New website features cultural and events guide for Chelsea and surrounding area
The Royal Hospital Chelsea is among the "cultural beacons" highlighted on a new definitive website listing cultural attractions and events in Cheslea.
'In Chelsea' (www.InChelsea.co.uk) has launched this week and includes a cultural calendar detailing 'what's on' each day, in addition to features, interviews and the latest news on dining and shopping in Chelsea. The online guide has been created by Cadogan, which will also release a quarterly newsletter full of offers and events for website subscribers.
Hugh Seaborm, Chief Executive of Cadogan, said: “Chelsea has a long, rich and iconic cultural history shaped by a multitude of artists, authors, musicians and designers over the centuries. It has been a pleasure to work closely with local cultural beacons, such as the Royal Hospital Chelsea, to highlight this legacy, while celebrating all that the area has to offer today.”
Visit the site: www.InChelsea.co.uk
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