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

Chelmsford Postcode: CM1-CM3

Chelmsford Dialling Code: 01245

Chelmsford Population: 111,511 (Census 2011)

Ordnance Survey Map Reference for Chelmsford: TL713070

The county town of Essex, Chelmsford stands on the rivers Chelmer and Can, some 32 miles from the city of London. The town has a populace of about 111,000 people, and the Borough of Chelmsford has approximately 168,000.

Chelmsford is a historical town that was the location of a Roman fortress in approximately 60 AD. Its parish church, dedicated to St Mary the Virgin was named a cathedral in 1914. The city is twinned with Annonay in France and Backnang in Germany.

River Chelmer - geograph.org.uk - 411097The Story of Chelmsford: The location of long past Bronze Age and Neolithic colonies, Chelmsford was subsequently the site of a Roman fortress in approximately AD 60, and the settlement which evolved surrounding the fortification was known as Caesaromagus (Caesar's market place) . An Anglo Saxon encampment followed after the decline of the Roman Empire in Britain, and in the 1086 Domesday Book it was recorded as Celmeresfort, even though by the year 1199 it had taken on its modern name of Chelmsford.

In the 13th C, Chelmsford took on the title of county town of Essex and moreover became seat of the local assize. In the 14th century many of the occupants of Chelmsford participated in the 1381 Peasant Revolt, some of the leading culprits were thereafter executed in Chelmsford after the insurrection was ended by Richard the Second.

The 17th C saw more executions when Matthew Hopkins, the "Witchfinder General", tried and hanged countless alleged exponents of witchcraft.

Across the centuries a market town and agricultural centre, Chelmsford turned in to a major industrial town during the 19th Cent, manufacturing items such as ball bearings, agricultural machinery, traction engines, electrical engineering products and wirelesses. Its importance in light industrial engineering led to its being a bombing target during WWII, and it was hit a number of times.

The train found its way to Chelmsford in eighteen forty two (Eastern Counties Railway) bringing more prosperity to the town, the same as the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation had some some forty five yrs before (1797), at which time it interconnected the town with the estuary of the River Blackwater, making it possible for vessels to reach the centre of town from the open sea.

Chelmsford moved into considerable decline in the 1980's, as much of its industry ceased to be profitable, however it is still a thriving and expanding town today, mainly due to its close proximity to the city of london, plus its exceptional rail and road connections.

Chelmsford sits adjacent to the A12 in between Colchester and Brentwood it's some 16 mls driving distance from Colchester and about 51 kilometers from central London. Address of Tourist Information Centre - Railway Station, Duke St, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1HT. Phone: 01245 263859.

A selection of Chelmsford streets and roads: Henniker Gate, Lower Green, Turkey Oaks, Sharpington Close, Anjou Green, The Cedars, Aldeburgh Way, Delamere Road, Warwick Square, Colyers Reach, Lovibond Place, Gordon Road, Old School Field, Milburn Crescent, Coppins Close, Oaklands Crescent, Stanley Rise, Rembrandt Grove, Bishopscourt Gardens, St John's Road, Mendip Place, George Street, Oyster Place, Dairy Road, Evelyn Place, Cook Place, Hopkins Mead, Dolby Rise, Gepp Place, Little And Great Sir Hughes Lane, Webb Close, Mearns Place, Barrack Square, Lime Walk, Horse And Groom Lane, Lyon Close, Boyne Drive, Lawn Lane, Parkway, Darnay Rise, Hamlet Road, Malvern Close, Meadowside, Well Lane, Judge Road, Springfield Park Hill, Vermeer Ride, Sheppard Drive, Anvil Way, Victoria Court, Montagu Gardens, Bishop Hall Lane, Edward Drive, Argyll Road, Park Avenue, Hurst Way.

Attractions, places of interest, things to do and places to visit in and around Chelmsford: Backwarden, Basildon Bowl and Quasar, Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park, South Woodham Ferrers Leisure Centre, Wick Country Park, Coco Nuts Play Ltd, Cater Museum, Kelvedon Hatch Nuclear Bunker, Madison Lanes, Combined Military Services Museum, Dragons Lair PaintBall, Baddow Hall Park, Newland Grove, Maldon Promenade Park, Topsail Charters, Hitchcocks Meadows, Mill Meadows, Stock Windmill, Stow Maries Halt, Braintree Swimming Centre, AMF Hollywood Bowl Basildon, Cressing Temple, Creepy Crawlies Play Centre, Monkey Puzzle at Madison Heights, Marsh Farm, Ceramics on the Hop, Off Road Action Park, Delta Force Juniperwood, Monkey Madness Play Centre, Thrift Wood, Nomad Sea Kayaking, Promenade Park, Blackwater Leisure Centre, Great Notley Country Park, Essex Regiment Museum, Barleylands Farm Centre, 1st Bowl Billericay, Maldon District Museum, Runningwell Equestrian Centre, Aythorpe Roding Windmill, Witham Heritage Centre, Sandford Mill, Essex Police Museum, Riverside Ice and Leisure Centre, Brook End Gardens, Queens Park Billericay, Thorndon Country Park, Epping Ongar Railway, Riverside Leisure Centre, Tenpin Chelmsford, Battlesbridge Antiques Centre.

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