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

Chelmsford Post Code: CM1-CM3

Dialling Code for Chelmsford: 01245

Chelmsford Population: 111,511 (Census 2011)

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Chelmsford: TL713070

The county town of Essex, Chelmsford lies upon the Can and Chelmer rivers, about 32 mls from the centre of London. Chelmsford has a population of around 111,500 inhabitants, while the Borough of Chelmsford has around 168,000.

Chelmsford is a historical 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. Chelmsford is twinned with Annonay (France) and Backnang (Germany).

River Chelmer - - 411097Chelmsford Historic Past: The site of long past Neolithic and Bronze Age encampments, the town was later the location of a Roman fort in approximately AD 60, and the community that grew up in the locality of the fortification was known as Caesaromagus (market place of Caesar) by the Romans. A Saxon community followed after the downfall of Roman control in Britain, and in the eleventh century Domesday Book it was named Celmeresfort, nevertheless one hundred years later it had become known by its current name of Chelmsford.

As early as the 13th century, it became the county town of Essex and also became seat of the local assize. In the 14th Cent some of the inhabitants of Chelmsford took part in the Peasants Revolt (1381), a few of the instigators were thereafter put to death in the town after Richard the Second ended the revolt.

The 17th century witnessed many more executions as Matthew Hopkins, the "Witchfinder General", put on trial and hanged many assumed exponents of witchcraft.

For many generations a market town and agricultural centre, Chelmsford turned in to a major industrial town in the nineteenth century, producing such products as agricultural machinery, steam engines, traction engines, ball bearings, wirelesses, and electrical engineering products. Its importance in light industry caused it to be a target for bombing during WWII, and it was successfully struck many times.

The railway line came to the town in eighteen forty two (Eastern Counties Railway) bringing extra prosperity for the town, similar to that which the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation had done some forty five years earlier (1797), at which time it connected Chelmsford with the estuary of the River Blackwater, encouraging vessels to reach the centre of town from the open sea.

Chelmsford went into a time of decline in the 1980's, simply because a good deal of its industry closed, even so it remains a thriving and developing town today, largely due to its nearness to the capital, plus the first rate rail and road connections.

Chelmsford sits beside the A12 between Colchester and Brentwood it's some sixteen mls car journey from Colchester and about 32 mls from the centre of London. Tourist Information Centre Address - Railway Station, Duke Street, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1HT. Phone: 01245 263859.

A selection of Chelmsford streets and roads: Linden Close, Harrison Court, Dahlia Close, Waltham Glen, Fir Tree Rise, Thames Avenue, Sutton Mead, Colvin Chase, Scotts Walk, Belmonde Drive, Weymouth Road, Spalding Avenue, Inkerpole Place, Southborough Road, Vale End, Brook Lane, Skreens Court, Goddard Way, Piper's Tye, Shelley Road, Blacksmith Close, Sylvan Close, Brackenden Drive, Brook End Road South, Randulph Terrace, Cornflower Drive, Bakers Lane, Farrow Road, Willowbank, Bishopscourt Gardens, Copperfield Road, Cannon Leys, London Road, Cottage Place, Whitethorn Gardens, Plymouth Road, Turkey Oaks, Whitfield Link, Rectory Lane, New Writtle Street, West Avenue, Cartwright Walk, Southend Road, Longstomps Avenue, Crozier Terrace, Kirklees, Forest Drive, Lady Lane, Anvil Way, Hill Road South, Bouverie Road, Menish Way, Cook Place, Christy Avenue, Brook Street, Friars Walk.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Chelmsford: Barleylands Farm Centre, Great Notley Discovery Centre and Park, Barleylands Farm Park, Maldon Promenade Park, Delta Force Juniperwood, Essex Police Museum, Riverside Ice and Leisure Centre, Chelmer Cruises, Stock Windmill, Woodham Fen, Queens Park Billericay, Riverside Leisure Centre, Braintree Swimming Centre, Hylands House and Park, Brook End Gardens, Great Notley Country Park, Monkey Puzzle at Madison Heights, Crazy Kids Adventure Play, Little Waltham Meadows, Great War Experience, Blackwater Leisure Centre, 1st Bowl Billericay, Thrift Wood, AMF Hollywood Bowl Basildon, Hanningfield Reservoir, Wacky Warehouse Queen B, Skirmish Wood, Namco Funscape Braintree, Stow Maries Halt, Museum of Power Langford, Sk8rs at Madison Heights, Chelmsford Museum, Wick Country Park, Tropical Wings World of Wildlife, Hopefield Animal Sanctuary, Sector 7 Laser, Monkey Madness Play Centre, Sandford Mill, West Park Pitch Putt and Crazy Golf, Mill Meadows, Promenade Park, Tenpin Chelmsford, Basildon Bowl and Quasar, Witham Heritage Centre, Dizzy Rascals, Epping Ongar Railway, Coco Nuts Play Ltd, Maldon Wick, Essex Clay Pigeon Shoot, The Cater Museum, Cheeky Monkeez.

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Provided that you took pleasure in this tourist info and guide for Chelmsford, Essex, then you could possibly also find various of our additional resort and town guides useful, perhaps the guide to Hunstanton, or maybe even the website on Kings Lynn. To go to one or more of these sites, then click on the relevant village or town name. Maybe we will see you again some time in the near future.