Property developer pledges its continued support for the Chelsea Pensioners by becoming a silver Corporate Friend of the Royal Hospital.

Retail sales of seed of Mr Fothergill's Poppy Victoria Cross this Spring (January to June 2014) have raised more than £24,000 for the Royal Hospital Chelsea.

On Monday 4 August Chelsea Pensioners will mark 100 years to the day since Britain entered the Great War.
Alan Titchmarsh officially opened the Chelsea Pensioners’ new allotments at the Royal Hospital Chelsea today (Thursday 24th July), which have been built thanks to a generous donation from The Steel Charitable Trust.
Chelsea Pensioner Ted Roberts has starred in a short film as part of the 1000 Londoners project, which aims to be the biggest documentary series ever made about a city.
A group of Chelsea Pensioner artists are to exhibit their London-themed work at an exhibition at the Royal Hospital Chelsea’s Margaret Thatcher Infirmary (MTI) next week.
Chelsea Pensioners and staff from the Royal Hospital Chelsea’s Margaret Thatcher Infirmary (MTI) celebrate the National Care Home Open Day with an ‘around the world’ tea party.
A ceremonial Service of Remembrance for the hundreds of thousands of men and women who volunteered to serve in the First World War has been held at the Royal Hospital Chelsea in the gracious presence of Her Majesty The Queen today (Saturday 28th June 2014).
Tomorrow Chelsea Pensioners Ray Pearson and Charmaine Coleman plan to skydive from 13,000 feet to raise funds for the Royal Hospital Chelsea and ABF, The Soldier’s Charity.
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.

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Pat McGurk joined the Army at 17 and never looked back. As a driver in the Royal Corps of Transport, he worked with close protection and the SAS, before driving dignitaries, VIPs and royalty. 

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