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

Thetford Postcode: IP24-26

Thetford Dialling Code: 01842

Thetford Population: 21,588 (Census 2011)

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Thetford: TL8783

Thetford East Anglia A Travelers Guide - The Historic Royal Home of Boudica and King James: Thetford is a medium-sized town which is established amongst the forest parks which carry its name and is found on the primary A11 road between Cambridge and Norwich. With a population of just under 21,588 inhabitants, it is a vibrant market town with a history extending back around two thousand years.

Boadicea or Boudica, was the celebrated Queen of the Iceni through marriage to King Prasutagus in the mid 1st century. Their tribe, the Iceni, inhabited the English area we nowadays call East Anglia, their seat of power was around the Thetford Forest. From there they carried out raids against the Romans till their antics were repressed by order of the Roman Emperor. Thetford was still a significant town even after the demise of Boudica and it has been constantly occupied to some degree since this period. In nineteen seventy nine a treasure hoard was discovered near to the town which dated back to the 4th century. This astonishing collection Celtic inscribed, rings, pendants and various items is presently on permanent display in the British Museum and is thought of as among the most valuable finds in the United Kingdom.

Bridge over the Little Ouse - - 1028483The town of Thetford lies on the joining of 2 rivers, the Thet (which it was named after) and the Little Ouse. It was a valuable crossing point for travellers wanting to journey into the East of England and the Thet ford crossing (ford) was implemented as the name of the town which was built here in order to supply the weary and hungry travellers. These days the town continues to be being used as a handy stopping point for motorists on the A11 road and offers a large selection of restaurants and cafes to choose from should you want to avoid using the fast food outlets and motorway style services found on the roundabouts and service areas of the main Norwich to Cambridge road.

The fabulous stone buildings in Thetford town centre include for example the picturesque King's House formerly the royal palace of King James. The extensive gardens and the palace were awarded to the people of the town by George Wild Staniforth (a retired businessman) who wished to make sure there was a place which all the people of Thetford could benefit from. The primary building is used by the Town Council whilst the King's House Gardens are open to all and are also a favourite location for wedding photos in the beautifully designed gardens. Another fine building is based on White Hart Street and known as the Ancient House Museum, it's an old oak-framed Tudor merchant's house that now holds replicas of the formerly discussed Thetford Treasure Hoard and various exhibits with regards to local history.

Tuesdays and Saturdays are market days in the town and stalls set up in the main square bring thousands of visitors every week who come to check out produce from local farmers and other local traders. Car parking isn't easy on these days, hence make sure that you get there first to obtain a car parking place. The position of the markets have remained unaltered ever since the town was awarded its market town charter in the seventeenth century and when looking around at the timber framed buildings and Norfolk flint walls you can really feel the history of the town surrounding you. Should you choose to show up on Market Day and require to get away from the shopping, you should visit the Old Fire Station in Cage Lane for an old fashioned treat. The BBC TV comedy, "Dad's Army" was set in the fictional Walmington-on-Sea, but some of the exterior locations were shot in and near to Thetford. The Old Fire Station in Cage Lane today is home to the superb Dad's Army Museum with all sorts of exhibits from the TV show and in addition it puts on guided tours of the area that include a chance to sit alongside Captain Mainwaring himself, or in fact the statue of the character that was unveiled in 2007.

In the event you enjoy your leisure time to be a little bit more fast-paced then just ten miles to the east of Thetford sits Snetterton Circuit. At Snetterton you can be involved in race days, supercar experiences and test out your capabilities with both two and four wheeled motor vehicles on the high speed race track. Having a crammed calendar chock-full of events for true petrol heads, it is always an excellent day trip and only a quick trip from Thetford town centre.

Being a rural area, Thetford is blessed with some of the United Kingdom's blackest skies making it an optimal choice of setting for star-gazing. The Autumn Equinox Festival of Astronomy takes place in close proximity to Thetford every year and is attended by a large number of amateur and professional astronomers with its lack of light pollution and easy access from around the United Kingdom. Often referred to as the "Thetford Star Party" this can be a good way to learn about astronomy from the professionals and discover the miracles of the Universe.

Travelling to the town of Thetford has long been easy since it has stood as the portal to Norfolk for many 100s of years. The most recent changes to the A11 road to dual carriageway has made travelling by car or bus quicker and easier and Norwich can be driven to in under half an hour and even London, 86 miles (140km kilometers) southwards is still within reasonable driving distances for a day visit. The town of Thetford is accessible by railway and is connected using a direct service between Cambridge and Norwich together with links to London, Sheffield, Nottingham and Manchester.

The closest airport is at Norwich, 37 miles to the east of Thetford, alternatively for a wider choice of air routes to Europe and beyond, Stansted Airport is just eighty kms (fifty miles) southwards along the motorway (M11) and can be attained inside of an hour and a half by an effective and rapid rail service that halts right by the terminal.

A selection of Thetford streets and roads: Beech Close, Peter Drive, Bridges Walk, Windmill Close, Harebell Close, Fulmerston Close, St Giles' Lane, Howlett Way, Ripon Way, Williamson Crescent, Jellicoe Place, Magdalen Street, Wagtail Way, Cuthbert Close, Beatty Close, Chester Way, Hazel Covert, Mother Julian Close, Sturdee Close, Anna Sewell Close, Earls' Street, Nuns' Bridges Road, Parkview, Guildford Way, Buckenham Way, Coriander Drive, Catherine Howard Close, Betjeman Close, New England Way, The Ouse Avenue, Winchester Way, Scott Close, Sloane Way, Lime Kiln Lane, Croxton Road, Staniforth Road, Mackenzie Road, Sweyn Close, Yarrow Close, Mundford Road, Well Street, Lawrence Road, Spindle Drive, Pike Lane, Brunel Way, Market Place, Melford Bridge Road, Crown House Close, Prior Stephen Way, Grove Lane, Keats Close.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Thetford: Strikes, Mid-Suffolk Light Railway, Jumppin Jacks Funhouse, National Horse Racing Museum, Stanton Windmill, Anglia Karting Centre, Waterworld and Breckland Leisure Centre, Castle Acre Priory, Barton Mill, Monsters Ltd Indoor Play Centre, Wangford Warren, Dads Army Museum, Paint Pots, Thelnetham Fen, Go Ape Forest Segway, Bury Bowl, Congo Rapids Adventure Golf, Pashford Poors Fen, Lakenheath Poors Fen, Treetops Soft Play, Museum of East Anglian Life, Sedgeway Equestrian Centre, Curious About Ely, Pakenham Windmill, CrackPots Ceramic Arts Cafe, Santon Downham, Micklemere, Ely Cathedral, Weeting Heath, Bike Art, Bardwell Windmill.

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