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  1. I wonder if we could get a listing for a Christmas Carol Concert, in aid of Royal Brompton Hospital?:

    1.   Name of event : Christmas Carol Concert
    2.   Date of event: 19th December 2013
    3.   Time of event: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
    4.   Venue: St Luke’s Church, Sydney Street, Chelsea SW3 6NH
    5.   Nearest tube: South Kensington 
    6.   Phone number for publication: 020 7 351 8613
    7.   Web address: http://www.rbhcharity.org/christmas-concert
    8.   Prices: Adults £20, Children (10-16) £10, Under 10s Free 
    9.   The age group the event is intended for : Any age
    10.  Description :
    Join us in the historic gothic splendour of St. Luke’s Church in Chelsea for the Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity’s first ever Christmas Carol Concert. With readings from local dignitiaries and celebrities, including Jane Asher and Betty Boothroyd the event promises to be an enjoyable festive evening in the run up to Christmas.
    All profits raised from the event will help fund a new, state-of-the-art operating theatre at Royal Brompton Hospital, which will improve treatments and help save the lives of hundreds of heart and lung patients treated at the hospital.

    Many thanks.

    Posted by Nick Fry | 4 October 2013, 1:49 pm
  2. Parallax Plans 8th Art Fair at Chelsea Town Hall, London.

    On Friday 18th and Saturday 19th October 2013, Chelsea Town Hall will host the eighth Parallax Art Fair, in its third successful year. Hoping to attract over 3000 visitors over the two day event, Parallax promises to be a major event on the art world calendar – and a great opportunity for casual browsers and Christmas shoppers too.

    Parallax is the biggest art fair of its kind, attracting around 200 exhibitors from all over the world. International artists will showcase work across all sorts of forms, including jewellery, bags, clothing, textiles, crafts, art, sculpture and many more.

    Do please let us know if you plan to cover / list the event. Many thanks.

    Full press release & images available on request.

    Jo
    01638 640600

    Posted by Jo Riches | 7 October 2013, 3:18 pm
  3. Hi

    Where can we send information about an event happening in the area that you cover?

    Many thanks

    Posted by olivia | 9 September 2014, 2:00 pm
  4. I am looking to find cheap accomodation near the albert hall for the concert on 3rd nov.

    Less than 100 for the nigh every thing I see is about 1 to 1.5 miles away can you help

    07903760722
    thanks

    Posted by elaine brown | 14 September 2014, 2:02 pm
  5. I have been to London a few times. I’ll be returning there next July. Can you please tell me the number bus I catch outside National Express coach station ( near Victoria tube station. ) I thought it was a small white bus, number 6 that took me along High Street Kensington. I will be staying at the Earls court Y.H A. in Bolton Gardens, so I need to know if this is still the bus that travels along Earls Court Rd, for me to get off at say., The Earls court tube. I know the area fairly well
    I’ll be catching the National Express coach at terminal No. 4 Heathrow, upon my arrival from Aust.

    Can you please help me. As I said, I’m sure this was the bus I used to catch when I was staying at the Holland House Y. H. A, which no longer exists.

    I look forward to your helpful reply at your earliest convenience. With thanks.

    Stanley Facoory

    Posted by stanley facoory | 25 December 2014, 1:50 am
    • Hi Stanley, it’s the C1 bus that you’ll need to take. This is indeed one of the ‘small’, single-decker London buses although it is definitely red! C1 goes from Victoria Coach Station (that is its second stop) through Belgravia, Knightsbridge and South Kensington, and in fact has a stop called Bolton Gardens/Brompton Library which will be very convenient for you, as your hostel is only a couple of minutes walk from there. The bus does indeed eventually travel down a bit of Kensington High Street towards its destination of Shepherd’s Bush.

      P.S. Out of interest, I looked up old photographs of the C1 bus and have found some white versions that existed in the past! I personally don’t ever remember them being white buses, but it seems they were!

      Posted by Anna | 29 December 2014, 4:49 pm
  6. HI I was wondering if there are any established Bicycle huts in the Kensington area where I could store my bike while Im at work during the week. I wouldn’t want to leave it tied to some gate anywhere due to vandalism. Do you know if there is anywhere safe to lock my bike up please.
    thanks
    Claire Cooke

    Posted by Claire Cooke | 17 April 2015, 12:19 pm
    • Not that I know of, no. There appears to be some bike racks close to High Street Kensington station (the path that runs next to the Underground tracks, leading to the two hotels), I don’t know if that would work for you. Otherwise, check out (or contact) http://www.bikeminded.org/.

      Posted by Anna | 21 April 2015, 2:40 pm
  7. We will be coming from Victoria Coach Station with suitcases and want to get to Tollard House 388 Kensington High St
    (a) what bus is best for us? or
    (b) is it easier to take the tube and get off at Kensington Olympia?

    Thanks for any help you can give

    Posted by Freda Walker | 10 March 2016, 7:09 am
    • Hmmm, it’s not actually all that straightforward, unfortunately. There’s no one bus that doesn’t involve a long walk at either end (20-25 minutes) and the tube is tricky…the District Line only runs to Kensington Olympia on the weekends (not very frequently, one train every 20 minutes). If you’re travelling on the weekend then I probably would take the tube (District Line from Victoria to Earl’s Court, then change to Olympia) as Kensington Olympia is right by your destination. If not on the weekend, then take the C1 bus from Victoria Coach Station to Knightsbridge, and then change here for the 9 or 10 bus, both of which go to Kensington Olympia station. This whole bus journey might take around 45 minutes.

      Posted by Anna | 15 March 2016, 3:15 pm
  8. We will be in the Kensington and Chelsea areas for Christmas and New Year (2016). I am looking for information on transportation for that time period. I see that it will be a “holiday” schedule but cannot find out what that means or the actual schedules.

    Posted by Peri Koester | 17 August 2016, 5:43 pm
  9. Would like to know if a club called the
    Sarsfield Club still exists in Nottinghill, as it had connections with
    a club of the same name in my home town
    here in Rep. of Ireland.

    Posted by Pat O'Reilly | 7 December 2016, 8:21 pm

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