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Thetford Location: Breckland Norfolk, East of England, Eastern England, United Kingdom.

Post Code for Thetford: IP24-26

Thetford Dialling Code: 01842

Thetford Population: 21,588 (Census 2011)

Thetford Ordnance Survey Map Reference: TL8783

Thetford Norfolk A Travelers Guide - The Historical Royal Home of Boudica and King James I: Thetford is a smallish town that's located within the forest parks that bear its name and it is located on the major A11 route between Cambridge and Norwich. Having a populace of just under 21,588 inhabitants, Thetford is a lively market town with a history stretching back nearly two thousand years.

Boadicea or Boudica, was Queen of the Iceni through her marriage to King Prasutagus in the 1st century. Their tribe, the Iceni, lived in the English area that we now refer to as East Anglia, their seat of power was established amidst the Thetford Forest. From here they engaged in raids on the Roman invaders till their actions were crushed on orders of the Roman Emperor. Thetford stayed a significant town following the fall of Boudica and has been in constant occupation in some form since this era. In the late 1970s a treasure hoard was found close to the town that hails from the the 4th century. The hoard of Celtic pendants, gold finger rings, inscribed and various items is on permanent display in the London's British Museum and is among the most significant finds in the United Kingdom.

Bridge over the Little Ouse - geograph.org.uk - 1028483The town can be found at the conjunction of two rivers, the Thet after which it was named and the River Little Ouse. It was an important crossing for travellers needing to journey into the East of England and the Thet ford crossing was subsequently chosen as the title of the town which grew up here to supply the thirsty and weary travellers. In today's times the town continues to be a fitting resting place for travellers using the A11 and offers lots of cafes and eating places from which to pick if you want to avoid using the fast food outlets and motorway type services found on the services and roundabouts of the main road.

The interesting stone structures of the town centre include for instance the picturesque King's House at one time the royal residence of King James the First. The substantial gardens and the palace were given to the people of Thetford by George Staniforth (a retired businessman) who desired to ensure that there was a space that all towns' people could take pleasure in. The Town Council use the primary building and the King's House Gardens are open to all and are also a favoured position for wedding pictures amid the attractively designed gardens. Another fine structure is found on White Hart Street in the shape of the Ancient House Museum, it is a classic oak-framed Tudor merchant's house which now holds replicas of the aforementioned Thetford Treasure and additional exhibits regarding the local history of the area.

Market days are Tuesdays and Saturdays in Thetford and stalls that are set up in Market Place attract a large number of visitors every week who go there to purchase the freshest produce from farmers and other traders. Car parking isn't easy on these days, therefore make sure you arrive there ahead of time to reserve a car parking spot. The positioning of the market has remained unaltered ever since Thetford was awarded its charter to hold a market in the seventeenth century so when looking around at the timber framed buildings and flint walls you may virtually feel the history of the town around you. If you do show up on Market Day in Thetford and want a break from the shopping, perhaps you should head over to the Old Fire Station in Cage Lane for an old fashioned treat. The BBC TV comedy show, "Dad's Army" set in the imaginary town of Walmington-On-Sea, but do you know that most of the external clips were filmed in and around the town of Thetford. The Old Fire Station presently houses the superb Dad's Army Museum with a lot of exhibits from the treasured show and it in addition makes available guided tours of the area which feature a chance to sit alongside Captain Mainwaring, or in truth a statue of the character that was unveiled in 2007.

In case you like your leisure time to be somewhat more high-octane then only sixteen kilometers to the east of the town is Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit. Here you're able to experience race days, supercar experiences and test out your proficiency with both two and four wheeled motor vehicles on the high speed track. Having a jampacked calendar brimming with events for genuine petrol heads, it is a fantastic day out only a few minutes from Thetford town centre.

Being a rural location, Thetford experiences some of England's darkest skies which make it the perfect area for star-gazing. The Autumn Equinox Festival of Astronomy takes place close to Thetford each year and attracts hundreds of amateur and professional astronomers because of the lack of light pollution and easy accessibility from all around the United Kingdom. Best known as the "Thetford Star Party" it's a really brilliant way to learn more about astronomy from the professionals and discover the wonders of the Universe in all its glory.

Accessing the town has commonly been an easy task since it has stood as the main portal to the county of Norfolk for many years. The recent improving of the A11 road to dual carriageway has meant travelling by automobile or coach quicker and simpler and the city of Norwich can be got to in less than thirty minutes and even London, eighty six miles (one hundred forty kilometres) south is still within acceptable driving distances for a day visit. Thetford town is serviced by a main line railway station and is connected using a direct service between Norwich and Cambridge in addition to routes to Nottingham, Sheffield, Manchester and London.

The closest international airport can be found in Norwich, 60 kilometres (37 miles) east, alternatively for yet a bigger pick of airplane routes into Europe and beyond, Stansted Airport is just 50 miles south down the motorway (M11) and can also be attained in less than an hour and a half by an excellent and speedy railway service that stops beside the terminal.

A selection of Thetford streets and roads: Painter Street, Poppy Close, Rowan Close, Telford Way, Woodlands Drive, Caraway Road, Burns Close, Valerian Rise, Thyme Close, Warren Close, St John's Way, The Sidings, Faraday Place, Hill Fort Close, Minstergate, Heartsease Road, Woodruff Road, Edith Cavell Close, Exeter Way, Fisher Way, Kelvin Place, Bittern Close, Manse Court, Nunsgate, Earls' Street, Harebell Close, Guildford Way, St Albans Way, Fairfields, Ely Way, The Ouse Avenue, St Nicholas Street, Ripon Way, Catherine Howard Close, Abbeygate, Queensway, Sweyn Close, Lime Kiln Lane, Keats Close, Orchard Way, Melford Court, Castleford Close, Watermill Green, Wordsworth Green, Dryden Close, Cunningham Close, St Mary's Court, Fulmerston Road, Brunel Way, Anna Gurney Close, Lambert's.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Thetford: Chimney Mill Gallery, Forest Park Riding Centre, Wangford Warren, Pashford Poors Fen, Gooderstone Water Gardens & Nature Trail, Stanton Windmill, Wyken Vineyard, Larkwood fishery, Suffolk Regiment Museum, National Dragonfly Project, Market Weston Fen, Suffolk Owl Sanctuary, Bardwell Windmill, Weeting Heath, Monsters Ltd Indoor Play Centre, Brandon Country Park, Waterworld and Breckland Leisure Centre, Go Ape Forest Segway, Pakenham Windmill, Ely Spy Mission Treasure Trail, Curious About Ely, Sedgeway Equestrian Centre, Go Ape Tree Top Junior, Wizard Balloons at Nowton Park, Fultons Shooting, Thelnetham Fen, Micklemere, Curve Motion, Hulabaloos, Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse, West Stow Country Park.

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