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image for Talk item typeChelmsford's Industrial Heritage Talk at Writtle College

Locomotive engraving

Locomotive engraving

Railway building is just part of Chelmsford's rich cultural heritage.

Historical talk, Tue 26 Jun 2018, free entry

Contact

jo.hasnip@writtle.ac.uk

01245 424200 25645

Address

Lordship Road,
Chelmsford,
Essex,
CM1 3RR

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Tue 26 Jun Chelmsford's Industrial Heritage Talk

Details

A variety of refreshments will be available to purchase upon arrival at 6:30pm. The talk will be held in the Northumberland lecture theatre and begin promptly at 7pm and run until approximately 8pm.

“Chelmsford has a rich and varied industrial heritage which includes many ground-breaking inventions. During this talk we will cover a large number of these marvellous achievements. The variety is amazing and includes from the early years the location of a rope maker’s walk and one of the many local iron foundries. From the Victorian era there is the first Marconi radio factory, a generator house used for public street lighting and a steam omnibus factory. The commentary will also include the building of the railway through Chelmsford, the precise manufacture of ball bearings, the evolution of radio, radar and the early days of television.”

Please contact Jo Hasnip (jo.hasnip@writtle.ac.uk) for further information

Disabled toiletsWelcome HostFacilities for conferencing

The Northumberland Building offers two modern, flexible lecture theatres and exhibition space with stylish décor and audio-visual facilities in a self contained building with large foyer for receptions for up to 200 delegates. The Essex Conference Suite is ideal for corporate meetings and intimate events. The three rooms and own foyer area can be hired separately or as the complete suite and offers conference and dining facilities for up to 50 delegates. The Rural Business Centre, designed as an energy efficient office, offers three separate conference rooms suitable for smaller meetings, accommodating up to 30 people.

Event details

Dates Times
Tue 26 Jun 2018 18:30 to 20:00
A variety of refreshments will be available to purchase upon arrival at 6:30pm. The talk will begin promptly at 7pm and run until approximately 8pm.

Prices

Free entry

Tickets required for entry please

Location

Directions

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Map reference: TL 677070  Lat: 51.73662 Long: 0.42729

By Road:
We are 15 minutes drive from the M25 with ample parking on site for students and visitors. For detailed directions and maps visit our website www.writtle.ac.uk

Visitor and disabled parking is clearly sign posted on campus.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 2 miles from Chelmsford station

Facilities

  • Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets
  • Welcome HostWelcome Host
  • Facilities for conferencingFacilities for conferencing

The Northumberland Building offers two modern, flexible lecture theatres and exhibition space with stylish décor and audio-visual facilities in a self contained building with large foyer for receptions for up to 200 delegates. The Essex Conference Suite is ideal for corporate meetings and intimate events. The three rooms and own foyer area can be hired separately or as the complete suite and offers conference and dining facilities for up to 50 delegates. The Rural Business Centre, designed as an energy efficient office, offers three separate conference rooms suitable for smaller meetings, accommodating up to 30 people.