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In accordance with the Government's Tier 4 restrictions, for London and the South East, alongside Public Health England advice, we have made updated changes to our site restrictions. All scheduled on-site events and activities remain cancelled at this time until we are confident that there is no longer a risk to the Chelsea Pensioners. Safeguarding our resident community is our paramount concern.

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At the Royal Hospital Chelsea we offer excellent accommodation, comradeship and the highest standards of care for veterans of the British Army in recognition of their loyal service to the Nation.

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I think we’re doing well here, compared to the outside world. The staff are doing everything they can in the circumstances.

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Over the past year, the Royal Hospital’s wonderful team of nurses and carers has gone above and beyond to look after the health, safety and wellbeing of the Chelsea Pensioners. The Royal Hospital has a proud tradition of excellent nursing.

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Snowdrops at the Royal Hospital Chelsea
Signs of spring amid the snow

February has seen snow in much of the country, including here at the Royal Hospital. Our Grounds Manager, Ric Glenn, explains the impact of the weather and shares the first signs of spring. 

Governor, General Sir Adrian Bradshaw signing the Armed Forces Covenant
Supporting our soldiers

On Thursday 4, The Royal Hospital was proud to add its name to the growing list of organisations which have signed the Armed Forces Covenant. The signing took place during a virtual ceremony between The Governor, General Sir Adrian Bradshaw KCB OBE DL and the Rt. Hon Johnny Mercer MP, Minister for Defence People and Veterans.

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