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Chelmsford Location: East of England, Essex, England, United Kingdom.

Chelmsford Postcode: CM1-CM3

Chelmsford Dialling Code: 01245

Population of Chelmsford: 111,511 (Census of 2011)

Chelmsford Ordnance Survey Map Reference: TL713070

Essex's county town, Chelmsford is situated on the rivers Can and Chelmer, roughly 32 miles from the city of London. The town has a population of around one hundred and eleven thousand occupants, and the Borough of Chelmsford has about 168,000.

Chelmsford is an ancient town which was the location of a Roman fort in around 60 AD. Chelmsford's parish church, dedicated to St Mary the Virgin was honoured with the title of a cathedral in 1914. The town is twinned with Backnang (Germany) and Annonay (France).

River Chelmer - - 411097The Historical Past of Chelmsford: The site of early Neolithic and Bronze Age colonies, Chelmsford was later on the location of a Roman fortification in around the first century AD, and the commune that expanded round the fort was named Caesaromagus (market place of Caesar) . A Saxon camp succeeded the downfall of the Romans in Britain, and in the Domesday Book of 1086 it was listed as Celmeresfort, whilst one hundred years later being called by its present name of Chelmsford.

During the 13th Cent, it took on the title of county town of Essex and moreover became the seat of the local assize. In the 14th C many of the occupants of Chelmsford took part in the 1381 Peasant Revolt, some of the leading instigators were later executed in Chelmsford after the uprising was ended by Richard the Second.

The 17th Cent saw yet more executions when the"Witchfinder General" Matthew Hopkins, put on trial and put to death many presumed witches.

Over the generations a market town and agricultural centre, Chelmsford became a major industrial town in the 19th C, producing such items as steam engines, electrical engineering products, wirelesses, traction engines and ballbearings. Its prominence in light industrial manufacturing caused it to be a bombing target during WW2, and it was hit on several occasions.

The railway found its way to the town in eighteen forty two (Eastern Counties Railway) bringing greater prosperity to the town, the same as the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation had done some 45 yrs earlier (1797), when it linked the town with the Blackwater estuary, allowing ships to sail to the centre of town from the open sea.

The town went into a time of decline in the 1980's, simply because a lot of its factories shut down, even so it continues to be a flourishing and expanding town today, largely due to the proximity to the capital, plus the outstanding road and rail communications.

The town can be found beside the A12 in between Brentwood and Colchester it's some 16 mls from Colchester and about fifty-one km from central London. Tourist Information Centre - Railway Station, Duke St, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1HT. Tel: 01245 263859.

A selection of Chelmsford streets and roads: Brook Street, Mendip Place, Russell Way, Brackenden Drive, Legg Street, Abbess Close, Old Court Road, Matfield Close, Stock Road, The Heythrop, Cavendish Gardens, Slade's Lane, Tindal Square, Kingston Avenue, Oaklea Avenue, Lewis Drive, Emberson Court, Linden Close, Arbour Lane, Gilson Close, Shardelow Avenue, Shrublands Close, Albra Mead, Hill Road, Priory Close, Writtle Road, Saywell Brook, Trotwood Close, Bilton Road, Coates Quay, Yeldham Lock, Eastern Approach, Waveney Drive, Longacre, Downsway, Wicks Place, Hawkhurst Close, Lynmouth Avenue, Cherrygarden Lane, Henniker Gate, Arthur Court, Boswells Drive, Bishop Hall Lane, Elms Drive, Beeches Close, Pump Lane, Sandford Mill Road, Fordson Road, Parkway, Wharton Drive, Sackville Close, Stablecroft, Ratcliffe Gate, Old Court, Russell Gardens, Brook Lane.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Chelmsford: Epping Ongar Railway, Chelmsford Museum, Monkey Puzzle at Madison Heights, Hylands House and Park, Blackwater Leisure Centre, Maldon District Museum, Little Waltham Meadows, Topsail Charters, Hopefield Animal Sanctuary, Sk8rs at Madison Heights, Ongar Leisure Centre, Monkey Madness Play Centre, Braintree and Bocking Public Gardens, Norsey Wood, South Woodham Ferrers Leisure Centre, Essex Clay Pigeon Shoot, Woodham Fen, Danbury Ridge, West Park Pitch Putt and Crazy Golf, Tropical Wings World of Wildlife, Sandford Mill, Newland Grove, King Georges Playing Fields, Riverside Leisure Centre, Waterhall Meadows, Sector 7 Laser, Wick Country Park, Queens Park Billericay, Maldon Wick, Essex Police Museum, 1st Bowl Billericay, Creepy Crawlies Play Centre, Cressing Temple, Mill Meadows, Great Notley Country Park, Stock Windmill, Hitchcocks Meadows, The Cater Museum, Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park, Barleylands Farm Centre, Crazy Kids Adventure Play, Cater Museum, Great War Experience, Off Road Action Park, Madison Lanes, Wacky Warehouse Queen B, Baddow Hall Park, Aythorpe Roding Windmill, Braintree Swimming Centre, Riverside Ice and Leisure Centre, Tenpin Chelmsford.

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