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Royal Opera House backstage visit
Events | Aug 05, 2016

Friday 5 August 2016 at 12.30 pm. The Backstage Tour will include an introduction to the interesting history of this world renowned theatre and ...

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Autumn Lecture – September
Events | Sep 26, 2016

As the Explore the Foreshore event was such a success, we have asked Dr Fiona Haughey, a leading Thames archaeologist, who led the walk, ...

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Autumn Lecture – October
Events | Oct 24, 2016

We are expecting a very important speaker but details are still to be confirmed. Please make a note of the date in your diary. ...

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The Royal Brompton Hospital Community Liaison Group
News | July 11, 2016

The third meeting of the Brompton Hospital Community Liaison Group met and the minutes of the meeting are available to view here.

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Royal Brompton Hospital Stage 2 Exhibition
News | May 19, 2016

Here is an update sent by Soundings on behalf of Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust. As you may be aware, Royal Brompton & ...

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News | May 19, 2016

Around 4900 people from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea have responded to the most recent Crossrail 2 consultation. TfL has announced that ...

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Crossrail 2
Feature | July 11, 2016

The Chelsea Society opposes the construction of a Crossrail 2 station within Chelsea. TfL has now published its response to the last Consultation on this issue. This is a link to that response: https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/crossrail2/october2015/user_uploads/rtir.pdf The paper is divided into two parts; generic issues and location specific issues. The alternative locations for Chelsea (Imperial Wharf/World’s End) are considered in paras 5.1.8 and 5.1.9. Those two alternatives are rejected by TfL. The location specific issues are considered in paragraph 11. TfL give a clear indication that it remains in favour of a…

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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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The Chelsea Society added 4 new photos to the album: Royal Hospital Day at the Chelsea Society Exhibtion — at SW3. ... See MoreSee Less

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We celebrate the Royal Hospital Chelsea tomorrow at our exhibition. To rouse spirits the choir from the Hampshire School are singing the National Anthem at 1.30pm do come and join in. Duke of York Square ... See MoreSee Less

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