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Photo Competition
Published | 10 September 2021

Again this year, Chelsea’s renowned photographer and local Councillor, Alison Jackson, has organised a photography competition. Entries should be submitted before 1st October.  See ...

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The Local Plan
Published | 1 September 2021

The Council is consulting on the revision of the Local Plan.  This is the basic document by reference to which all planning applications are ...

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Embankment Gardens
Published | 31 August 2021

We have received a letter from RBKC as follows, requesting comments by 15th October: “We are in the initial stages of putting together improvement ...

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Published | 31 August 2021

RBKC are consulting on their Future High Streets Programme They would like to invite you to share your ideas for the future of Chelsea’s ...

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Chelsea at War
Published | 28 August 2021

Summer 1940 – June Spencer, a debutante and dress designer, volunteers as a driver for the London Auxiliary Ambulance Service in Chelsea.  It’s gruesome ...

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The Cadogan Arms
Published | 18 August 2021

The Chelsea Society is pleased to see that The Cadogan Arms, on the King’s Road, has re-opened in all its Victorian splendour. We look ...

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Don’t divide Chelsea!
Published | 30 July 2021

The Chelsea Society has objected to the proposal by the Parliamentary Boundary Commission to divide Chelsea into two parliamentary constituencies.  Individual members have also ...

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Noisy vehicles
Published | 12 July 2021

As we all know, noisy motorbikes and “supercars” are a menace in Chelsea Last year RBKC piloted acoustic cameras to good effect. They fined ...

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Not forgotten
Published | 6 July 2021

On 3rd July, exactly 77 years after they died, someone has placed flowers under the memorial in Turks Row to the 74 Americans who ...

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Sir Thomas More
Published | 23 June 2021

Sir Thomas was one of Chelsea’s most famous residents, who lost his head when he resisted the secular power of the time. He worshipped ...

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