Essex and kent scottish chatham
DISCLAIMERThe classes listed on this website are supplied independently by 3rd party teachers and institutions.The Local Yoga Classes Directory is not responsible for the style and content of these classes listed.'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 , Chelmsford became the seat of government ...The king probably lodged at his nearby manor house at Writtle. Their formidable task in Chelmsford was to draft, engross, date, seal and despatch by messengers riding to the farthest corners of the realm, the daily batches of commissions, mandates, letters, orders and proclamations issued by the government not only to speed the process of pacification of the kingdom, but to conduct much ordinary day-to-day business of the Crown and Government." Richard II famously revoked the charters which he had made in concession to the peasants on 2 July 1381, while in Chelmsford.An under-cover market, operating Tuesday to Saturday, is still an important part of the city centre over 800 years later.The city's name is derived from Ceolmaer's ford which was close to the site of the present High Street stone bridge.
The town was given the name of Caesaromagus' (the market place of Caesar), although the reason for it being given the great honour of bearing the Imperial prefix is now unclear – possibly as a failed 'planned town' provincial capital to replace Londinium or Camulodunum.Chelmsford's population consists of a large number of City and Docklands commuters, attracted by the 30–35 minute journey into Central London via the Great Eastern Main Line railway.The same journey takes approximately 60 minutes by road via the A12.On 14 March 2012, Lord President of the Privy Council and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg announced that Chelmsford along with Perth Scotland and St Asaph Wales was to be granted city status to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II.
In 1199, following the commissioning of a bridge over the River Can by Maurice, Bishop of London, William of Sainte-Mère-Eglise was granted a Royal Charter for Chelmsford to hold a market, marking the origin of the modern town.is the principal settlement of the City of Chelmsford district, and the county town of Essex, in the East of England.