Some of our clients

The Greater London Forum for Older People


This is a charitable organisation that gathers information across London on issues of importance and concern to London's older residents and makes representations on behalf of the 33 Forums under its umbrella to over 30 Pan-London organisations and national policy and strategic committees including the Central Government, the Greater London Assembly, London Councils, the NHS and Forum 2012. 


London borough forums are composed of individuals, representatives of older people’s organisations and other bodies working with the GLF for older people in each borough. A forum’s/group’s main concern is representing their own views to their local authorities, MPs MEPs, GLA members, Councillors and statutory and voluntary agencies. 


The charity has received the support of many celebrities including Claire Raynor, Jenny Seagrove, The Rt. Hon.Tony Benn, Lord Coe and Virginia McKenna OBE.  




Glamorous England Tours

Glamorous England Tours was established by the daughter of a high ranking diplomat and author of the book Glamorous England. The enthusiasm with which this book was received both by tourists and the British themselves resulted in the creation of a tour agency that offers the same possibilities to the discerning visitor to England. 

Over forty years of experience in the diplomatic arena has made it possible to present tours with a taste of class, glamour and opulence. 

Enter the world of High Society, of exclusive private tours and exhibitions, luxurious train rides to Britain’s historic sites and cities, racing and sporting events, elegant dining and theatre evenings, and a whole host of exquisite possibilities.

The Kensington and Chelsea Forum 

This Forum is the voice of the older residents of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It campaigns to eradicate isolation among older people in the Borough. 

Although this borough is the richest in the United Kingdom, many older people living in it are asset rich but income poor and have difficulties in accessing benefits and help from the social services. This charity works to aid the older residents in this respect as well as bringing forward issues that affect them in the borough and nationwide.



A health and wellbeing website developed by the Kensington and Chelsea Forum for Older Residents. The website is about how to stay healthy, happy, active and informed about your health issues as you age. Being a senior can be a rewarding experience, but it can also come with many age-related problems such as bereavement, mobility problems and depression. An indispensable aid for older people, and, in fact, it's useful for any age. It contains videos about major problems such as osteoporosis and arthritis and information on how your body works.

For Charities Only is a website that researches and informs the voluntary sector about the facilities available to them either free or at special discounts and includes seriously inexpensive office facilities, latest fundraising opportunities, affordable legal services, free websites and much, much more. An indispensable aid to charities and community groups.

The Kensington and Chelsea Senior Astronomical Society was launched by the Kensington and Chelsea Forum for Older Residents in 2016 as a result of popular demand from members some of whom were already amateur astronomers and others who were interested to find out more about astronomy.

They organise regular meetings with noted speakers in the field of astronomy and astrophysics at the Kensington Pavilion on Kensington High Street.  We also arrange outings to observation sites in London and in the countryside, trips abroad with astronomy tour agencies and have networking social events so that like-minded people can exchange information.