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We will create a database and populate it with UK streets and incidents of street crime. We will then plot the crimes on an interactive map for further analysis.
We will create a PostgreSQL PostGIS database on the local machine. Eventually all our spatial data will be stored here.
The dates have been set for the Chelmsford winter beer festival 2016. It starts at 12pm on Wednesday 17th of February and finishes at 11pm on Saturday 20th February. The same as last year, the event will be held at King Edward VI Grammar School, Broomfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 3SX.
It is now time to start preparing for the Chelmsford summer beer and cider festival 2015. It starts earlier this year at 12pm (noon) on Tuesday 7th of July and finishes at 11pm on Saturday 11th July. Just as last year, the event will be held at Admirals Park, Rainsford Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 2LY.
It is now time to start preparing for the Chelmsford summer beer and cider festival 2014. It starts at 12pm (noon) on Tuesday 15th of July and finishes at 11pm on Saturday 19th July. Just as last year, the event will be held at Admirals Park, Rainsford Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 2LY.
The Clay Pigeon 26 Robin Way, Chelmsford Essex CM2 8AS. The main website is claypigeonpub.co.uk.
A small bistro in an unusual location, serving a small but good quality selection of American-style food.
Barclays Bank Chelmsford had a pop-up business section running in December this year. I stopped to chat to the people from Wakelin's Premium Coffee who were there. Apparently they are local, but do not trade here or have a web site at all. They sold beans or ground beans at £2.50 for a 250g bag. Two bags were purchased (blends, which are not my normal thing): House Blend and Italian Passion.
In the early hours of this morning at 00:30 GMT I witnessed an unusal shooting star. It was seen just North of Chelmsford, Essex with a South-to-North direction. It lasted a couple of seconds and was yellowish in colour. Its width was quite large and it was visible through the clouds. What was it? A satellite in polar orbit breaking up, perhaps?