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Highlight’s of the Chelsea Flower Show 2012

Originally seen on fulhamroad.co.uk – posted on 30 May.  Unknown writer.

Missed out on this year’s Chelsea Flower Show? Fear not! We’ve got a few highlights of 2012’s special floral festivities for you to peruse.

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The dust has settled over another memorable Chelsea Flower Show. 2012’s event saw the great and the good of horticulture gather, showcasing some of the best and most innovative garden designs, as well as some rather unusual plants which took years to breed.

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Snaps of Chelsea FC Victory Parade

Nothing is more depressing than a Gooner who can’t swim drown in yesterday’s blue sea that flooded King’s Road and Fulham Road. Still, it could be worse. You could be a Spurs fan.

That aside, snaps of yesterday’s Chelsea FC parade celebrating their FA Cup and Champions League victories are now up on Kingroad.co.uk’s Facebook page.

Congrats to Blues!

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Chelsea FC bid for Battersea

Originally seen on kingsroad.co.uk – posted on 4 May. Unknown writer.

Despite strong opposition from their fans, Chelsea FC has finally made a bid for the iconic Battersea Power Station site. However, it is reported that there are other bidders for the landmark.

Contrary to popular belief, Chelsea FC is located near the border of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, instead sitting on the Hammersmith and Fulham side of Fulham Road.

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Chelsea Football Club can confirm to our fans that we have today submitted an offer, with our property development partner Almacantar, to acquire the 39-acre Battersea Power Station site.

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Review: Made In Chelsea series 3 episode 3

Originally seen on kingsroad.co.uk – posted on 19 April. Written by Rachael Grace.

To put simply, this week’s Made In Chelsea episode was all about the two horse race between sneaky Spencer and loveable pardy boy Jamie and the winner of this race wins the heart of Louise. Having lost Ms Caggie Dunlop more times than Proudlock’s visits to church, Spencer is not having another loss to his name and resorts to trickery that would make minxy Millie proud.

At least they’ve stopped worshipping church gal Kimberly. She was all over the boys last week, wasn’t she?

Nothing but sympathy for that poor canine in Cheska’s hands as its owner bickered – albeit awkwardly in typical Chelsea style – with Gabriella over some blonde fella (no idea about the name. Wasn’t paying attention). Drama is never too far away when you stick the pair in a room.

Speaking of Gabs, whilst she was having her dinner with the blonde, I can’t help but notice one thing:

You sly man.

Anywho, enough from me, handing over the Chelsea thrills and charms to Rachael.

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As they say in the Royal Borough, “Quam Bonum in Unum Habitare” – how good is it to dwell in unity, or not in this case. Made in Chelsea is becoming as predictable as Britney’s come-back hits. With more stops and starts than the Circle Line on Sundays, the boys and girls of Chelsea pouted their way through yet another mediocre episode this week.

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Review: Made In Chelsea series 3 episode 2

Originally seen on kingsroad.co.uk – posted on 5 April. Written by Rachael Grace.

It wasn’t as barking mad as last week’s episode but more sense is quite right. And with that, we were rewarded with a far more lively episode 2.

The reason for the shift in gear? It has to be the show stealing shenanigans of Jamie, Mark Francis and diamond lord Francis. I mean seriously, only those three can come up with classic TV lines such as this.

Nice to see Made In Chelsea back on top form.

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Made in Chelsea upped its game this week in the form of wardrobe foray’s at Glamour Magazine, a lesson in “sweat-working” and a doggie bash with more bitches present than at the Birmingham NEC in March. Yes, Cheska’s bid for a storyline of her own finally materialised this week as she hosted a fundraiser in aid of the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.

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Review: Made In Chelsea series 3 episode 1

Originally seen on kingsroad.co.uk – posted on 5 April. Written by Rachael Grace.

They’re back! Our favourite posh socialites from West London are kicking off a ‘pardy’ once again to bring you drama, pointless ventures and the silly game of will they, won’t they? from Caggie and Spencer. Bless.

We start from the skies in some place that isn’t Chelsea and, unsurprisingly, everything nosedived from there. Union Jack cars, Sunday church services (what?!) and a boob party (double what?!) – not even those managed to get the ball rolling. Or egg rolling:

Don’t fret, though.  Rachael is also back to give you the lowdown on the rest of the series.

And oh, watch out for me next week as I live tweet on kingsroad.co.uk too. I will not be merciful.

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Jamie left church singing “God is greaaat” much to Proudlocks amusement. “It makes you feel good and fresh” the words reeling off his tongue, particularly as new comer Kimberley totted out of church wearing a fur and heels combo. In Chelsea, church just got sexy.

 

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Apply for a Diamond Jubilee street party

Originally seen on fulhamroad.co.uk – posted on 25 January. 

London 2012? Oh please, it’s all about the street parties in celebration of Her Majesty the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Applications for the parties are now open and all bets will be placed on SW6 for the best street party!

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2012 is going to be a busy year folks. Yes, we’ve got both the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and London Olympics both approaching. And as we all like a good party in FulhamHammersmith and Fulham council has announced its plans to make it easier for you to organise a street party this year – without all that red tape.

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Fulham park reopens after refurbishment

William Parnell Park has reopened to the public after improvements were carried out to create a safer and and secure play area for children.

Nearby Hurlingham Park, SW6. Image from Wikipedia

spaces. We are delighted to have worked with Groundwork London on William Parnell Park and are sure that users of the park will be delighted with the new facilities.”

The park – known locally as Pineapple Park – now boasts a tiger climbing frame with cargo net, a large slide, stepping stones on one of its hills, a sand pit and board walk to ensure an exciting and fun area for children. Students and young people from Langford Primary School, Sands End Adventure Project and Bridge Academy helped to design the features of the park along with the local authorities and residents.

Cabinet member for residents’ services, Councillor Greg Smith, said: “Despite being one of the smallest borough’s in the country, Hammersmith & Fulham is home to over 50 parks and open

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Chelsea FC looking to move to Battersea

Originally seen on fulhamroad.co.uk – posted on 24 November. 

Speaking of Chelsea FC, the Premier League club is now looking to move to Battersea near the iconic Battersea Power Station. The club have not confirmed any move away from Stamford Bridge, their home since 1905, but are looking at other sites in West London.

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The football club is hoping to construct a 55,000 – 60,000 capacity stadium near the London landmark, which is larger than their current 42,000-capacity ground at Stamford Bridge.

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H&F Council to improve Eel Brook Common

Originally seen on fulhamroad.co.uk – posted on 21 November. 

Eel Brook Common is to finally be given some attention it needs as the council looks to breathe new life to the park. Its got that Chelsea FC astroturf but apart from that, it doesn’t have much to boast about. Here’s hoping the changes will change that.

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Work is expected to be completed by June 2012 and the council is asking you to suggest ideas by taking part in its online questionnaire here.

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