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Location of Chelmsford: East of England, Essex, England, UK.

Postcode for Chelmsford: CM1-CM3

Chelmsford Dialling Code: 01245

Chelmsford Population: 111,511 (Census of 2011)

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Chelmsford: TL713070

The county town of Essex, Chelmsford sits on the Can and Chelmer rivers, some 32 miles from the city of London. Chelmsford has got a populace of around 111,500 residents, and the Borough of Chelmsford has approximately 168,300.

Chelmsford is a historical town that was the location of a Roman fortress in about 60 AD. Its St Mary the Virgin parish church was given the title of a cathedral in 1914. Chelmsford is twinned with Annonay (France) and Backnang (Germany).

River Chelmer - geograph.org.uk - 411097Chelmsford Historical Past: The site of early Neolithic and Bronze Age encampments, Chelmsford was subsequently the site of a Roman fort in approximately the first century AD, and the encampment which grew up around the fortress was named Caesaromagus (market place of Caesar) by the Romans. An Anglo Saxon community succeeded the downfall of the Roman Empire in Britain, and in the Domesday Book (1086) it was named Celmeresfort, nevertheless by the year 1199 it had taken on its present-day name of Chelmsford.

As early as the 13th Cent, Chelmsford took on the title of county town of Essex and also became the seat of the local assize. In the 14th Cent many of the occupants of the town participated in the 1381 Peasant Revolt, several of the main culprits were thereafter executed in the town after Richard II ended the revolt.

The 17th C saw more executions as the"Witchfinder General" Matthew Hopkins, put on trial and put to death numerous presumed witches.

For several years a market town and agricultural hub, Chelmsford evolved in to a considerable manufacturing town during the 19th C, producing such items as steam engines, traction engines, wirelesses, electrical engineering products and ballbearings. Its significance in light industrial engineering caused it to be a target of bombing during the Second World War, and it was successfully hit a number of times.

The train arrived in Chelmsford in eighteen forty two (Eastern Counties Railway) bringing more prosperity to the town, as the the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation had done approximately forty five yrs earlier (1797), at which time it connected the town with the Blackwater estuary, allowing boats to access the heart of the town from the open sea.

Chelmsford went through substantial decline in the nineteen-eighties, because a good deal of its production facilities ceased to be profitable, though it is still a successful and developing town today, mostly because of its nearness to the capital, plus its first rate rail and road communications.

Chelmsford is located adjacent to the A12 in between Brentwood and Colchester it is approximately 16 mls driving distance from Colchester and about 32 mls from the heart of London. Address of Tourist Information Centre - Railway Station, Duke Street, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1HT. Tel: 01245 263859.

A selection of Chelmsford streets and roads: Harrison Court, Thames Avenue, Ravensbourne Drive, Warwick Square, Willoughby Drive, Baynes Place, Boswells Drive, Wallasea Gardens, Cherwell Drive, Kingsford Drive, Richmond Road, Plane Tree Close, Louvain Drive, Quinion Close, Harness Close, Hill View Road, Cassino Road, St Vincents Road, Mendip Place, Little And Great Sir Hughes Lane, Ratcliffe Gate, Copperfield Road, Dunmore Road, Barnard Road, Rodney Way, Winsford Way, Wallflower Court, Ponds Road, Birches Walk, Mace Walk, Kingston Crescent, Eglinton Drive, Roslings Close, Alyssum Close, Belmont Close, Nelson Grove, North Avenue, Lilac Close, Mearns Place, Ramshaw Drive, The Street, Cornelius Vale, Admirals Walk, Tobruk Road, Northumberland Court, Lovibond Place, Avila Chase, Pennine Road, Acres End, Tulip Close, Moulsham Drive, Hillary Close, Havengore, Chelmer Village Way, Stirrup Close, Cook Place.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Chelmsford: West Park Pitch Putt and Crazy Golf, Baddow Hall Park, Delta Force Juniperwood, Chelmer Cruises, Maldon District Museum, Wick Country Park, Namco Funscape Braintree, Essex Clay Pigeon Shoot, Chelmsford Museum, The Cressing Temple Barns, Great War Experience, Topsail Charters, Danbury Country Park, Maldon Wick, Creepy Crawlies Play Centre, Admirals Park, Braintree Swimming Centre, Marsh Farm, Riverside Leisure Centre, Danbury Ridge, Stock Windmill, Tropical Wings World of Wildlife, Woodham Fen, The Chelmsford Mystery Treasure Trail, Epping Ongar Railway, Cressing Temple, Stow Maries Halt, Great Notley Country Park, Braintree and Bocking Public Gardens, Nomad Sea Kayaking, The Cater Museum, Coco Nuts Play Ltd, Thrift Wood, Kelvedon Hatch Nuclear Bunker, Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park, Dizzy Rascals, Combined Military Services Museum, Queens Park Billericay, Riverside Ice and Leisure Centre, Blake House Craft Centre, Museum of Power Langford, Witham Heritage Centre, Battlesbridge Antiques Centre, Skirmish Wood, Hitchcocks Meadows, Promenade Park, Ceramics on the Hop, Ongar Leisure Centre, Laser Kombat Basildon, Partyman World Basildon, Dragons Lair PaintBall.

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