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Chelsea Cricket Match
Events | Sep 07, 2016

The Chelsea Arts Club is one of the great institutions of Chelsea.  This year marks the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Club ...

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Explore the Foreshore in Chelsea
Events | Sep 19, 2016

After the huge success of the Guided Walk last year, we have managed to persuade Dr Fiona Haughey to return and take another group ...

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Visit to the Travellers Club
Events | Sep 24, 2016

Visit to the Travellers Club – Saturday 24th September 2016 at 2.30 pm The original concept of The Travellers Club, founded in 1819, dates ...

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Christ Church Chelsea
News | August 12, 2016

Letter sent by the Chairman of the Planning Committee to RBKC on 11th July 2016 about Christ Church, Chelsea – PP/16/04188 as follows: “The Applicants ...

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The Royal Brompton Hospital
News | July 11, 2016

We are fortunate to have in Chelsea two hospitals providing world-class tertiary medical services in different specialisations, in addition to our general hospital – ...

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RBKC Local Plan – Chelsea Society comments
News | February 16, 2016

Here are the Chelsea Society’s comments on the RBKC Local Plan – Partial Review. (See the plan on RBKC website). GENERAL POINTS The Society ...

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Crossrail2
Feature | July 11, 2016

THE CHELSEA SOCIETY'S RESPONSE TO TRANSPORT FOR LONDON'S CONSULTATION The Chelsea Society does understand that Crossrail2 is being planned to serve London for many years in the future, and not just for the London of today. The Society fully supports the construction of Crossrail2, but the crucial issue for us is whether the route from Clapham Junction to Victoria should be diverted so as run under Chelsea with a station here, and if so, what impact it would have on the character of Chelsea and its quality of life. The…

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Our exhibition is now closed. It has been a huge success and we hope you all enjoyed learning more about Royal Chelsea.

We would not have achieved this without our wonderful sponsors: Pemberton Greenish, Cadogan Estate, Martins Property and Sloane Stanley.

Thank you also to these lovely partners and supporters: Partridges, Duke of York Square, My London Tours, Sloane Sq magazine, JF Marquees and Peter Jones.
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