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

Post Code for Thetford: IP24-26

Dialling Code for Thetford: 01842

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

Thetford Ordnance Survey Map Reference: TL8783

Thetford Norfolk A Visitors Guide - The Historical Royal Home of King James and Boudica: Thetford is a small town which is set among the forest parks that carry its name and is located on the major A11 route between Norwich and Cambridge. Home to a populace of just under 22,000 people, Thetford is a much visited market town having a story spanning back about two thousand years.

Boudica or Boadicea, was Queen of the Iceni by her marriage to King Prasutagus in the middle of the first century AD. Their tribe ruled over the English area we now refer to as East Anglia, and the seat of their power was situated in and around the forests of Thetford. From there they conducted assaults against the Romans up to the point their actions were quelled by order of the Roman Emperor. Thetford was still a significant town even with the demise of Boudica and has been in continual occupation to some measure since this period. In nineteen seventy nine a hoard of treasure was uncovered near the town that dates from the 4th century AD. This array of Celtic inscribed, pendants, gold rings and various items is currently on display in the British Museum and is regarded as one of the most significant finds in the United Kingdom.

Bridge over the Little Ouse - - 1028483The town of Thetford is found on the uniting of 2 rivers, the Thet after which it was named and the River Little Ouse. It was a crucial crossing for those venturing into England's eastern regions and the Thet ford crossing (ford) was used as the name of the town that developed there in order to provide for the worn out and thirsty travellers. In modern times the town is still a useful stopping place for drivers on the A11 and offers lots of eateries and coffee shops from which to choose if you desire to steer clear of the motorway style services and fast food outlets found on the roundabouts and services of the main road.

The outstanding stone buildings in the heart of the town include the memorable King's House which in the early 17th century was the royal palace of King James I. The substantial gardens and the house were awarded to the citizens of the town by George Staniforth (a retired businessman) who desired to ensure there was a spot which all people of the town could enjoy. The Town Council use the main building while the King's House Gardens are open to all and tend to be a favourite position for wedding photographs in the stunningly landscaped gardens. A further stunning structure is positioned on White Hart Street and known as the Ancient House Museum, it is an old oak-framed Tudor merchant's house which now holds replicas of the formerly discussed Thetford Treasure Hoard and additional exhibits about the local history of Thetford.

Saturdays and Tuesdays are market days in Thetford and the stalls showing their goods on the market square entice a huge number of visitors every week who come to inspect produce from local farmers and other stallholders. Car parking isn't easy on market day, so make certain you roll up ahead of time to acquire a parking place. The positioning of the market has stayed constant since the town was issued its charter to have a market in the 17th century and when gazing around at the timber framed buildings and Norfolk flint walls you may virtually be aware of the history of the town surrounding you. Should you visit on Market Day and need an escape from the buying frenzy, why don't you visit Cage Lane and the Old Fire Station for an different experience. The BBC comedy, "Dad's Army" was set in the fictional town of Walmington-On-Sea, but you may not know that most of the external scenes were shot in and near to the town of Thetford. The Old Fire Station in Cage Ln now houses the memorable Dad's Army Museum with numerous exhibits from the TV show and it also makes available guided tours of the town which include a chance to sit beside Captain Mainwaring himself, or in truth the statue of the character which was unveiled in 2007.

If you happen to like your leisure time to be somewhat more lively then just 16 kilometers east of Thetford is Snetterton Circuit. Here it's possible to experience race days, supercar experiences that will test out your talents with both two and four wheeled high performance cars on the high speed circuit. Having a jampacked calendar loaded with events for true petrol heads, it is a wonderful outing just a few minutes from Thetford.

Being a rural location, Thetford experiences some of the darkest skies in the United Kingdom that makes it an excellent choice of location for star-gazing. The Autumn Equinox Festival of Astronomy takes place in close proximity to Thetford each year and attracts hundreds of amateur and professional astronomers because of its lack of light pollution and straightforward accessibility from around the UK. Known as the "Thetford Star Party" it really is a fabulous way to find out about astronomy from the professionals and see the wonder of the Universe in all its glory.

Accessing Thetford has always been easy as it has stood as the gateway to Norfolk for 100s of years. The most recent changes to the A11 into a dual carriageway has meant journeying by automobile or coach simpler and faster and the city of Norwich can be reached in less than thirty minutes and even London, 86 miles (140 kilometres) to the south is within acceptable driving distances for a day excursion. The town of Thetford is serviced by a main line railway and is connected with a direct service between Norwich and Cambridge together with providing links to London, Nottingham, Sheffield and Manchester.

The nearest airport can be found in Norwich, sixty km to the east of Thetford, alternatively for yet more choice of air routes throughout Europe and beyond, Stansted Airport is barely eighty kms (fifty miles) southwards on the M11 motorway and can be reached in less than an hour and a half by an efficient and swift rail service that halts beside the airport terminal.

A selection of Thetford streets and roads: Poppy Close, Winchester Way, Campion Road, Baird Way, Coltsfoot Way, Norwich Road, Painter Street, Borage Close, Celia Phillips Close, Anne Boleyn Close, Collingwood Way, Heartsease Road, Frobisher Close, Ford Street, Melford Bridge Road, Raymond Street, Prior Stephen Way, Lawrence Road, Barley Way, New Hampshire Way, Churchill Road, Chester Way, Millicent Oliver Close, Elgin Way, The Covert, Monksgate, Fennel Way, Abbey Green, Nuns' Bridges Road, Mill Lane, Benet Close, Elizabeth Fry Close, Manse Court, Ben Culey Drive, St Giles' Lane, Saxon Place, Ely Way, Earls' Street, Warren Close, Coriander Drive, Wheatacres, Pike Lane, Stephenson Way, Well Street, Edinburgh Way, Windmill Close, St Nicholas Street, Stearne Close, Anna Sewell Close, Minstergate, Icknield Way.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Thetford: Suffolk Regiment Museum, Wangford Warren, Fun 2 Play, Bardwell Manor Equestrian Centre, Thetford Art Gallery, Mid-Suffolk Light Railway, Wyken Vineyard, Banham Zoo, Curious About Ely, Hopton Fen, Jumppin Jacks Funhouse, Wayland Wood, Knettishall Heath Country Park, Kelk Meadows, Dads Army Museum, Lakenheath Poors Fen, Stanton Windmill, Breckland Leisure Centre, Bike Art, Treetops Soft Play, Wizard Balloons at Nowton Park, National Dragonfly Project, Hulabaloos, CrackPots Ceramic Arts Cafe, Thompson Common, Strikes, Go Ape Tree Top Junior, Forest Park Riding Centre, Fultons Shooting, Curve Motion, Brandon Heritage Centre.

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