My Chelsea Riverside

Over the past few years, Chelsea Riverside Councillors have supported a range of projects including environmental improvements, activities and support for younger and older residents and facilities for people looking for employment.

The World’s End piazza has been a focus of activity, with City Living, Local Life helping members of local mental health charity SMART to maintain the World’s End and Lots Road Big Local planters. The piazza has also been brought to life with the annual Chelsea Youth Festival that is put together by, and for, local young people.

It’s not just the World’s End that has benefited from City Living, Local Life as the Cremorne Residents’ Association of Lots Village threw a summer fete, Fetters Lane Church saw Ernest and Mary Gillick being commemorated with a blue plaque and the Chelsea FC Foundation’s Premier League Kicks programme was extended in the south of the borough.

- Find out more about Chelsea FC Foundation’s Premier League Kicks programme and how to get involved

- Access Chelsea Theatre’s City Living, Local Life-supported IT hub

- Watch One Potato, a film created by local schoolchildren exploring the history of play in Chelsea with a little help from City Living, Local Life

Ward Spend 2016/17: £7268.99


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