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Location: Hertfordshire (Herts), Home Counties, United Kingdom.

Postcode: SG

Dialling Code: 01438

Population: 84,200 (2011)

Stevenage - Stevenage is a largish town placed north of the capital within the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) part of the Home Counties region, adjacent to the A1 (M), it is home to a populace of roughly 84,000 and was selected as the very first of the 'New Towns' in the mid-nineteen forties with half a dozen self contained communities, the 1st of which was completed in nineteen fifty one (Stoney Hall and Monks Wood). But notwithstanding its ostensibly new appearance, the town of Stevenage has an early history and is built close to where the Baldock to Verulanium (Saint Albans) road, built by the Romans ran, Stevenage was known as "Stigenace" in the Domesday Book (1086).

War memorial, StevenageA Short History of the Town - As well as its nearness to a Roman road, antiquities found in areas around Stevenage present verification of its early story in long past, undocumented times. Indeed in the course of building on the Chells Manor area, a massive hoard in excess of two thousand silver Roman coins was dug up, this followed discoveries of countless Saxon and Roman relics at the time of the building of the New Town itself. The Anglo-Saxons naturally followed the collapse of the Roman occupation and their community was established close to the spot where the first real village grew. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", as the Domesday Book was compiled, and later in 1281 it became an real town, when it was granted its charter to hold a weekly market, and also, a once a year "fair", a special event that is still held even now.

The St Nicholas Church, the parish church of Stevenage was begun during the twelfth century, and was somewhat enhanced in the 15th C, at which time a clerestory was added as well as highly elaborate carvings and wood work. The 1st Grammar School was founded by Thomas Alleyne in the mid-16th century, and this remained in existence up until the late 20th century. Almost all the the prosperity of the town came from travellers taking the Great North Road, for lots of inns becoming established in the town to provide for the large number of stagecoaches that passed throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (up to twenty one per day). 1857 heralded the arrival of the railway and the decline of stage coaches was nigh, in actual fact leading to a slow down of expansion for the town.

Stevenage Things to Do - Amongst the most well loved visitor attractions in & near Stevenage are Knebworth House (a couple of mls from Stevenage), a fine 15th C manor house, historically owned by the Lytton family, and the grounds utilised more recently for a significant annual rock festival, Fairlands Valley Park providing numerous pursuits like its state of the art climbing wall, sailing, angling and paddling pools, and the Stevenage Museum, where you can learn about the past history of Stevenage and neighbouring locations.

You could also visit: Mill Green Mill Museum, Wargame Paintball, Blagrove Common, Gosling Sports Ski and Board Park, 360 Play, Hertfordshire Village, Futures Fun Factory, Adventure Island Playbarn, Lemsford Springs, Walkern Gallery, Fanshawe Pool, Rollercity, Pioneer Skatepark, Knebworth Gardens Park, Church Farm, British Schools Museum (Hitchin), Stevenage Lazer Planet, Willows Farm, Pryors Wood, Little Rascals Party Centre, Space 2 Play, Luton Village, Scotts Grotto, Woodys Barn, Water Hall Farm, North Centre, Go Wild at the Galleria, Leventhorpe Pool, Stocking Springs Wood, Shaws Corner, Potstop, Stevenage Museum, Hertfordshire Gallery, Hartham Leisure Centre, AMF Hollywood Bowl Stevenage, Hatfield Swim Centre, Laser Kombat Stevenage, Welwyn Roman Baths, Hitchin Museum, Big Space Indoor Play Centre, Birchwood Area, Cromer Windmill, Hitchin Centre, Letchworth Outdoor Pool, Logans Den, Pots Art Ceramics Studio (Hitchin).

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Leaves Spring, Cameron Close, Trajan Gate, Gresley Way, Shepherds Lane, Meadow Way, Titmus Close, Mozart Court, Rookery Yard, Cabot Close, Newton Road, Newbury Close, Daltry Road, Wornham Avenue, Pacatian Way, Hunters Close, Shephall View, Priestly Road, Bessemer Drive, Shire Court, Nash Close, Monks View, Morgan Close, Gunnels Wood Road, Potters Lane, Coreys Mill Lane, Knights Templars Green, Chequers Bridge Road, Siddons Road, Manchester Close, Fortuna Close, Keller Close, Verity Way, Symonds Green Lane, Flinders Close, Beale Close, Minerva Close, Made Feld, Douglas Drive, Swingate, Haycroft Road, Sandown Road, Beech Drive, Greenways, Webb Rise, Whittington Lane, The Close, Ripon Road, Salisbury Road, Hitchin Road, Leggett Grove.

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