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History

Benches neglected
Published 25/01/2024

The benches on the Embankment are an important part of Chelsea’s riverside heritage but they are in an appalling state. If woodwork exposed to …

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History of Chelsea
Published 05/01/2024

Simon de Maré has written some very interesting notes on the streets, squares, and buildings in Chelsea.

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Christmas Lights
Published 19/11/2023

Chelsea’s Christmas Lights were switched on at 5pm on Saturday 18th November 2023.  

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AGM 2023
Published 14/11/2023

            The 2023 AGM of the Society was held at Chelsea Old Town Hall on Monday 13th November. The …

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Lord Cadogan
Published 08/11/2023

The Chelsea Society is delighted that the 9th Earl Cadogan has agreed to be a Vice-president of the Society in the place of his …

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Paul Davis – architect
Published 19/10/2023

We heard a talk by Paul Davis, founder of PDP architects , who is best known for rebuilding  the Duke of York Square, Saatchi …

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Another death on Chelsea’s roads
Published 30/07/2023

At 8am on 10th August 2023 a truck crushed a female cyclist to death on Battersea Bridge. Also, at 6.30 am on 14th May …

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Cabmen’s Shelter
Published 12/07/2023

The cabmen’s shelter near Albert Bridge which we saved from dereliction, has now opened as a café………Thurs-Sun 8 am -5pm Its the only place …

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MAKE BATTERSEA BRIDGE ROAD JUNCTION SAFE -TFL CONSULTATION
Published 10/07/2023

David Waddell writes: “The considerable traffic dangers at the Battersea Bridge/Cheyne Walk junction have been a major concern of the Chelsea Society and Cheyne …

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Lord Cadogan
Published 14/06/2023

The Chelsea Society announces with great regret the death on 11th June 2023 in Chelsea, of the 8th Earl Cadogan, one of its Vice-Presidents. …

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