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

Postcode for Thetford: IP24-26

Thetford Dialling Code: 01842

Population of Thetford: 21,588 (Census of 2011)

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Thetford: TL8783

Thetford East Anglia A Visitors Guide - The Ancient Royal Home of King James and Boudica: Thetford is a modest town which is placed within the forest parks which share its name and it is positioned on the key A11 highway between Cambridge and Norwich. Having a population of just under 21,588 people, it is an attractive market town having a heritage going back nearly 2,000 years.

Boudica or Boadicea, was Queen of the Iceni by her marriage to King Prasutagus in the mid 1st century AD. The Iceni tribe inhabited the area of England that we now refer to as East Anglia, and the seat of their power was located among the the Thetford Forest. It was from there that they conducted raids upon the Romans till the time their activities were quashed by order of the Roman Emperor. Thetford stayed an important town in spite of the demise of their King and Queen and has been constantly populated to some measure since this time era. In 1979 a hoard of treasure was dug up not far from the town which dated back to the fourth century. The collection of Celtic spoons, gold rings, pendants, necklaces and additional items is presently on display in the British Museum (London) and is one of the most valuable finds in Great Britain.

Bridge over the Little Ouse - - 1028483The town is located at the meeting place of two rivers, the River Little Ouse and the River Thet (which it was named after). It was a key crossing for travellers looking to journey into East Anglia and the Thet ford crossing (ford) was therefore used as the title of the town which was built there in order to provide for the thirsty and tired travellers. In modern times the town still is utilized as a suitable stopping place for travellers using the A11 road and offers numerous restaurants and coffee shops to select from if you wish to avoid the motorway style services and fast food outlets that line the roundabouts and service areas of the main road that links Cambridge and Norwich.

The attractive stone structures of the town centre of Thetford include for instance the memorable King's House which was once the royal palace of James I. The substantial gardens and the palace were presented to the inhabitants of the town by George Staniforth (a retired businessman) who wanted to ensure that there was an area which the towns' people could benefit from. The Town Council use the principal building and the King's House Gardens are accessible to all and they are a favourite location for wedding photographs in the tastefully designed gardens. Another fine structure is set on White Hart St in the shape of the Ancient House Museum, it is an early oak-framed Tudor merchant's house which now holds reproductions of the aforementioned Thetford Treasure and various displays about the local history of Thetford.

Tuesdays and Saturdays are market days in Thetford and stalls showing their goods on the main square bring thousands of visitors each week who come to stock up on produce from local farmers and other stallholders. Car parking is at a premium on these days, therefore make certain you turn up early to obtain a parking spot. The position of the markets have remained constant since the town was awarded its charter to have a market in the 1800s and when gazing around at the oak framed buildings and Norfolk flint walls you can almost feel the history of the town all around you. If ever you choose to show up on Market Day in Thetford and need an escape from the shops, perhaps you should pay a visit to Cage Lane and the Old Fire Station for an old fashioned treat. The BBC TV comedy, "Dad's Army" set in the fictional Walmington-on-Sea, but were you aware that most of the exterior clips were recorded in and close to Thetford. The Old Fire Station in Cage Ln these days houses the brilliant Dad's Army Museum with a lot of exhibits from the TV show and in addition it puts on guided tours of the town that include a chance to sit beside Captain Mainwaring, or in fact a statue of his character that was unveiled in 2007.

Should you prefer your recreational time to be somewhat more high-octane then merely ten miles to the east lies Snetterton Circuit. Here you're able to be involved in race days, supercar experiences that will test out your abilities with both 2 and 4 wheeled cars on the high speed race track. With a packed calendar abundant in events for true petrol heads, it actually is a fantastic day out and only a short journey from Thetford town centre.

As a rural community, the town experiences some of the darkest skies in the British Isles which make it the most perfect site for observing celestial activities. The Autumn Equinox Festival of Astronomy is held near Thetford annually and attracts many hundreds of professional and amateur astronomers because of its minimal light pollution and simple accessibility from all around the British Isles. Generally known as the "Thetford Star Party" it can be a great way to discover about astronomy from professionals and view the magic of the Universe.

Travelling to the town has long been an easy task mainly because it has stood as the gateway to East Anglia for many 100s of years. The most recent improving of the A11 to dual carriageway has meant journeying by car or coach easier and faster and Norwich can be gotten to in just half an hour and even London, eighty six miles (one hundred forty kilometers) to the south is still within a reasonable driving distance for a days visit. The town of Thetford is serviced by a main line railway and is linked using the direct service between Norwich and Cambridge and also providing routes to London, Manchester, Sheffield and Nottingham.

The closest international airport is located in Norwich, 60 kilometres (37 miles) to the east, or for even more selection of airplane routes to Europe and beyond, Stansted Airport is only eighty kms south down the M11 and can also be gotten to in less than ninety minutes by an efficient and swift rail service that stops beside the air terminal.

A selection of Thetford streets and roads: Anne Boleyn Close, Queensway, St Margaret's Crescent, Ethelreda Drive, St Martin's Way, Burrell Way, Hardy Close, Anna Sewell Close, The Covert, London Road, Coney Close, Autumn Close, Campion Road, St Mary's Court, Canon's Close, Hazel Covert, Caxton Way, Ford Street, Beatty Close, Mountbatten Close, Fennel Way, Sturdee Close, Market Place, Melford Bridge Road, Eliot Close, Frobisher Close, Valerian Rise, Edinburgh Way, Melford Court, Boston End, Buckenham Way, Coventry Way, Orchard Way, Sundew Close, Woodlark Close, St Michael's Close, Ripon Way, Montpelier Drive, Leyland Close, Pennycress Drive, Guildford Way, Highlands, Wagtail Way, The Link, Benbow Road, Spindle Drive, St Barnabas Close, Lavender Court, Mackenzie Road, Juniper Close, Fisher Way.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Thetford: Ely Spy Mission Treasure Trail, Norfolk Tank Museum, Hulabaloos, Whiterails Livery Yard, High Lodge Thetford Forest Centre, Market Weston Fen, Paint Pots, Lackford Lakes, Wizard Balloons at Nowton Park, Bury Bowl, National Dragonfly Project, Kelk Meadows, Thelnetham Windmill, Thetford Art Gallery, Suffolk Regiment Museum, Wayland Wood, Wild Tracks, Go Ape at Thetford Forest, Bike Art, Stonham Barns Crazy Golf, Scribbles Ceramics, Pashford Poors Fen, Breckland Leisure Centre, Fun 2 Play, Curve Motion, Monsters Ltd Indoor Play Centre, Treetops Soft Play, Thetford Warren Lodge, Grimes Graves, Banham Zoo, Weeting Castle.

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