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

Post Code for Chelmsford: CM1-CM3

Chelmsford Dialling Code: 01245

Chelmsford Population: 111,511 (Census of 2011)

Chelmsford Ordnance Survey Map Reference: TL713070

Essex's county town, Chelmsford can be found upon the Chelmer and Can rivers, some 32 miles from the city of London. The town boasts a population of about one hundred and eleven thousand residents, and the Borough of Chelmsford has around 168,000.

Chelmsford is a historic town that was the location of a Roman fortification in approximately 60 AD. Its parish church, dedicated to St Mary the Virgin became a cathedral in 1914. The town is twinned with Annonay (France) and Backnang (Germany).

River Chelmer - - 411097The History of Chelmsford: The location of early Bronze Age and Neolithic colonies, Chelmsford was subsequently the site of a Roman fort in around AD 60, and the community that grew up around the fort was called Caesaromagus (Caesar's market place) by the Romans. An Anglo Saxon camp superseded the end of Roman control in Britain, and in the 1086 Domesday Book it was named Celmeresfort, though by the year 1199 it had become known by its contemporary identity of Chelmsford.

At the time of the 13th Cent, it became the county town of Essex and in addition became seat of the local assize. In the fourteenth century a number of the occupants of Chelmsford became involved in the Peasants Revolt (1381), some of the main instigators were later executed in the town after the rebellion was ended by Richard II.

The 17th century witnessed more executions when the"Witchfinder General" Matthew Hopkins, put on trial and hanged numerous assumed exponents of witchcraft.

For many centuries a market town and agricultural hub, Chelmsford turned into an important industrial town in the 19th century, producing products such as ball bearings, traction engines, agricultural machinery, electrical engineering products and wirelesses. Its significance in light industrial manufacturing caused it to be a bombing target in WWII, and it was successfully hit quite a few times.

The railway found its way to the town in eighteen forty two (Eastern Counties Railway) bringing extra affluence for the town, similar to that which the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation had done about forty five yrs before (1797), when it connected Chelmsford with the estuary of the River Blackwater, enabling ships to reach the heart of the town from the open sea.

The town entered serious decline during the nineteen-eighties, because a good deal of its industry shut down, though it continues to be a thriving and developing town today, mostly due to the close proximity to the city of london, and the first class rail and road communications.

Chelmsford is situated adjacent to the A12 in between Brentwood and Colchester it is around sixteen mls from Colchester and about 51 km from central London. Tourist Information Centre Address - Railway Station, Duke Street, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1HT. Telephone: 01245 263859.

A selection of Chelmsford streets and roads: Whitethorn Gardens, Murchison Close, Goldlay Road, Leapingwell Close, Attwoods Close, Salter Place, Murrell Lock, Rainsford Road, Sidney Place, Pearce Manor, Melbourne Avenue, Saddle Rise, Tylers Close, Carriage Drive, Louvain Drive, Chelmer Village Way, Essex Regiment Way, Beardsley Drive, Moretons, Stapleford Close, Dixon Avenue, Henniker Gate, Dolby Rise, Harness Close, Cedar Avenue West, Squirrells Court, Hunters Way, North Avenue, Harewood Road, Ockelford Avenue, Webb Close, Lucas Avenue, The Leys, Hainault Grove, Andrews Place, Kirklees, Charnwood Avenue, Rectory Lane, Cutmore Place, Quale Road, Corporation Road, Copperfield Road, Clarence Close, Wells Court, Aldridge Close, Waveney Drive, Church Street, Mendip Road, Bundick's Hill, Mounthill Avenue, Westfield Avenue, Bankart Lane, Cramphorn Walk, Canuden Road, Fulcher Avenue, Grafton Place.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Chelmsford: Madison Lanes, Cater Museum, Essex Regiment Museum, Hanningfield Reservoir, Sector 7 Laser, Off Road Action Park, Chelmsford Museum, West Park Pitch Putt and Crazy Golf, Creepy Crawlies Play Centre, Tropical Wings World of Wildlife, Mill Meadows, Braintree and Bocking Public Gardens, Norsey Wood, Combined Military Services Museum, Ongar Leisure Centre, Danbury Ridge, Barleylands Farm Centre, Great War Experience, Skirmish Wood, Nomad Sea Kayaking, Riverside Ice and Leisure Centre, Cheeky Monkeez, Backwarden, Coconuts Play, Maldon District Museum, Promenade Park, AMF Hollywood Bowl Basildon, The Cater Museum, The Chelmsford Mystery Treasure Trail, Namco Funscape Braintree, Hitchcocks Meadows, Cressing Temple, Delta Force Juniperwood, Baddow Hall Park, Thrift Wood, Essex Police Museum, Chelmer Cruises, Monkey Puzzle at Madison Heights, Battlesbridge Antiques Centre, Laser Kombat Basildon, Wacky Warehouse Queen B, Blake House Craft Centre, Admirals Park, Dragons Lair PaintBall, Maldon Wick, Hylands House and Park, Onslow Green, Brook End Gardens, Essex Clay Pigeon Shoot, Barleylands Farm Park, Danbury Country Park.

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