King’s Road Partnership Annual Breakfast, in partnership with the National Army Museum

We were delighted to host our Annual Breakfast on Thursday 14th September at the National Army Museum.

More than 80 attendees joined us at this leading heritage institution, located on Royal Hospital Road in Chelsea. We were thrilled to welcome so many representatives from our member businesses, including Love My Human, Varley, Ligne Roset, Townhouse, Randox, Metro Bank, Rixo, Ad Hoc and Auerbach & Steele.

It was also a pleasure to receive the Mayor of Kensington and Chelsea, Councillor Preety Hudd, and her Consort, David Hudd, to the event, as well as local residents’ associations and community groups.

Presentations began with Justin Maciejewski (Director General, National Army Museum), who warmly introduced attendees to the Museum, followed by Hugh Seaborn (Chairman, King’s Road Partnership and CEO, Cadogan), who spoke about the strategic progress of the King’s Road Partnership. Cllr Emma Will (Lead Member for Property, Parks and Leisure, Kensington and Chelsea Council) discussed community safety and partnership working, whilst Superintendent Owen Renowden (Metropolitan Police) explored local police priorities. The presentations ended with Steve Medway (CEO, King’s Road Partnership), who updated attendees on the progress of the King’s Road Partnership, as well as future plans and opportunities.

Thank you to everyone who attended our event and engaged so enthusiastically with our colleagues! We hope you found the morning informative and interesting. Details about our next event will be emailed to members soon.

Please click here to submit feedback relating to our Annual Breakfast, in order to help shape our future programming.

Scroll down to view photos from the event. The presentation slides are also available to access via our Members’ Portal here.