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Stories and news from our lives and work in Nine Elms

View from Lift 109 - The Royal Hospital Chelsea

The Royal Hospital in Chelsea is a symbol of service, tradition, and history. Founded in 1682 this iconic institution is a retirement home for British Army veterans but also a symbol of the UK's military heroes.

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Nine Elms Parks – Urban Battersea and Vauxhall has a country side

New open spaces and parkland near Nine Elms offer respite from the urban hustle and bustle. What makes these parks even more special is the dedicated group of individuals known as the "Friends of Nine Elms Parks" who work to preserve and enhance these green havens for the community.

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New local artworks unveiled – Labyrinth by Mark Wallinger

British artist Mark Wallinger is known for his thought-provoking and often conceptually rich works, including his 'readymade' piece - A Real Work of Art which consisted of a racehorse by the same name who ran only one race. Wallinger is particularly recognized for his interest in themes of identity, surveillance, and politics.

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The Riverside St George’s Wharf

There aren’t many (warm) locations in Zone 1 where you can enjoy a quiet coffee and look directly out at the brown wonder that is the River Thames — but The Riverside is one of them. Located in the St George Wharf development, next to the pier, this surprisingly large pub features plenty of bright, open space and high ceilings.

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