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

Thetford Post Code: IP24-26

Thetford Dialling Code: 01842

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

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Thetford: TL8783

Thetford Norfolk A Visitors Guide - The Ancient Royal Residence of King James I and Boudica: Thetford is a smallish town which is based within the forest parks that bear its name and it is located on the principal A11 route between Cambridge and Norwich. Having a populace of just under 21,588 inhabitants, Thetford is a pretty market town having a story spanning back almost two thousand years.

Boadicea or Boudica, was Queen of the Iceni through marriage to King Prasutagus in the middle of the 1st century. Their tribe, the Iceni, populated the English area which we now call East Anglia, and the seat of their power was in the forests of Thetford. It was from here that they engaged in raids on the Roman invaders up to the point their activities were terminated on orders of the Roman Emperor. Thetford continued as a significant town even after the fall of Boudica and it has been in continual occupation in some form or other since then. In 1979 a hoard of treasure was unearthed near to the town that had been buried since the fourth century. The collection of Celtic pendants, rings, spoons and various items is now on display in the British Museum in London and is said to be amongst the most valuable finds in the United Kingdom.

Bridge over the Little Ouse - geograph.org.uk - 1028483Thetford lies at the meeting place of two rivers, the River Thet (which it was named after) and the Little Ouse. It was a valuable crossing for those journeying into East Anglia and the Thet ford crossing (ford) was used as the name of the town that was built there to help cater for the hungry and exhausted travellers. Today the town still is a convenient stopping place for drivers using the A11 road and offers various eateries and cafes from which to choose if you want to steer clear of the fast food outlets and motorway type services found on the roundabouts and service areas of the Norwich to Cambridge road.

The beautiful stone structures in the centre of town include for example the attractive King's House which was once the royal palace of James I. The house and its considerable gardens were presented to the inhabitants of the town by George Staniforth (a retired Yorkshire businessman) who wanted to guarantee that there was a location which the local people could get pleasure from. The main building is employed by the Town Council while the King's House Gardens are accessible to everyone and also are a favourite spot for wedding photographs within the discerningly designed gardens. A further fine structure is positioned on White Hart St and called the Ancient House Museum, it's an early oak-framed Tudor merchant's house that now showcases replicas of the previously mentioned Thetford Treasure and additional exhibits about the local history of the area.

Market days are Tuesdays and Saturdays in the town and the stalls that are presenting their merchandise on the market square attract 1000s of visitors weekly who arrive to check out the freshest produce from local farmers and other local traders. Parking is tough on market day, hence ensure you get there first to get a car parking spot. The position of the markets have been constant since the town was accorded its market charter in the 1800s and when you gaze around at the Norfolk flint walls and wooden framed buildings you may pretty much feel the history of the town surrounding you. If ever you make up your mind to show up on Market Day in Thetford and want a break from the retail therapy, you need to pop along to the Old Fire Station in Cage Lane for an different treat. The BBC TV comedy, "Dad's Army" set in the imaginary Walmington-on-Sea, but a number of the external locations were filmed in and close to Thetford. The Old Fire Station these days houses the superb Dad's Army Museum with numerous exhibits from the TV show and it also makes available guided tours of the area that include a chance to sit alongside Captain Mainwaring himself, or actually the statue of the character that was unveiled in 2007.

If you happen to enjoy your spare time to be much more exciting then only 16 kilometers to the east sits Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit. At Snetterton you can actually take part in race days, supercar experiences and test out your talents with both 2 and 4 wheeled automobiles on the celebrated high speed track. With a jam-packed calendar full of events for genuine petrol heads, it's a perfect day trip and only a short journey from Thetford town centre.

As a rural community, Thetford is blessed with some of the darkest skies in the United Kingdom rendering it a perfect spot for stargazing. Each year, close to Thetford, the Autumn Equinox Festival of Astronomy is held and draws lots of professional and amateur astronomers simply because of its lack of light pollution and simple access from all around the United Kingdom. Often called the "Thetford Star Party" it's actually a great way to understand more about astronomy from the experts and experience the magic of the Universe in all its glory.

Getting to the town of Thetford has long been a simple task since it has been known as the portal to the East of England for many 100s of years. The most recent changes to the A11 into a dual carriageway has meant journeying by car or bus simpler and quicker and Norwich can be driven to in less than thirty minutes and even London, 86 miles (140km kilometers) to the south is still within a reasonable driving distance for a days excursion. The town of Thetford is served by a main line railway and is connected via the direct service between Cambridge and Norwich in addition to links to London, Sheffield, Manchester and Nottingham.

The handiest airport terminal can be found in Norwich, 37 miles (60 kilometres) to the east, or for even a bigger selection of air routes to Europe and beyond, Stansted Airport is just 80 kilometres (50 miles) south on the motorway (M11) and can also be got to inside of an hour and a half by an efficient and quick train service that drops off right by the airport terminal.

A selection of Thetford streets and roads: Haling Way, Ethelreda Drive, Borage Close, Harriet Martineau Close, Wagtail Way, Faraday Place, Coventry Way, Baird Way, Redgate, Mill Lane, Montpelier Drive, Windmill Close, Duncan Close, Sorrel Drive, Juniper Close, Sturston Close, St Albans Way, St Mary's Court, Sweyn Close, Yarrow Close, Ford Street, Jellicoe Place, Chervil Walk, Lincoln Way, New Hampshire Way, Comfrey Way, Boston End, Portland Place, Chester Way, Nunnery Place, Rutherford Way, Almond Grove, Aspen Close, Mallow Road, Florence Barclay Close, Crown House Close, St Martin's Way, The Wrens, Fir Road, Tudor Close, Frobisher Close, Canon's Close, Lavender Court, Redcastle Road, Priory Park, Bridge Street, New Road, Anna Sewell Close, Autumn Close, Buttercup Close, Boadicea Close.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Thetford: Green Britain Centre, Thetford Priory, Larkwood fishery, Market Weston Fen, Jumppin Jacks Funhouse, Bike Art, Mid-Suffolk Light Railway, Ely Cathedral, Melsop Farm Park, Micklemere, Hulabaloos, Wayland Wood, Kids Play Bury St Edmunds, High Lodge Thetford Forest Centre, Wizard Balloons at Nowton Park, Thetford Art Gallery, Bardwell Manor Equestrian Centre, Strikes, Curve Motion, Mildenhall Museum, Dads Army Museum, Kings House Gardens, Museum of East Anglian Life, Congo Rapids Adventure Golf, Brandon Country Park, Suffolk Regiment Museum, Church Farm Stow Bardolph, Thelnetham Windmill, Wild Tracks, Prickwillow Drainage Engine Museum, Norfolk Tank Museum.

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