The Chelsea Society – a local institution

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The Chelsea Society – a local institution

A registered charity with over a thousand members, the Chelsea Society is an important part of the local community. Its first meeting was called by local historian Reginald Blunt CBE in April 1927,  with the aim of protecting the interests of all who live and work here – while stimulating interest in the area’s fascinating history, character and traditions. 90 years later, they are still going strong.

Annual individual membership to the Society is only £20, for which you receive regular updates and invitations to events, lectures and visits among other benefits.

The Society also works to encourage good architecture, town planning and civic design. They value the opinions and views of locals, with two opportunities coming up to have your say. No booking necessary and all welcome:

Discussion meeting on planning: 10 April 2017 at 6.30pm

Discussion meeting on RBKC finances: 22 May 2017 at 6:30pm

Both will take part in the Small Hall at Chelsea Old Town Hall.

For further information or to join, please visit http://chelseasociety.org.uk/

 

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