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Location: Hertfordshire, Home Counties, England, United Kingdom.

Postcode: SG

Dialling Code: 01438

Population: 84,200 (2011)

Stevenage - Stevenage is a medium sized town situated north of London in the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) part of the Home Counties region, beside the A1(M) motorway, it houses a population of about 85,000 and was selected to be the 1st of the 'New Towns' in the nineteen forties with half a dozen independent neighbourhoods, the 1st of which was finished in nineteen fifty one (Stoney Hall and Monks Wood). Yet regardless of its seemingly new look, Stevenage in reality has an ancient the historical past and sits adjacent to where the Baldock to Verulanium (Saint Albans) road, built by the Romans ran, Stevenage was called "Stigenace" in the Domesday Book of 1086.

War memorial, StevenageA Brief History of the Town - As well as its close proximity to a Roman road, antiquities uncovered in the Stevenage vicinity offer evidence of its earlier story in long gone, undocumented years. In fact during construction work on the Chells Manor area, a very large hoard in excess of 2,000 Roman silver coins was exposed, which followed discoveries of varied Saxon and Roman relics during the construction of the New Town itself. The Anglo-Saxons needless to say followed the decline of the Romans and their community was set up around the area where the 1st proper village grew. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was the Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", by the time the Domesday Book was written, and then in 1281 it became an genuine town, when it was granted its charter to hold a weekly market, and also, a once a year "fair", a special event that's still held in modern times.

The St Nicholas Church, Stevenage's parish church was first built in the 12th C, and then to some degree improved during the 15th century, at which time a clerestory was added along with some remarkably elaborate woodwork and carvings. The very first Grammar School was established by Thomas Alleyne in fifteen fifty eight, and this endured up until the late twentieth century. The vast majority of the riches of the town resulted from stage coach passengers on the North Road, with many inns being built in the town to serve the many stagecoaches that travelled through during the 18th and 19th centuries (as many as 21 each day). 1857 celebrated the appearance of the railway and the downfall of stage coaches was at hand, in actual fact creating a slow down of progression for the town.

Attractions in Stevenage - Some of the most well liked visitor attractions in & around Stevenage are Knebworth House (a couple of miles from Stevenage), a fine 15th C country house, lived in by the Lytton family, & the grounds used in recent times for a significant annual rock festival, Fairlands Valley Park providing a number of activities such as its state of the art climbing wall, water sports, angling and paddling pools, & the Stevenage Museum, where you will find information about the heritage of Stevenage and nearby places.

You could also visit: Howard Park Gardens, Luton Village, Benington Lordship Gardens, Hertfordshire Village, Willowmead, Boxfield Gallery, Hertfordshire Gallery, Stevenage Museum, Denington Gallery, Letchworth Outdoor Pool, DJ's Jungle Adventure Soft Centre, Futures Fun Factory, Willows Farm, Hertford Museum, Hitchin Lavender, Hill End Pit, Verulamium Museum, Benington High Wood, Go Wild at the Galleria, Baldock Museum, Rollercity, Tewinbury, Gosling Park, Hitchin Centre, Cromer Windmill, Sunshine Riding School, Grange Paddocks Pool, Jurassic Golf, Logans Den, Hatfield Swim Centre, Pots Art Ceramics Studio (Hitchin), First Garden City Heritage Museum, Space 2 Play, British Schools Museum (Hitchin), Woodys Barn, Church Farm, Purwell Ninesprings, Birchwood Area, Teamworks Karting Letchworth, Fanshawe Pool, Monkey Bizness Stevenage, Adventure Island Playbarn, Hoo Hill Maze, Little Rascals Party Centre, Welwyn Roman Baths, Old Albans Treasure Trail.

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Kings Walden Rise, Brunel Road, Hammond Close, Orchard Crescent, Guildford Close, Julian's Court, Graveley Road, Jessop Road, Grass Meadows, Ripon Road, Pike End, Calder Way, Lancaster Close, Hillside, Wetherby Close, Gloucester Close, Pirton Close, Townsend Mews, Burns Close, Hellards Road, Briardale, Olde Swann Court, Hudson Road, Miller Way, Raleigh Crescent, Exchange Road, Foster Close, Whitesmead Road, Old Chantry Lane, Chelsom Close, Vardon Road, Daltry Close, The Grove, Salisbury Road, Speke Close, Cartwright Road, Green Street, Kings Way, Rectory Lane, Fulton Close, Primett Road, Medalls Link, Peartree Way, Cavendish Road, Prestatyn Close, Abinger Close, Lulworth Close, Monarch Rise, Hilton Close, Angle Ways, The Ridings.

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