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

Chelmsford Postcode: CM1-CM3

Chelmsford Dialling Code: 01245

Population of Chelmsford: 111,511 (Census 2011)

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Chelmsford: TL713070

Essex's county town, Chelmsford lies on the rivers Can and Chelmer, a car journey of some 32 mls from the centre of London. The town boasts a populace of about 111,500 inhabitants, while the Borough of Chelmsford has about 168,300.

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

River Chelmer - geograph.org.uk - 411097Chelmsford History: The location of long past Neolithic and Bronze Age encampments, Chelmsford was subsequently the location of a Roman fortress in roughly AD 60, and the encampment that expanded surrounding the fort was called Caesaromagus (market place of Caesar) by the Romans. A Saxon camp followed after the demise of the Romans in Britain, and much later in the Domesday Book of 1086 it was recorded as Celmeresfort, even though by1189 it had taken on its modern name of Chelmsford.

At the time of the 13th Cent, Chelmsford became the county town of Essex and in addition became seat of the local assize. During the fourteenth century many of the citizens of the town were involved in the 1381 Peasant Revolt, a handful of the leading instigators were thereafter hung in Chelmsford after the revolt was ended by Richard II.

The 17th Cent saw lots more executions when the"Witchfinder General" Matthew Hopkins, put on trial and executed countless presumed exponents of witchcraft.

For several years a market town and agricultural centre, Chelmsford developed in to an important manufacturing town during the nineteenth century, manufacturing such products as agricultural machinery, steam engines, traction engines, ball bearings, wirelesses, and electrical engineering products. Its import in light industry resulted in its being a bombing target in World War 2, and it was hit a number of times.

The train arrived in Chelmsford in eighteen forty two (Eastern Counties Railway) bringing greater affluence to the town, as the the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation did some forty five yrs before (1797), when it joined the town with the Blackwater estuary, making it possible for ships to access the heart of the town from the open sea.

The town moved into serious decline in the 1980's, as a good deal of its plants went bust, even so it continues to be a flourishing and blooming town today, largely due to the closeness to the city of london, and the quality road and rail communications.

Chelmsford is positioned adjacent to the A12 in between Brentwood and Colchester it is roughly twenty six km driving distance from Colchester and about thirty-two miles from the heart of London. Address of Tourist Information Centre - Railway Station, Duke Street, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1HT. Phone: 01245 263859.

A selection of Chelmsford streets and roads: St John's Road, Colchester Road, Welland Avenue, Cornflower Drive, Cassino Road, Tees Road, Grampian Grove, Kingsford Drive, Wharf Road, Churchill Rise, Kingston Avenue, Crompton Street, Springfield Park Parade, Lupin Drive, Canvey Walk, Jacaranda Close, Chaucer Road, Plymouth Road, Chislett Row, Abbotts Place, Elm Road, Arbour Lane, Stock Road, Arbutus Close, Kirk Place, Hopkins Close, Regal Close, Whitethorn Gardens, Mearns Place, Viaduct Road, Chaplin Close, Braganza Way, Louvain Drive, Sunflower Close, Lonebarn Link, Ketleys, Orchard Street, Hill Crescent, Braziers Close, Hatfield Grove, Coval Lane, Rodney Way, Lower Anchor Street, Meadowside, Blacklock, Van Dieman's Road, Fawkner Close, Willoughby Drive, Beach's Drive, Tamar Rise, Milton Place, Ruskin Road, Marston Beck, Writtle Road, Chichester Drive, Martingale Drive.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Chelmsford: Newland Grove, Braintree Swimming Centre, Backwarden, Epping Ongar Railway, Brook End Gardens, Wacky Warehouse Queen B, Cressing Temple, Danbury Country Park, Woodham Fen, Topsail Charters, Blackwater Leisure Centre, Dizzy Rascals, Chelmer Cruises, Aythorpe Roding Windmill, The Chelmsford Mystery Treasure Trail, Namco Funscape Braintree, Waterhall Meadows, Admirals Park, Nomad Sea Kayaking, Runningwell Equestrian Centre, Little Waltham Meadows, Museum of Power Langford, Laser Kombat Basildon, The Cater Museum, AMF Hollywood Bowl Basildon, Kelvedon Hatch Nuclear Bunker, Great Notley Discovery Centre and Park, Sk8rs at Madison Heights, Braintree and Bocking Public Gardens, Marsh Farm, Creepy Crawlies Play Centre, Sandford Mill, Partyman World Basildon, Great Notley Country Park, Basildon Bowl and Quasar, Mill Meadows, Hitchcocks Meadows, Hanningfield Reservoir, Ongar Leisure Centre, Coco Nuts Play Ltd, Maldon District Museum, Madison Lanes, Sector 7 Laser, King Georges Playing Fields, Queens Park Billericay, Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park, Stow Maries Halt, Barleylands Farm Park, Hopefield Animal Sanctuary, Heather Hills, Combined Military Services Museum.

For your stay in Chelmsford and the East of England you're able to reserve lodging and hotels at the lowest priced rates by using the hotels search module included at the right hand side of this web page.

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Get Your Garden Buildings Business Listed: The easiest way to get your service appearing on the listings, will be to surf to Google and organize a directory posting, this can be undertaken at this site: Business Directory. It will probably take a bit of time before your business is encountered on the map, therefore get moving immediately.

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This webpage should be useful for surrounding parishes and villages such as: Leaden Roding, Galleyend, Newney Green, Boreham, Roxwell, Sandon, Highwood, Blackmore, Chelmer Village, Terling, Stock, Good Easter, Great Baddow, Great Waltham, Writtle, Parsonage Green, Little Waltham, Springfield, Great Oxney Green, Ingatestone, Moulsham, Broad's Green, Great Leighs, Downham, Margaretting, Ramsden Heath, Rivenhall, Hatfield Peverel, Edney Common, Witham, Cooksmill Green, Galleywood, Howe Green, Chignal St James, Broomfield, Howe Street, Brentwood, Boyton Cross, West Hanningfield, Pleshey, Mountnessing, Billericay. SITE MAP - LOCAL WEATHER

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