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Location: Hertfordshire, England, UK.

Postcode: SG

Dialling Code: 01438

Population: 84,200 (2011)

Stevenage - Stevenage is a large town located to the north of the city of London and within the county of Hertfordshire (Herts) part of the Home Counties region, beside the A1(M) motorway, it houses a populace of around 85,000 and was selected as the 1st of the 'New Towns' in the nineteen forties composed of half a dozen self contained estates, the earliest of which was completed in nineteen fifty one (Stoney Hall and Monks Wood). But irrespective of its comparatively new appearance, the area of Stevenage has an early the historical past and sits adjacent to where the Verulanium (St Albans) to Baldock Roman road ran, it was listed as "Stigenace" in the 1086 Domesday Book.

War memorial, StevenageA Short History of Stevenage - Aside from its close proximity to a Roman road, antiquities found in the Stevenage area present proof of its early historical past in long gone, undocumented times. Indeed at the time of construction work on the Chells Manor area, an enormous hoard in excess of 2,000 Roman silver coins was dug up, this came after the discovery of various Roman artifacts during the building of the New Town. The Saxons naturally followed the downfall of the Roman Empire and their camp was built around the area where the 1st actual village evolved. The Abbott of Westminster Abbey was the Lord of the Manor of "Stigenace", by the time the Domesday Book was written, and some time later in 1281 it became a town proper, when it was awarded a charter to hold a market every week, and additionally, a once a year "fair", a celebration that's still organised in modern times.

The Church of St Nicholas, Stevenage's parish church was first built in the 12th C, and was appreciably improved during the fifteenth century, when a clerestory was added and some highly ornamental wood work and carvings. The original Grammar School was founded by Thomas Alleyne in the mid-sixteenth century, and this was around up until the later part of the 20th C. Most of the the prosperity of the town came from those travelling on the Great North Road, for lots of coaching inns being established in the town to serve the many stage coaches which travelled by during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (as many as twenty one each day). 1857 heralded the arrival of the train and the downfall of stage coaches was nigh, in actual fact resulting in a slowing down of expansion for the town.

Places of Interest in & Near Stevenage - Some of the most well liked attractions in and around Stevenage are Knebworth House (a couple of miles from Stevenage), an exceptional 15th C country house, owned by the Lytton family, & the grounds used more recently for a rock & pop festival, Fairlands Valley Park with its countless activities and facilities like its climbing wall, sailing, fishing and kid's paddling pools, & the Stevenage Museum, where you may check out the heritage of the town and nearby villages and towns.

You could also visit: Blagrove Common, Hartham Leisure Centre, DJ's Jungle Adventure Soft Centre, Shaws Corner, Welwyn Roman Baths, Forge Museum, Mill Green Mill Museum, Space 2 Play, Jungle Mania Centre, Gosling Park, First Garden City Heritage Museum, Water Hall Farm, Hertfordshire Village, Benington High Wood, Leventhorpe Pool, Hertfordshire Gallery, Scotts Grotto, Luton Village, Pots Art Ceramics Studio (Hitchin), AMF Hollywood Bowl Stevenage, Pioneer Skatepark, Hatfield Swim Centre, Fairlands Valley Park, Datchworth Museum, Old Albans Treasure Trail, Go Wild at the Galleria, Cromer Windmill, Wargame Paintball, Grange Paddocks Pool, Hitchin Lavender, Stanborough Reed Marsh, Ridlins Mire, Sunshine Riding School, Letchworth Museum, Denington Gallery, Hitchin Centre, Birchwood Area, Stockwood Discovery Centre, Potstop, Futures Fun Factory, Tewin Orchard, Standalone Farm, Little Rascals Party Centre, Tewinbury, Woodys Barn, Hitchin Museum.

A selection of Stevenage streets and roads: Jessop Road, Fairlands Way, Wornham Avenue, Ingleside Drive, Minerva Close, Nightingale Walk, The Ridings, Torquay Crescent, Bridge Road West, Greydells Road, Cannix Close, Sheringham Avenue, Blyth Close, Daltry Road, Hayward Close, Oxleys Road, Broom Walk, Chepstow Close, Broadview, James Way, Wortham Way, Holly Copse, Symonds Green Road, Colwyn Close, Frobisher Drive, Knights Templars Green, Lulworth Close, Linkways East, Apollo Way, Tates Way, Great Ashby Way, Colestrete, Shepherds Lane, Headingley Close, The Spur, Arnold Close, Blakeney Road, Lister Close, Ditchmore Lane, Swingate, Lingfield Road, Newton Road, Victoria Close, Old Bourne Way, Newlyn Close, Morgan Close, Grass Meadows, Boulton Road, Harvest Lane, Columbus Close, Hayfield.

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