Governance

President

John Simpson CBE

Vice-Presidents:

The Earl Cadogan D.L.
The Worshipful The Mayor of Kensington and Chelsea
The Rt. Hon. Greg Hands, M.P.
Mr. Damian Greenish

Council

The Council is appointed to manage the Society according to its Constitution and charitable status.

Members of the Council are elected by the membership of the Society, or co-opted for a limited period by the Council. Officers are appointed by the Council.

The terms of office of Officers and Members of Council are specified in the Constitution. new-constitution-21-11-16

The Chelsea Society welcomes nominations from its members and regularly works with individuals and sub-groups on specific areas of Society interest.

The Officers and members of Council are as follows:

Chairman: Dr. James Thompson  – chairman@chelseasociety.org.uk

Vice-ChairmanMichael Stephen – vicechair@chelseasociety.org.uk 

Treasurer: Michael Illingworth FCA   Treasurer@chelseasociety.org.uk

Secretary: Jennifer Grossman – HonSecretary@chelseasociety.org.uk

Membership Secretary: Allan Kelly – Membership@chelseasociety.org.uk

Chairman of the Planning Committee: Michael Stephen – Planning@chelseasociety.org.uk

Editor of the Annual Report: Dr. Sarah Ingham – HonEditor@chelseasociety.org.uk

Other Members of Council:

Michael Bach
Martyn Baker
Patrick Baty
Terence Bendixson
Amalia Cebreiro
Jane Dorrell
Christopher Lenon
Sir Paul Lever KCMG
Fleur de Villiers CMG

The Society’s postal address is 

The Secretary, The Chelsea Society

17 Markham Street

London SW3 3NP


 

Nomination Form

If you would like to be considered as a member of the Council please complete this form:

nomination-for-election-to-council

and post to:

The Chairman

The Chelsea Society

17 Markham Street

London SW3 3NP

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