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The information on this site has been gleaned from a number of publications and internet sources. EPM Ltd acknowledges all of these contributions and recommends the following should you wish to read further:


  • The following publications and sources have been consulted in the preparation of text for the website:
  • The Chelsea Book – John Richardson Historical pubications 2003
  • Chelsea Past – Barbara Denny Historical publications 2001
  • Chelsea Local History Collection, Kensington & Chelsea Library
  • The Victorian History of the Counties – University of London Institute of Country of Middlesex: Volume X11-Chelsea Historical Research 2004
  • Here is Chelsea The Chelsea Society – Elliott & Thompson 2004
  • The Internet


Further Reading:

  • Chelsea Today – R.G. Clark Robert Hale – London 1991
  •  The History of Chelsea Old Church The Church 2004 – Alan Russett and Tom Pocock
  • Chelsea – From the Five Fields to the World’s End – Richard Edmonde Phense Press 1956
  • Chelsea Reach – Tom Pocock Hodder & Stoughton Ltd 1970
  • Chelsea – Thea Holme Hamish Hamilton 1972
  • World’s End – Donald James Wheal Century 2005
  • Memorials of Old Chelsea (Alfred Beaver 1892) R.S. Publishers Ltd – reprint 1971
  • Images of England : Chelsea Patrick Loobey Tempus 1999
  • Kensington & Chelsea – William Gaunt B.T. Batsford Ltd 1975
  • The Smell of Broken Glass – Sean Treacy (Tales of Two Local Pubs) Tom Stacey 1973
  • Rosemary for Chelsea – Ursula Bloom Robert Hale 1971
  • The Romance of the Apothecaries’ Garden at Chelsea – P. Dawtrey Drewitt Chapman & Dodd ltd 1924 (Chelsea Physic Garden)