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

Post Code for Thetford: IP24-26

Thetford Dialling Code: 01842

Population of Thetford: 21,588 (2011 Census)

Thetford Ordnance Survey Map Reference: TL8783

Thetford East Anglia A Visitors Guide - The Historical Royal Home of King James and Boudica: Thetford is a modest town that is sat amongst the forest parks which carry its name and is found on the key A11 route between Norwich and Cambridge. Providing a home to a population of roughly twenty two thousand people, Thetford is an attractive market town with a history going back about 2,000 years.

Boudica or Boadicea, was Queen of the Iceni through her marriage to King Prasutagus in the first century AD. The Iceni tribe ruled over the English area we now call East Anglia, and the seat of their power was in and around the forests of Thetford. From here they carried out assaults against the Roman invaders until eventually their actions were terminated by order of the Roman Emperor. Thetford remained a significant town following the demise of Boudica and it has been in constant occupation in some form since then. In nineteen seventy nine a treasure hoard was uncovered near to the town which hails from the the Fourth Century AD. That collection of Celtic gold finger rings, inscribed, pendants and other items is today on permanent display in the British Museum in London and is one of the most important finds in Great Britain.

Bridge over the Little Ouse - geograph.org.uk - 1028483Thetford can be found on the conjunction of two rivers, the Thet after which it was named and the Little Ouse. It was an important crossing point for travellers needing to venture into England's eastern regions and the Thet ford crossing (ford) was ultimately utilized as the title of the town that developed there in order to provide for the weary and thirsty travellers. In today's times Thetford is still a favorable halting point for drivers using the A11 and provides a selection of cafes and eating places to choose from if you would like stay away from the motorway style services and fast food outlets found on the roundabouts and services of the main road that links Cambridge and Norwich.

The breathtaking stone structures in the centre of town include for instance the memorable King's House at one time the royal residence of James the First. The palace and its considerable gardens were gifted to the people of the town by George Wild Staniforth who wished to ensure that there was a location that all local people could benefit from. The Town Council use the principal building whilst the King's House Gardens are open to all and tend to be a favourite spot for wedding photographs in the discerningly designed gardens. Another fine building is based on White Hart Street in the shape of the Ancient House Museum, it's an old oak-framed Tudor merchant's house which now exhibits replicas of the aforementioned Thetford Treasure and additional exhibits concerning local history.

Market days are Tuesdays and Saturdays in Thetford and the stalls that are displaying their wares on the market square draw in thousands of shoppers every week who go there to purchase produce from local farmers and other traders. Parking is problematic on market days, therefore ensure you arrive early on to acquire your car parking place. The position of the market has remained unaltered ever since the town was granted its market town charter in the seventeenth century and when you gaze around at the wooden framed buildings and Norfolk flint walls you will virtually be aware of the historic past of the town all around you. Should you show up on Market Day and require an escape from the shops, you need to head over to the Old Fire Station in Cage Ln for an different experience. The television comedy show, "Dad's Army" was set in the fictional Walmington-on-Sea, however do you realize that most of the outside locations were recorded in and close to Thetford. The Old Fire Station in Cage Ln presently houses the fabulous Dad's Army Museum with all sorts of exhibits from the TV show and it also offers guided tours of the town including an opportunity to sit next to Captain Mainwaring, or actually a statue of the character that was unveiled in 2007.

In the event you enjoy your recreational time to be slightly more high-octane then just 10 miles to the east of the town lays Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit. Here you'll be able to take part in race days, supercar experiences and test your skills with both two and four wheeled vehicles on the legendary high speed circuit. With a packed calendar loaded with events for genuine petrol heads, it is usually an awesome day out and just a quick drive from Thetford.

Being a rural area, the town experiences some of the blackest skies in Great Britain rendering it the ideal pick of location for fans of star gazing. The Autumn Equinox Festival of Astronomy is held near Thetford annually and is attended by a great number of professional and amateur astronomers because of the lack of light pollution and simple access from all around the United Kingdom. Generally known as the "Thetford Star Party" it is a good way to find out about astronomy from the professionals and witness the miracles of the Universe in all its glory.

Getting to Thetford has long been easy since it has been with us as the chief portal to the East of England for thousands of years. The latest improvements to the A11 road to a dual carriageway has meant traveling by automobile or bus faster and easier and Norwich can be got to in less than 30 minutes and even London, eighty six miles (140km kilometres) south is still within a reasonable driving distance for a day trip. Thetford town is accessible by railway and is connected by way of a direct service between Norwich and Cambridge along with routes to London, Manchester, Sheffield and Nottingham.

The handiest airport terminal is located in Norwich, thirty seven miles east of Thetford, or for a more extensive choice of airplane routes into Europe and beyond, Stansted Airport is barely 50 miles southwards down the motorway (M11) and can also be gotten to in under an hour and a half by an efficient and swift railway service that drops off right by the airport terminal.

A selection of Thetford streets and roads: Miller's Lane, Woodlands Close, Woodruff Road, Shakespeare Way, Elm Road, Abbey Green, Watermill Green, Magdalen Street, Williamson Crescent, Parkview, New Hampshire Way, Market Place, Castle Street, Monksgate, Woodlark Close, Stanford Road, Cunningham Close, Ramsey Close, Clover Way, Sturdee Close, Catherine Howard Close, Bridges Walk, Hillary Road, Manse Court, Cage Lane, Fir Road, York Way, Mingay Road, Lime Kiln Lane, The Sidings, Eppingham Close, Valerian Rise, Buttercup Close, Teasel Drive, Heartsease Road, Priory Park, Scott Close, Abbeygate, Brickfields Way, Salisbury Way, Fennel Way, Poppy Close, Fisher Way, St Margaret's Crescent, New England Way, Churchill Road, Kingsway, Kimms Belt, Wagtail Way, Boadicea Close, Fulmerston Road.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Thetford: Bury Bowl, Melsop Farm Park, Barton Mill, Hulabaloos, West Stow Country Park, Ely Cathedral, Hopton Fen, Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse, Weeting Castle, Waterworld and Breckland Leisure Centre, Go Ape Forest Segway, Breckland Leisure Centre, Curious About Ely, Lakenheath Clay Target Centre, Whiterails Livery Yard, Stanton Windmill, National Dragonfly Project, Ely Spy Mission Treasure Trail, Kings House Gardens, Kids Play Bury St Edmunds, Treetops Soft Play, Go Ape at Thetford Forest, Dads Army Museum, Thetford Warren Lodge, Forest Park Riding Centre, Wayland Wood, Norfolk Tank Museum, Fun 2 Play, Fultons Shooting, Curve Motion, Mid-Suffolk Light Railway.

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