Royal Hospital Chelsea
Built over 300 years ago during the reign of King Charles II, whose vision for a home for veteran soldiers was brought to life by Sir Christopher Wren. King Charles II’s understanding that the country owes a debt of gratitude to its old soldiers informs the spirit of the Royal Hospital today.
The residents of the Royal Hospital, known the world over as Chelsea Pensioners, have all served as ordinary soldiers in the Armed Forces at some point in their lives, and now, in their later years, find a warm welcome amidst the camaraderie and banter of their fellow veterans.
Since 2012 Stone Edge have undertaken numerous projects within the grounds ranging from reconstruction of the Lighthorse Court Gates to general paving repairs within the Figure Court to the installing of the gravestone of Margaret Thatcher.