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Summer Party!
Events | Jul 05, 2017

This year our Summer Party will be rather special! As from 6.30 pm on Wednesday 5th July The Chelsea Society and its guests will have ...

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Meeting with Chelsea Residents’ Associations
Events | Sep 25, 2017

The Chelsea Society meets with the Residents’ Associations of Chelsea. This is a popular annual event, and was attended by more than 100 people ...

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Autumn Lecture
Events | Oct 30, 2017

Monday 30th October in the Small Hall at Chelsea Old Town Hall, at 6.30 pm on a subject to be announced

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Grenfell Tower
News | June 18, 2017

The Chelsea Society is appalled by the devastation caused by the fire at Grenfell Tower, and sends its sincere condolences to the people affected. ...

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Paul Aitkenhead
News | May 6, 2017

  It is with great regret that the Society announces the death on 5th May 2017 of Paul Aitkenhead.  Paul lived in Draycott Avenue ...

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The cost of development
News | April 22, 2017

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 ...

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Sloane Street
Feature | July 28, 2016

On 11th April 2017 a meeting was held in Sloane Street between The Chairman of the Society, the Chairman of the Planning Committee of the Society, the member for Hans-Brompton Ward on the Planning Committee of the Society; the Cabinet Member for Transport and the Chief Transport Engineer of RBKC; two traffic engineers from TfL; the Chief Executive of Cadogan, and a traffic consultant engaged by Cadogan. When we were standing on the corner of Basil St at about 4pm the northbound traffic tailed back down Sloane St. as far as…

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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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