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Location: Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom.

Postcode: SG

Dialling Code: 01438

Population: 84,200 (2011)

Stevenage - Stevenage is a medium sized town found north of London in the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) part of the Home Counties region, just off the A1 (M), it is home to a populace of approximately 85,000 and was chosen as the 1st of the 'New Towns' in nineteen forty six composed of 6 independent neighbourhoods, the first of which was completed in nineteen fifty one (Monks Wood and Stoney Hall). Yet regardless of its obviously new appearance, the town has an early the historical past and grew adjacent to where the Verulanium (St Albans) to Baldock Roman road ran, it was called "Stigenace" in the Domesday Book of 1086.

War memorial, StevenageA Brief History of the Town - Aside from its closeness to a Roman road, artefacts uncovered in the Stevenage vicinity provide verification of its earlier history in long gone, undocumented days. Indeed at the time of house building on the Chells Manor estate, a significant hoard of more than two thousand silver Roman coins was found, that came after the discovery of numerous Roman and Saxon relics during the building of the New Town. The Anglo-Saxons obviously came after the end of the Roman Empire and their camp was founded close to the place where the first true village grew. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", as the Domesday Book was written, and later on in 1281 Stevenage became a proper town, when it was granted its charter enabling it to hold a market every week, and also, a yearly "fair", a special event which is still put on in these modern times.

The St Nicholas Church, Stevenage's parish church was first built in the twelfth century, then was greatly improved during the 15th C, at which time a clerestory was added as well as remarkably ornamental wood work and carvings. The first Grammar School was founded by Thomas Alleyne in the mid-16th C, and this was around till the later part of the twentieth century. The vast majority of the riches of the town resulted from travellers taking the Great North Road, with plenty of coaching inns being built in the town to provide for all the stage coaches that travelled by throughout the 18th and 19th centuries (as much as 21 each day). 1857 heralded the appearance of the train and the demise of the stage coach was at hand, in fact resulting in a slow down of progression for the town.

Stevenage Attractions - Among the many most well known visitor attractions in and around Stevenage are Knebworth House (around 2 mls from Stevenage), an exceptional fifteenth century Gothic country house, controlled by the Lytton family, and its grounds utilised more recently for a rock & pop festival, Fairlands Valley Park boasting many activities like its state of the art climbing wall, water sports, fishing & paddling pools, and the Stevenage Museum, where you may get facts about the background of the town and neighbouring towns and village.

You could also visit: Potstop, Baldock Museum, Scotts Grotto, Cromer Windmill, Wain Wood, Luton Village, 360 Play, Walkern Gallery, Fairlands Valley Park, AMF Hollywood Bowl Stevenage, Fanshawe Pool, Boxfield Gallery, Welwyn Roman Baths, Hitchin Museum, Monkey Bizness Stevenage, Hatfield House Park, Verulamium Museum, Benington Lordship Gardens, Hitchin Lavender, Leventhorpe Pool, Pots Art Ceramics Studio (Hitchin), North Centre, Howard Park Gardens, Hertfordshire Village, Tewin Orchard, Letchworth Outdoor Pool, Hoo Hill Maze, Stevenage Museum, Tewinbury, Letchworth Museum, Gosling Sports Ski and Board Park, Ridlins Mire, Old Albans Treasure Trail, British Schools Museum (Hitchin), Super Karts, Pioneer Skatepark, Bishops Stortford Museum, Stocking Springs Wood, First Garden City Heritage Museum, Wargame Paintball, Forge Museum, Sherrards Wood, Blagrove Common, Knebworth Gardens Park, Adventure Island Playbarn, Waterford Heath.

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Pankhurst Crescent, Iona Close, Church Lane, Cabot Close, Wedgwood Way, Hudson Road, Church Mews, Shephall View, Aylward Drive, Beane Walk, Titmus Close, Minehead Way, Bell Lane, Breakspear, Bawdsey Close, Newcastle Close, Kilby Road, The Grange, Shoreham Close, Chouler Gardens, Alleyns Road, Cornfields, Augustus Gate, Pound Avenue, Upper Sean, Lingfield Road, Rudd Close, Howarde Court, Cavendish Road, Senate Place, Albert Street, Nash Close, West Close, Elm Walk, Harper Court, Old Bourne Way, Columbus Close, Newbury Close, Brox Dell, Hydean Way, Faraday Road, Telford Avenue, Kings Way, Baddeley Close, Kennett Way, Pollard Gardens, Garden Walk, Wortham Way, Great Ashby Way, Marshgate, Hyde Green North.

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The above factfile should be helpful for neighbouring parishes such as: Broadwater, Stapleford, Hitchin, Dane End, Codicote, Welwyn, Titmore Green, Weston, Walkern, St Paul's Walden, Tewin, Graveley, Bragbury End, Bramfield, Woolmer Green, Kimpton, King's Walden, Standon, Welwyn Garden City, Puckeridge, Willian, Cottered, Chapmore End, Aston, Old Knebworth, Ickleford, Benington, Offley, Whitwell, Sacombe, Westmill, Collier's End, Preston, Ardeley, Langley, Little Wymondley, Baldock, St Ippolyts, Hall's Green, Letchworth Garden City, Buntingford, Shephall, Oaklands, Watton at Stone, Knebworth, Datchworth. STREET MAP - WEATHER