HRH The Duke of Kent KG, who is also the Grand Master of the Freemasons’ United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE), visited the Royal Hospital Chelsea to open a newly refurbished berth funded by a £50,000 donation from The Freemasons’ Grand Charity made in 2009.

The Duke of Kent has visited the Royal Hospital Chelsea to enjoy the Chelsea Pensioners’ 322nd annual Founder’s Day Parade, which commemorates the founding of the Hospital by King Charles II in 1682.

As all eyes turn towards Brazil for the forthcoming World Cup, the Qatar Army is sending its bands to London to prepare for the 2022 World Cup in Doha.
Ruckus Wireless Inc. and Computer Products Ltd. have successfully completed a high capacity, high speed, Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi network for the Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Today, international singer-songwriter Bryan Adams unveiled a berth named in honour of his foundation.
The Cavendish London are donating £1 for every commemorative Rosa Lewis Afternoon Tea ordered this April.
Mr Fothergill's Seeds are kindly donating 25p to the Royal Hospital Chelsea Appeal Ltd. from every pack of Victoria Cross Poppy Seeds sold.

The refurbishment of the Chelsea Pensioners accommodation is now moving into the final stages with temporary accommodation built on site to house 50 Chelsea Pensioners.

The Royal Hospital Chelsea came second in Chelsea Building Society's Charity Choices event, winning £300.
On the 20th November, the David-Rees Williams Trio will be performing highlights from Ex Mass to put everyone in the mood for the Christmas Season.

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A Creative Connection Across the Generations

Although Chelsea Pensioners Rick Graham and Ernie Boyden are separated by a generation, they bond over the hobby they share. Both are keen painters and enjoy working together in the Royal Hospital’s art room.

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Live at Chelsea, Magnificent Music and a Magical Atmosphere

For the last few nights, the tranquil setting of the Royal Hospital has come alive as three main acts and their supporting artists took to the stage for Live at Chelsea. The South Grounds had a festival vibe with stalls selling food and drink and guests picnicking before making their way to the auditorium.

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