Now entirely surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt , it is seeing significant ‘infill’ development and pressure to relax the Green Belt restrictions. In the older centre there are also a few streets with Victorian semi detached and terraced houses. Attached to the Radlett Centre is the local Public Library. Various archaeological finds of Mesolithic and Neolithic flints provide evidence that the Radlett area was inhabited in the Stone Age; the land was densely wooded and remained so until the Middle Ages. The Catuvellauni tribe settled in parts of Hertfordshire, near St Albans and Wheathamstead in about 80BC, although no trace of settlement has been found in or near Radlett itself. The name Radlett appears to come from the Old-English rad-gelaete meaning a junction of the roads and it is likely that the settlement grew at the point where the ancient route from Aldenham to Shenley crosses Watling Street. In addition, there is evidence of a Roman villa with a bath building, barn and tile kiln dating from 2nd to 4th century AD, in the area of Netherwylde Farm. This confirms that most of the land was in the possession of the Abbey of Westminster, though parts of Titeberst land to the east of Watling Street were claimed by St Albans.
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History[ edit ] Hitchin is first noted as the central place of the Hicce people, a tribe holding hides of land as mentioned in a 7th-century document,  the Tribal Hidage. Hicce, or Hicca may mean the people of the horse. The modern spelling ‘Hitchin’ first appears in  in the “Hertfordshire Feet of Fines”. Panel representing the foundational history of Hitchin mentioning: King Offa, the River Hiz and the Hicce tribe.
Now on the front of Hitchin Library, it was on the Sainsburys on Brand Street until the supermarket relocated to the Bancroft area. The name of the town also is associated with the small river that runs through the town, most picturesquely in front of the east end of St. Mary’s Church , the town’s parish church. The river is noted on maps as the River Hiz. Contrary to how most people now pronounce the name, that is to say as spelt, the ‘z’ is an abbreviated character for a ‘tch’ sound in the Domesday Book,  as in the name of the town.
It would have been pronounced ‘River Hitch’. Mary’s Church , which is remarkably large for a town of its size.
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In the Late Iron Age c. The soil was easily farmed and transportation was more convenient. In the later part of the middle Iron Age from prior to c. The Oppidum in turn became a sizeable Roman settlement, which although not administratively important, seems to have been a significant cult centre. The Baldock area is also host to the highest quantity of finds of ancient coins in Hertfordshire after the Verulamium region.
The site was used until the fifth or sixth century.
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Now entirely surrounded by the Metropolitan Green Belt , it is subject to significant ‘infill’ development and there is pressure to relax the Green Belt restrictions. In the older centre there are also a few streets with Victorian semi detached and terraced houses. Watling Street , which is the main road through Radlett, has a wide variety of local shops and restaurants, as well as some national chain stores, a Post Office inside the local Budgens supermarket, and the Radlett Centre  with a seat auditorium for various performances.
Attached to the Radlett Centre is the local Public Library. Various archaeological finds of Mesolithic and Neolithic flints provide evidence that the Radlett area was inhabited in the Stone Age; the land was densely wooded and remained so until the Middle Ages. The Catuvellauni tribe settled in parts of Hertfordshire, near St Albans and Wheathamstead in about 80BC, although no trace of settlement has been found in or near Radlett itself.
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For most of recorded history, the land to the East of Watling Street was administered separately to that on the West. The two major tenants were listed as Geoffrey de Mandeville and Geoffrey de Bec and they leased part of their holdings to tenant farmers. The land was densely forested but was gradually cleared throughout the medieval period for agricultural use and the population lived in dispersed farm settlements adjacent to field strips or scattered around the periphery of common land which made up a substantial part of the southern and western area of the Parish.