Colchester Detectives have been operating in Colchester and the South East for almost 20 years.
During the siege of Colchester in the Civil War, a Royalist sniper known as One-Eyed Thompson sat in the belfry of the church of St Mary-at-the-Walls (Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall) and was given the nickname Humpty Dumpty.
Colchester is the largest town within the borough of Colchester in Essex, England.
At the time of the census in 2001 Colchester had a population of 104,390.
Colchester is the oldest recorded Roman town in Britain.
Colchester claims to be the oldest town in Britain.
Colchester was for a time the capital of Roman Britain and also claims to have the United Kingdom's oldest recorded market.
Colchester is 60 miles (97 km) northeast of London.
Colchester is connected to the capital by the A12 road and the Great Eastern Main Line.
Many of Colchester's parish churches date from this period.
In 1189, Colchester was granted its first royal charter by King Richard I (Richard the Lionheart.)
Colchester developed rapidly during the later fourteenth century as a centre of the woollen cloth industry, and became famous in many parts of Europe for its russets (fabrics of a grey-brown colour).
Colchester is noted for its Victorian architecture.
Since 2006, Colchester has been one of 12 places in the UK where Royal Salutes are fired to mark Royal anniversaries and visits by foreign heads of state.
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9 St John's Street, Colchester, CO2 7NN
Serving Colchester, Blackheath, Braiswick, Lexden, Wivenhoe and all areas in and around the South East