Chelsea Summer Fete

This Saturday, 23 June, the Chelsea Summer Fete returns for an even bigger celebration of summer.

For those enjoying a sunny staycation in the Capital this summer, come to Chelsea for day of entertainment, perfect to enjoy with family and friends. From 10am – 6pm across Duke of York Square and Pavilion Road, welcome in the sunny season with traditional fete fun, delicious food and drink and fabulous live music programmed by Cadogan Hall.

At Duke of York Square, grab some food and a glass of fizz from the Fine Food Market and head to the running track, open for picnics. Chelsea FC will be onside to help with those footie skills, Sharky & George are hosting the ultimate summer party throughout the afternoon, Ham Polo Club will be on hand to help perfect your swing and Peter Jones will be out and about with storytelling and garden games for all the family. Don’t miss out on the fantastic stalls as well hosted by Chelsea Physic Garden, the National Army museum and all the traditional games you’d expect from your favourite summer fete! Visit Pavilion Road for face painting and a fantastic BBQ to fill you up of for your fun day ahead as well as many other treats and games, perfect for all the family.

Download a leaflet and map of what’s going on across the area here.

 

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Chelsea Chinese New Year Market

Did you know that February sees the beginning of Chinese New Year – and 2018 is the Year of the Dog, an animal that symbolises luck.

To celebrate, Duke of York Square will be hosting a special Chinese food market on 17 February with a delicious array of Chinese delicacies and traditional entertainment – including a Lion Dance at lunchtime and Lantern Quiz running throughout the day.

If you are a dog-lover, Pet Pavilion will be on hand with a ‘Best Dressed Dog’ competition, along with treats such as Pawsecco, Puppycinos and express treatments.

The Duke of York Square Saturday Fine Food Market will be open for business as usual between 10am and 4pm, will all weekly vendors along with a selection of authentic Chinese stall-holders. Entry is complimentary.

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