The Stafford London visits Chelsea Pensioners at The Royal Hospital

The Stafford London visits Chelsea Pensioners at The Royal Hospital

Staff members of The Stafford paid a visit to local Chelsea pensioners at The Royal Hospital this month, kick-starting festive celebrations for residents of the Margaret Thatcher Infirmary. The staff hosted a delightful Christmas Afternoon Tea Party for veterans of World War II and the Korean War, arranged as part...

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The ceremony of the Christmas cake at the Royal Hospital

The ceremony of the Christmas cake at the Royal Hospital

“Onward with pride and purpose” The Royal Hospital, founded in 1682, was designed by Christopher Wren and John Soane. It is the impressive, historical home of about three hundred Chelsea Pensioners, all of whom are veterans of the British Army. Many events take place there during the year, but at...

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The Chelsea Jewellers

The Chelsea Jewellers

The Chelsea Jewellers is the newest gem in the heart of Chelsea. Conveniently located just off the Kings Road in the long established “The Antiques Arcade” 151 Sydney street. Their varied jewellery collection includes stunning pieces in 18ct  and 9ct gold, as well as silver, meaning they have a range...

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Sunshine and potatoes

Sunshine and potatoes

The Chelsea Flower Show took place on 23rd – 27th May this year and it was absolutely roasting, the humans trapped inside full body tree suits posed a serious safety concern should their perspiration slide them right off their stilts. They can’t have been the only hired entertainment on the...

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Ageing gracefully with Auriens: London’s elite residence for the older generation

Ageing gracefully with Auriens: London’s elite residence for the older generation

Exclusive interview with Auriens co-founder Karen Mulville, the brains behind Chelsea’s brand new luxury residence for the older generation. Having experienced firsthand the time and dedication required to care for her parents and looking to move them into a more appropriate living space, co-founder of Auriens Karen Mulville became aware...

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Antonio Conte won’t let champions Chelsea rest on their laurels

Antonio Conte won’t let champions Chelsea rest on their laurels

Michy Batshuayi was the unlikely hero of Chelsea’s 1-0 win over West Brom on Friday, a result which ensured the West London club could not be caught by Spurs in this year’s Premier League title race. Manager Antonio Conte celebrated the £33 million man’s goal in typically exuberant fashion, but...

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Chelsea set to miss out on Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez

Chelsea set to miss out on Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez

Chelsea look set to lose out on Arsenal’s star striker Alexis Sanchez who seems set to quit the Gunners, with Manchester City emerging as his preferred destination. Chilean station Radio Cooperativa report that Sanchez has already decided that this will be his final season with Arsenal, while City are prepared...

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Chelsea and Fulham MP visits local school

Chelsea and Fulham MP visits local school

Children at The Hampshire School, Chelsea, enjoyed a visit from local Chelsea and Fulham MP and Minister for International Trade Greg Hands. Hands attended a presentation from Year 2 children titled Water is Life, which explored the importance of clean water and included the children’s findings from their mission to become...

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Weekend’s Sporting Roundup as Johanna Konta wins in Miami

Weekend’s Sporting Roundup as Johanna Konta wins in Miami

What has already been a memorable year for Britain’s number one female tennis player Johanna Konta, reached new heights this weekend as she recorded a fine win at the Miami Open. In what is certainly the most prestigious tournament win of her career, she became the first British woman to...

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Chocolate grows on trees in Chelsea

Chocolate grows on trees in Chelsea

Currently ripening in the steamy heat of the “tropical corridor” at Chelsea Physic Garden is a cocoa pod, the fruit of the Theobroma cacao Theobroma cacao, theobroma meaning food of the gods in Latin, has strong ties to the Physic Garden. In 1689 Hans Sloane returned to London from working as a...

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