priory Lido, Tumble Tent, Benington Lordship Gardens, East Herts Miniature Railway, Jungle Mania Centre, Letchworth Outdoor Pool, First Garden City Heritage Museum, Fanshawe Pool, Purwell Ninesprings, Hitchin Centre, Cromer Windmill, Rollercity, Letchworth Museum, Jurassic Golf, Pioneer Skatepark, Grange Paddocks Pool, Adventure Island Playbarn, Standalone Farm, Howard Park Gardens.

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Watson Road, East Reach, Ascot Crescent, Minehead Way, Pryor Court, Bridge Road, Popple Way, Gordian Way, Sandown Road, Warwick Road, Lawrence Avenue, Calder Way, Shackleton Spring, Pirton Close, Monks View, Hillmead, Rutherford Close, Ellis Avenue, Winchester Close, Chelsom Close, Rye Close, Douglas Drive, The Spinney, Lyndale, Knights Templars Green, Larkinson, Six Hills Way, Aspect One, Leaves Spring, Pankhurst Crescent, Mendip Way, Dunwich Farm, Danestrete, Valley Way, Canterbury Way, Edison Road, Constantine Close, Langthorne Avenue, Pollard Gardens, Bernhardt Crescent, Middlesborough Close, Brickkiln Road, Tacitus Close, Drapers Way, Wheatlands, York Road, Aldock Road, Back Lane, Titmus Close, Christie Road, Aintree Way.

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