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For department specific enquiries, please use the details below.

Enquiry Type

Department

Phone number

Email address

General & Pensioner Enquiries

Switchboard

020 7881 5200

 
To become a Chelsea Pensioner

Admissions

020 7881 5204

admissions@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

Request for Chelsea Pensioners to Attend Events

Regimental Sergeant Major

020 7881 5209

ross.martin@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

Fundraising & Corporate Sponsorship Enquiries

Fundraising

020 7881 5284

appeal@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

Friends Membership Enquiries

Friends

020 7881 5516

friends@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

Venue Hire Enquiries

Events

020 7881 5350

RHCevents@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

Burton Court Membership & Enquiries

Burton Court

020 7881 5324

sophia.maybanks@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

Online Shop Enquiries

Online Shop

020 7881 5425

onlineshop@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

PR & Marketing Enquiries

Communications

020 7881 5298 / 07976 400 887

media@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

Recruitment Enquiries

Human Resources

 

staffrecruitment@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

Wren Chapel & Services Enquiries

Chapel Administrator

020 7881 5214

chapeladministrator@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

Tours of the Royal Hospital Chelsea

Tours

020 7881 5493

tours@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk  

School Visits & Enquiries

Education

020 7881 5360

schools@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk  

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Paul Whittick
“When we’re out of lockdown, I’ll be ready!”

Chelsea Pensioner Paul Whittick, who served in the Royal Army Medical Corps, has always been keen on keeping fit. In the light of lockdown, he says staying physically and mentally active is more important than ever.

Pensioners on parade for the Royal visit
“It’s a lovely day tomorrow”

The pandemic has meant it’s been a very difficult year for us all. The Chelsea Pensioners are no exception and have missed getting out and about. Nevertheless, they’ve put a brave face on it and, as one Chelsea Pensioner puts it, “the banter continues”.

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