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.
On the 6th November, the Chapel Choir of the Royal Hospital Chelsea will be performing a number of pieces from Handel as part of the RHC Concert Series 10th Anniversary.
On the 23rd October, the Zemlinsky Quartet are performing works by Mozart, Schubert and Smetana as part of the RHC Concert Series 10th Anniversary.
Steven Brookes took over the role of Chaplain at the Royal Hospital Chelsea on Monday 7th October, replacing Reverend Dick Whittington who retires after 15 years with our very best wishes.

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Community, creativity and connection - Chelsea Pensioners and the Soldiers’ Arts Academy

The Soldiers’ Arts Academy links serving and veteran Army personnel and their families with professionals from the creative arts. Through a range of workshops, projects and productions they give participants the opportunity to discover new interests, recover from difficult experiences, transition into civilian life and even find new careers. 

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Researching our old Burial Ground gives Chelsea Pensioners a new lease of life

The monuments in the old Burial Ground record Chelsea Pensioners who took part in famous battles, former Governors and other members of staff and their families – and famous figures from the Royal Hospital’s history.

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