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Location of Thetford: Norfolk, Eastern England, Eastern England, UK.

Post Code for Thetford: IP24-26

Dialling Code for Thetford: 01842

Thetford Population: 21,588 (2011 Census)

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Thetford: TL8783

Thetford Norfolk A Travellers Guide - The Historical Royal Home of Boudica and King James the First: Thetford is a medium-sized town that's set within the forest parks that bear its name and is positioned on the principal A11 route between Norwich and Cambridge. With a population of just under twenty two thousand people, it is a pretty market town having a history spanning back around 2 millennia.

Boudica or Boadicea, was Queen of the Iceni by marriage to King Prasutagus in the 1st century AD. Their tribe ruled over the area of Britain we currently refer to as East Anglia, and the seat of their power was around the forests of Thetford. From here they engaged in raids against the Romans till the time their capers were terminated by order of the Roman Emperor. Thetford stayed an important town following the fall of Boudica and it has been in continuous occupation to some extent since this time. In nineteen seventy nine a treasure hoard was discovered near to the town that had been buried since the fourth century. That array of Celtic spoons, pendants, gold finger rings and other items is on display in the British Museum (London) and is among the most valuable finds in the country.

Bridge over the Little Ouse - - 1028483The town of Thetford lies at the union of 2 rivers, the River Little Ouse and the River Thet (which it was named after). It was an essential traversing point for travellers wishing to venture into the East of England and the Thet ford crossing (ford) was adopted as the title of the town which was built here in order to provide for the tired and thirsty travellers. These days Thetford continues to be chosen as a suitable halting point for travellers on the A11 offering a selection of coffee shops and restaurants to select from if you want to avoid using the motorway type services and fast food outlets found on the service areas and roundabouts of the Cambridge to Norwich road.

The stunning stone structures in Thetford town centre include the enchanting King's House which was once the royal residence of King James I. The house and its considerable gardens were given to the citizens of the town by George W. Staniforth who wished to ensure that there was a space that all the towns' people could enjoy. The main building is employed by the Town Council while the King's House Gardens are accessible to everybody and are a favourite location for wedding pictures within the beautifully designed gardens. A further amazing building is placed on White Hart St and known as the Ancient House Museum, it is a classic oak-framed Tudor merchant's house which now has on display reproductions of the aforementioned Thetford Treasure and more exhibits regarding local history.

Market days are Tuesdays and Saturdays in Thetford and stalls that are set up in Market Place draw several thousand visitors each week who go there to buy the freshest produce from local farmers and other local stallholders. Parking isn't easy on these days, consequently make sure that you get here first to grab your car parking place. The positioning of the markets have been the same ever since the town was granted its charter to have a market in the 1800s so when you gaze around at the Norfolk flint walls and wooden framed buildings you may actually be aware of the history of the town all around you. If you do come along on Market Day and require a rest from the buying frenzy, why not pop along to the Old Fire Station in Cage Lane for an old fashioned experience. The BBC TV comedy, "Dad's Army" set in the fictional town of Walmington-On-Sea, but do you realize that some of the external scenes were recorded in and near to Thetford. The Old Fire Station today is home to the wonderful Dad's Army Museum with numerous exhibits from the TV show plus it makes available guided tours of Thetford that include an opportunity to sit next to Captain Mainwaring himself, or at least a statue of his character that was unveiled in 2007.

When you like your free time to be slightly more thrilling then merely 10 miles to the east of Thetford is Snetterton Circuit. At Snetterton it's possible to be involved in race days, supercar experiences and test your abilities with both 2 and 4 wheeled vehicles on the legendary high speed race track. Having a jammed calendar abundant in events for true petrol heads, it is an amazing outing only a few minutes from Thetford town centre.

As a rural area, the town is blessed with some of the United Kingdom's darkest skies that make it the ultimate choice of location for stargazing. Each year, close to Thetford, the Autumn Equinox Festival of Astronomy takes place and draws in a large number of professional and amateur astronomers due to its lack of light pollution and convenient accessibility from all around the United Kingdom. Often known as the "Thetford Star Party" this can be a brilliant way to understand more about astronomy from the professionals and experience the wonders of the Universe in all its glory.

Accessing Thetford has usually been a simple task mainly because it has stood as the gateway to Norfolk for centuries. The recent updating of the A11 to a dual carriageway has made traveling by automobile or bus easier and quicker and Norwich city can be driven to in just 30 minutes and even London, 86 miles (140km kilometers) southwards is still within an acceptable driving distance for a days excursion. Thetford town is accessible by rail and is linked using a direct service between Cambridge and Norwich along with links to Nottingham, Sheffield, Manchester and London.

The closest airport terminal is at Norwich, 60 kms (37 miles) east of Thetford, alternatively for more pick of airplane routes throughout Europe and beyond, Stansted Airport is barely 50 miles southwards along the M11 motorway and can also be reached in less than an hour and a half by an effective and rapid railway service that halts right by the airport terminal.

A selection of Thetford streets and roads: Spindle Drive, St Mary's Crescent, Speedwell Close, St Giles' Lane, St Martin's Way, Elgin Way, Elizabeth Watling Close, Parkview, Jellicoe Place, Wheatacres, Clover Way, Ash Close, Sloane Way, Bury Road, Mallow Road, Icknield Close, Almond Grove, New England Way, Glebe Close, Gloucester Way, Allison's Close, Shelley Way, Salisbury Way, Ulfkell Road, Priory Park, Keats Close, Leyland Close, Tottington Close, Borage Close, New Road, Thyme Close, Earls' Street, Peter Drive, Hillary Road, Water Lane, Woodlands Close, Monksgate, Benet Close, Rosecroft Way, Rutherford Way, Lincoln Way, Stanford Road, Fison Way, Anne Boleyn Close, Sturston Close, Nether Row, Boston End, Elm Road, Crown House Close, Amelia Opie Way, Lavender Court.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Thetford: Bressingham Steam Experience, Church Farm Stow Bardolph, Larkwood fishery, Anglia Karting Centre, Banham Zoo, Thetford Priory, Mildenhall Museum, Bike Art, Wangford Warren, Wizard Balloons at Nowton Park, Gooderstone Water Gardens & Nature Trail, Paint Pots, Barton Mill, Melsop Farm Park, Norfolk Tank Museum, Hulabaloos, Market Weston Fen, Fun 2 Play, Dads Army Museum, Go Ape at Thetford Forest, Moyse's Hall Museum, Congo Rapids Adventure Golf, Bury Bowl, Monsters Ltd Indoor Play Centre, Kelk Meadows, Thelnetham Fen, Lakenheath Poors Fen, Chimney Mill Gallery, Curve Motion, Burwell Museum, Green Britain Centre.

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