Just off Sloane Square is a church that amongst many notable things, also also famously wider that St Paul's Cathedral.
This sunken 1960s style garden exists thanks in part to the diligence of German bombers, but also a Tudor wedding.
In a side street in posh Chelsea can be found a nice but otherwise ordinary house, but to step inside is to step into a Victorian time capsule.
On a very small side street near Kings Road is a modern yet older looking Catholic Church with a very long name.
This is a piece of art hidden away on a quiet residential street in Chelsea that you are not going to stumble upon, unless your the sort of person who goes wandering around quiet residential streets looking for things to stumble upon.
TfL has launched a second consultation about the planned route for Crossrail 2 which could see the two locations most closely associated with it losing their stations.
This morning I wandered over to Chelsea Town Hall as they have a vintage fashion fair there every few months, but more interestingly – also have a tea room which serves proper English tea and scones (or sandwiches), and a…