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

Post Code for Chelmsford: CM1-CM3

Dialling Code for Chelmsford: 01245

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

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Chelmsford: TL713070

Essex's county town, Chelmsford stands on the Can and Chelmer rivers, some 32 mls from the city of London. The town has got a population of roughly 111,500 inhabitants, and the Borough of Chelmsford has around 168,000.

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

River Chelmer - geograph.org.uk - 411097The Story of Chelmsford: The location of very early Neolithic and Bronze Age colonies, Chelmsford was subsequently the location of a Roman fortification in approximately 60 AD, and the town that grew up in the locality of the fort was known as Caesaromagus (market place of Caesar) by the Romans. A Saxon camp superseded the end of the Roman Empire in Britain, and in the Domesday Book (1086) it was noted as Celmeresfort, though by the year 1199 it was being referred to by its present-day name of Chelmsford.

In the thirteenth century, it became the county town of Essex and moreover became the seat of the local assize. In the 14th C a number of the residents of the town took part in the Peasants Revolt (1381), some of the agitators were thereafter hung in the town after Richard II ended the insurrection.

The seventeenth century witnessed more executions when Matthew Hopkins, the "Witchfinder General", put on trial and put to death many assumed witches.

Across the centuries a market town and agricultural centre, Chelmsford turned into an important industrial town in the 19th C, crafting products such as agricultural machinery, steam engines, traction engines, ball bearings, wirelesses, and electrical engineering products. Its import in light industry led to its being a bombing target in WWII, and it was 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, much as the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation had done roughly forty five years earlier (1797), at which time it linked Chelmsford with the Blackwater estuary, allowing boats to reach the heart of the town from the open sea.

Chelmsford moved into a period of decline during the nineteen-eighties, simply because much of its industries closed, even so it still is a successful and booming town today, mostly due to the closeness to London, and the outstanding road and rail links.

Chelmsford is set adjacent to the A12 in between Colchester and Brentwood it is roughly 26 kilometres car journey from Colchester and about 51 kms from the centre of London. Tourist Information Centre - Railway Station, Duke St, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1HT. Telephone: 01245 263859.

A selection of Chelmsford streets and roads: Hart Street, Churchill Rise, Belgrave Place, Regency Close, Upper Chase, Langton Avenue, St Mildreds Road, St John's Road, New Writtle Street, Sycamore Way, Upper Bridge Road, Colchester Road, Holly Way, Oyster Place, Wilkinsons Mead, Avon Road, Millson Bank, Wicks Place, Whitmore Crescent, Estella Mead, Canuden Road, Park Avenue, Jasmine Close, Montagu Gardens, Edward Drive, Hill Road, Fox Crescent, Margaretting Road, Coates Quay, Walkers Close, Maple Drive, Knapton Close, Harewood Road, Mulberry Way, Peel Road, Mead Path, Stablecroft, Bundick's Hill, Fawkner Close, Vicarage Lane, Village Gate, George Street, Ash Tree Close, Sunrise Avenue, Goddard Way, High Bridge Road, Brookhurst Close, Hollis Lock, Mildmay Road, Mimosa Close, Dolby Rise, Watchouse Road, Osea Way, Rennie Place, Mayne Crest, Caswell Mews.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Chelmsford: Mill Meadows, Kelvedon Hatch Nuclear Bunker, Backwarden, Partyman World Basildon, The Chelmsford Mystery Treasure Trail, Aythorpe Roding Windmill, Danbury Ridge, Baddow Hall Park, Combined Military Services Museum, Tenpin Chelmsford, Woodham Fen, Blackwater Leisure Centre, Hopefield Animal Sanctuary, Promenade Park, Essex Regiment Museum, Coconuts Play, West Park Pitch Putt and Crazy Golf, Witham Heritage Centre, Barleylands Farm Centre, AMF Hollywood Bowl Basildon, Thrift Wood, Hanningfield Reservoir, Maldon Promenade Park, King Georges Playing Fields, Brook End Gardens, Wacky Warehouse Queen B, Dizzy Rascals, Heather Hills, Riverside Leisure Centre, Monkey Madness Play Centre, 1st Bowl Billericay, Chelmer Park, Wick Country Park, Chelmer Cruises, Sector 7 Laser, Off Road Action Park, Namco Funscape Braintree, Thorndon Country Park, Maldon District Museum, Hitchcocks Meadows, The Cater Museum, Little Waltham Meadows, Cater Museum, Monkey Puzzle at Madison Heights, Braintree Swimming Centre, Waterhall Meadows, Nomad Sea Kayaking, Dragons Lair PaintBall, Sk8rs at Madison Heights, Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park, Stock Windmill.

For your visit to Chelmsford and the surrounding areas you could book hotels and B&B at the most economical rates by means of the hotels search box featured at the right hand side of this page.

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