Monopoly Chelmsford Board Game £7.27 @ Amazon (free Delivery with prime/£10 spend)
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Monopoly Chelmsford Board Game £7.27 @ Amazon (free Delivery with prime/£10 spend)

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Found 13th May 2014
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Rediscover Chelmsford with this unique edition of Monopoly
Locate your favourite Chelmsford hotspots
Roll the dice to begin your property building empire in this new version of Monopoly!
Fun for children and adults alike
Suitable for everyone over the age of 8

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PLEASEEE BRING OUT THE SLOUGH EDITION

Come friendly bombs....

What's Chelmsford?

oUkTuRkEyIII

What's Chelmsford?



It's a City in Essex rather than a City in West Yorkshire....

Is this totally Reem ?

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peterfoster

It's a City in Essex rather than a City in West Yorkshire....



yea but they've been calling themselves a city for decades. Only actually received the royal charter last year though

adam_holcombe

yea but they've been calling themselves a city for decades. Only actually … yea but they've been calling themselves a city for decades. Only actually received the royal charter last year though



Who precisely has been "calling themselves a City" before the granting of the Royal Charter? I've lived in the City since 1988 and can't recall anyone describing it as such prior to the granting of the Royal Charter. The only use of the word I can recall in regard to Chelmsford prior to the granting of the Royal Charter was in connection with Chelmsford City Football Club which was formed in 1938....

And by some definitions Chelmsford has been a City for some time by reason of the existence of its splendid Cathedral which was built as a church some 800 years ago and became a Cathedral in 1914....

Point of information. The Royal Charter was not granted "last year" but in 2012 to celebrate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee....

I live in Chelmsford. I'm well annoyed I missed this!


peterfoster

Who precisely has been "calling themselves a City" before the granting of … Who precisely has been "calling themselves a City" before the granting of the Royal Charter? I've lived in the City since 1988 and can't recall anyone describing it as such prior to the granting of the Royal Charter. The only use of the word I can recall in regard to Chelmsford prior to the granting of the Royal Charter was in connection with Chelmsford City Football Club which was formed in 1938....And by some definitions Chelmsford has been a City for some time by reason of the existence of its splendid Cathedral which was built as a church some 800 years ago and became a Cathedral in 1914....Point of information. The Royal Charter was not granted "last year" but in 2012 to celebrate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee....



I was mainly referring to the football club. Coming from Billericay, "You're a town not a city, a town not a ciiity" - it used to wind their fans up
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