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station was rebranded to The Heart of Essex, Essex. Citation needed Most of the former Hoffman New Street factory was demolished during the summer of 1990 and the site is now occupied by the sprawling Rivermead Campus of the Anglia Ruskin University. In the 17th century many of the victims of Matthew Hopkins (the self-styled "Witchfinder General spent their last days imprisoned in Chelmsford, before being tried at the Assizes and hanged for witchcraft. Chelmsford Swimming Club has been running for over 100 years and is located in the Riverside Ice and Leisure building in Chelmsford. I also had an interest in science - in particular, space exploration and the race to get a man to the moon. Find out about the local media environment and learn from activists who are doing like-minded work. 74 A second site at Sandford Mill Chelmsford's former waterworks displays further exhibits from Chelmsford's telecommunications, electrical engineering and rolling bearings industries.

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Be sure to write down when and with whom you spoke. Retrieved Ford, David Nash. 25 The municipal borough was abolished in 1974 and its former area was combined with most of the remainder of the rural district to form the larger Borough of Chelmsford. The one-time largest employer in Chelmsford, RHP, the former Hoffman ball bearing manufacturing company, closed its New Street/Rectory Lane site in 1989. Archived from the original on Retrieved "Tears and Glory". Chelmsford was significantly involved in the Peasants' Revolt of 1381, and Richard II moved on to the town after quelling the rebellion in London. Contact us before you approach the station and well send you one in the mail. 118 Mary Russell Mitford lived in Reading for a number of years and then spent the rest of her life just outside the town at Three Mile Cross and Swallowfield.

'The Sleepers and The Shadows written by Hilda Grieve in 1988 using original sources, states: "For nearly a week, from Monday 1st July to Saturday 6th July 1381, Chelmsford became the seat of government. Missing or empty title ( help ) dead link Chelmsfod Mosque. The A414 trunk road, running from Hemel Hempstead to nearby Maldon, is a main road into the city, just off the A12, and also links the city to the M11 motorway at J7 near Harlow.