Consultation announced into new ward boundaries for Westminster council

Consultation announced into new ward boundaries for Westminster council

The Local Boundary Commission for England on 1st October launched a consultation into potential changes to the boundaries for 17 council wards in the city of Westminster. The consultation will last until 9th December and is open for Westminster residents to express their opinions on wards including their boundaries and...

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Cleveland Clinic London Celebrates Important Milestone with ‘Topping Out’ Ceremony

Cleveland Clinic London Celebrates Important Milestone with ‘Topping Out’ Ceremony

Latest building milestone achieved in the development of Cleveland Clinic’s 185-bed UK hospital Cleveland Clinic London is pleased to announce a major milestone in the construction of its hospital at 33 Grosvenor Place, when the final external piece of the eight-story, 324,000-square-foot building will be put into place today. The...

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Inaugural Chelsea History Festival opened by Mayor of borough on sell-out first night

Inaugural Chelsea History Festival opened by Mayor of borough on sell-out first night

The first Chelsea History Festival was launched on October 9th by The Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, one of three host venues. Pictured with Chelsea Pensioners and Festival Director Harry Parker, The Mayor said “We are really excited that three of our...

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The winners of the 2019 Chelsea Awards announced at ceremony at the Saatchi gallery

The winners of the 2019 Chelsea Awards announced at ceremony at the Saatchi gallery

The winners have been announced for the Chelsea Awards 2019, after a showcase at the Saatchi Gallery on October 8th. Hundreds of nominations for the Chelsea Awards were made by the Chelsea community, with the winners decided by a panel of six independent judges representing different parts of the community:...

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Chelsea and Westminster launches new innovation programme

Chelsea and Westminster launches new innovation programme

 The Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust on 25th September, in collaboration with its charity CW+, launched a new initiative CW innovation to mark the hospital’s 300th anniversary. The scheme is intended to make the hospital a ‘national centre for innovation in healthcare’ by developing and sharing improvements in patient...

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New Lord Mayor of London elected

New Lord Mayor of London elected

On October 2nd the Corporation of the City of London elected William Russell to a one-year term as Lord Mayor beginning on 8th November. Russell, who has over 30 years’ experience in the financial services sector, will be the 692nd Lord Mayor of the City. The Lord Mayor’s principle role is to act...

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The 31st British Art fair now open at the Saatchi Gallery

The 31st British Art fair now open at the Saatchi Gallery

The 31st edition of British Art Fair is currently open, showcasing work by Britain’s greatest artists of the past century, presented by fifty specialist dealers. The British Art Fair (BAF) was founded in 1988 as the 20th Century British Art Fair and remains the only fair dedicated to Modern British...

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The inaugural Chelsea History Festival begins October 9th

The inaugural Chelsea History Festival begins October 9th

The first Chelsea History Festival will take place 9 – 13 October, 2019, along the Royal Hospital Road at founder venues: the National Army Museum, Royal Hospital Chelsea and Chelsea Physic Garden. The all-new, five-day event will bring the past to life through a programme of world-class speakers, historians and...

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Permanent school exclusions dramatically decrease in Wandsworth

Permanent school exclusions dramatically decrease in Wandsworth

Being excluded from school can be an isolating and frightening experience for children. Research by the Local Government Association also shows that gangs prey on excluded children, linking the rise in exclusions to the spike in violent crime. But one London borough is bucking the trend. Wandsworth used to have...

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Papplewick School celebrates European Day of Languages

Papplewick School celebrates European Day of Languages

Events to mark the European Day of Languages took place at Papplewick along with thousands of other schools across Europe.  With 6,000 languages spoken in the world behind each of which lies a rich and varied culture European Day of Languages aims to celebrate this diversity by sharing the importance of...

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