My Chelsea Riverside

Twelve projects were supported across the ward. Among them was a contribution towards starting a Under-11’s girl’s youth table tennis club hosted and led by staff at Chelsea Academy which is run by staff and junior coaches. Around Christmas time Councillors focussed their attention towards several events which hosted sheltered and isolated elderly residents. These events were led by World End and Lots Road Big Local, Chelsea Farm & John Darling House Residents Association on the Cremorne Estate and The Over 50’s club at Worlds End. Councillors also approved support to Dad’s House, a local charity that organises regular engagement events for single fathers and their children. Earlier in the year a contribution was made toward The Kings Road Flower Power project which saw hanging baskets decorated the King’s Road from the Worlds End to Sloane Square and a specially designed map helped residents and visitors find out where special displays and exhibitions were stationed.

For the full list of City Living Local Life funded projects please visit our ward spending pages.

Total spend in 2017/18: £19,703