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Chelmsford Location: Eastern England, Essex, England, UK.

Post Code for Chelmsford: CM1-CM3

Chelmsford Dialling Code: 01245

Population of Chelmsford: 111,511 (Census 2011)

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Chelmsford: TL713070

The county town of Essex, Chelmsford is situated on the Chelmer and Can rivers, around 32 mls from the heart of London. The town boasts a population of approximately one hundred and eleven thousand inhabitants, and the Borough of Chelmsford has around 168,300.

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

River Chelmer - geograph.org.uk - 411097The Historic Past of Chelmsford: The site of very early Bronze Age and Neolithic communities, the town was subsequently the location of a Roman fort in about the first century AD, and the village that expanded surrounding the fort was called Caesaromagus (market place of Caesar) by the Romans. An Anglo Saxon encampment succeeded the demise of the Romans in Britain, and much later in the Domesday Book (1086) it was described as Celmeresfort, whilst one hundred years later being called by its modern identity of Chelmsford.

As early as the 13th century, Chelmsford took on the title of county town of Essex and furthermore became seat of the local assize. During the fourteenth century many of the inhabitants of the town became involved in the Peasants Revolt (1381), a handful of the instigators were accordingly executed in Chelmsford after the revolt was ended by Richard the Second.

The 17th century witnessed yet more executions when the"Witchfinder General" Matthew Hopkins, tried and executed many presumed exponents of witchcraft.

Over the generations an agricultural and market town, Chelmsford developed in to a substantial manufacturing town in the 19th C, crafting such goods as wirelesses, ball bearings, steam engines, electrical engineering products and traction engines. Its importance in light industrial manufacturing caused it to be a target of bombing in the Second World War, and it was struck many times.

The train found its way to Chelmsford in 1842 (Eastern Counties Railway) bringing more affluence to the town, comparable to what the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation had some around forty five years earlier (1797), when it connected the town with the Blackwater estuary, enabling craft to reach the centre of town from the open sea.

The town moved into significant decline during the nineteen-eighties, when much of its industry ceased to be profitable, nonetheless it continues to be a thriving and developing town today, mainly due to its nearness to the city of london, and the exceptional road and rail communications.

The town is situated just off the A12 in between Brentwood and Colchester it is around 26 km driving distance from Colchester and about thirty-two miles from central London. Tourist Information Centre - Railway Station, Duke Street, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1HT. Phone: 01245 263859.

A selection of Chelmsford streets and roads: Hill Road South, Beeleigh Link, Goodier Road, St Fabian's Drive, Valletta Close, Margaretting Road, Gladstone Court, Brendon Place, Auckland Close, Cowell Avenue, Chislett Row, Colchester Road, Hollis Lock, Acer Grove, London Hill, Tulip Close, Curzon Way, Ash Tree Close, Hillary Close, Eastern Approach, Kingsford Drive, Little And Great Sir Hughes Lane, Dahlia Close, Menish Way, Allen Way, Pump Lane, Pearce Manor, Bond Street, Well's Street, Avila Chase, Sherwood Drive, Meadow Side, Mildmay Road, Pavitt Meadow, Belgrave Place, Redcliffe Road, Oak Lodge Tye, Eves Crescent, Winsford Way, Havengore, Chaplin Close, Rembrandt Grove, Willoughby Drive, Morris Road, Lewis Drive, White Hart Lane, Camellia Close, Chuzzlewit Drive, Nabbott Road, Cotswold Crescent, Baker Street, Mimosa Close, Camborne Close, Brook Street, Seymour Street, Camelot Close.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Chelmsford: Madison Lanes, Monkey Madness Play Centre, Admirals Park, Stock Windmill, Marsh Farm, Onslow Green, Topsail Charters, Hopefield Animal Sanctuary, Wick Country Park, Kelvedon Hatch Nuclear Bunker, King Georges Playing Fields, Heather Hills, Mill Meadows, Barleylands Farm Park, Riverside Leisure Centre, Great War Experience, Laser Kombat Basildon, 1st Bowl Billericay, Braintree and Bocking Public Gardens, Museum of Power Langford, Coco Nuts Play Ltd, Tenpin Chelmsford, Partyman World Basildon, Sk8rs at Madison Heights, Off Road Action Park, The Chelmsford Mystery Treasure Trail, Dizzy Rascals, West Park Pitch Putt and Crazy Golf, Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park, Essex Clay Pigeon Shoot, South Woodham Ferrers Leisure Centre, Stow Maries Halt, Danbury Country Park, Hitchcocks Meadows, Danbury Ridge, Waterhall Meadows, Woodham Fen, Delta Force Juniperwood, Blackwater Leisure Centre, Braintree Swimming Centre, Backwarden, Battlesbridge Antiques Centre, Maldon Wick, Tropical Wings World of Wildlife, Dragons Lair PaintBall, Namco Funscape Braintree, Great Notley Discovery Centre and Park, AMF Hollywood Bowl Basildon, Barleylands Farm Centre, Basildon Bowl and Quasar, Baddow Hall Park.

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