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

Post Code for Chelmsford: CM1-CM3

Dialling Code for Chelmsford: 01245

Chelmsford Population: 111,511 (2011 Census)

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Chelmsford: TL713070

Essex's county town, Chelmsford stands on the rivers Chelmer and Can, some 32 mls from the centre of London. The town boasts a population of some one hundred and eleven thousand occupants, and the Borough of Chelmsford has roughly 168,000.

Chelmsford is an early town which was the location of a Roman fort in around 60 AD. Chelmsford's parish church St Mary the Virgin was changed into a cathedral in 1914. The city is twinned with Backnang in Germany and Annonay in France.

River Chelmer - geograph.org.uk - 411097Chelmsford History: The site of long gone Neolithic and Bronze Age communities, Chelmsford was later on the site of a Roman fortification in around AD 60, and the settlement that evolved around the fort was called Caesaromagus (market place of Caesar) by the Romans. An Anglo Saxon community succeeded the end of Roman control in Britain, and much later in the 1086 Domesday Book it was named Celmeresfort, even though by1189 being called by its present identity of Chelmsford.

At the time of the 13th C, it became the county town of Essex and in addition became the seat of the local assize. During the 14th Cent a number of the locals of Chelmsford became involved in the 1381 Peasant Revolt, some of the instigators were consequently hung in Chelmsford after the rebellion was ended by Richard II.

The 17th Cent saw even more executions as the"Witchfinder General" Matthew Hopkins, put on trial and hanged many alleged exponents of witchcraft.

Throughout the years an agricultural and market town, Chelmsford became a substantial manufacturing town in the nineteenth century, producing such items as steam engines, wirelesses, electrical engineering products, traction engines and ballbearings. Its import in light industrial manufacturing resulted in its being a target for bombing in the Second World War, and it was successfully hit quite a few times.

The railway arrived at Chelmsford in 1842 (Eastern Counties Railway) bringing greater prosperity to the town, much as the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation had done some forty five years earlier (1797), when it interconnected the town with the Blackwater estuary, allowing boats to access the heart of the town from the open sea.

The town moved into a time of decline during the nineteen-eighties, since a high percentage of its industry closed down, though it continues to be a successful and developing town today, primarily due to the proximity to the capital, and its first class rail and road communications.

The town is found near the A12 in between Brentwood and Colchester it's approximately 26 kilometres driving distance from Colchester and about 51 km from central London. Address of Tourist Information Centre - Railway Station, Duke Street, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1HT. Phone: 01245 263859.

A selection of Chelmsford streets and roads: Kingston Crescent, Oak Lodge Tye, Twitten Lane, Cusak Road, Trotwood Close, Thames Avenue, Primrose Hill, Merlin Place, Southborough Road, Lynton Drive, Willowbank, Perrin Place, Kerby Rise, London Hill, Arthur Court, Hillary Close, Clematis Tye, Springfield Park Lane, Penzance Close, Brian Close, Forsythia Close, Essex Regiment Way, Market Road, St Augustine's Way, Gladstone Court, Sylvan Close, Goldlay Road, Chiltern Close, North Dell, Wheatfield Way, St John's Avenue, Juniper Drive, Brownings Avenue, Harewood Road, Raphael Drive, Sheldrick Link, Admirals Walk, Beeleigh Link, Briarswood, North Avenue, Cowell Avenue, Sandford Road, Kirkmans Road, Colchester Road, Alder Drive, Churchill Rise, Railway Square, Winsford Way, Springfield Place, Cramphorn Walk, Hill Road, The Meads, Iris Close, Queensland Crescent, Silvester Way, New Nabbotts Way.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Chelmsford: Great Notley Discovery Centre and Park, Maldon District Museum, The Cressing Temple Barns, Aythorpe Roding Windmill, Sector 7 Laser, Heather Hills, Riverside Ice and Leisure Centre, Brook End Gardens, Hitchcocks Meadows, Hylands House and Park, The Cater Museum, Runningwell Equestrian Centre, Promenade Park, Topsail Charters, Newland Grove, Tenpin Chelmsford, Backwarden, Marsh Farm, Danbury Ridge, Queens Park Billericay, Creepy Crawlies Play Centre, Little Waltham Meadows, Essex Police Museum, King Georges Playing Fields, Thrift Wood, Sandford Mill, Nomad Sea Kayaking, Cressing Temple, Sk8rs at Madison Heights, Hanningfield Reservoir, Monkey Madness Play Centre, Woodham Fen, Museum of Power Langford, Great War Experience, Onslow Green, Delta Force Juniperwood, Danbury Country Park, Maldon Promenade Park, Skirmish Wood, Chelmsford Museum, Cater Museum, West Park Pitch Putt and Crazy Golf, Madison Lanes, Norsey Wood, Stow Maries Halt, Dizzy Rascals, Wick Country Park, Mill Meadows, Baddow Hall Park, Stock Windmill, Chelmer Cruises.

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