The Chelsea Society was founded in 1927 by the local historian Reginald Blunt with the aim of protecting the interests of all who live and work here and to preserve and enhance the unique character of Chelsea.
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Mayor’s Charity Evening
The Royal Borough’s Mayor, Councillor Elizabeth Rutherford, is hosting an evening at the Kensington Town Hall on Wednesday 10 May in support of her ...Read more >
Sir Paul Lever KCMG is a member of the Council of The Chelsea Society. In the course of a long diplomatic career, his posts ...Read more >
The cost of development
Email from a resident adversely affected by the cumulative impact of several construction projects over a long period “Windows at the front of our properties ...Read more >
The Department for Transport have agreed to host a Heathrow Expansion Consultation on Wednesday 19th April at 6.30pm, at Fulham Library. A case has ...Read more >
The Chelsea Society considers that in the age of the mobile phone there are far too many ugly telephone kiosks cluttering the streets. They ...Read more >
The cricket match against the Chelsea Arts Club was such fun last summer that the Society will be playing another cricket match against the Club. The venue this year will be the playing field at Duke of York Square, by kind permission of Lord Cadogan Volunteers are invited to join our team for a light-hearted cricket match, and willingness to have a go is all that is required. Since there are many windows within range of the pitch, we may have to use a tennis ball. The intention is to…Read more >
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