Clabon Mews, London, Chelsea, Kensington and Chelsea, SW1X

EXTRACT FROM: LUDOVIC KENNEDY”S BIOGRAPHY“In the end we found what we were looking for in a charming small house in Clabon Mews, just off Cadogan Square.It consisted of a drawing room-cum-dining room and garage on the ground floor and three small bedrooms above…
We were married on 25th February 1950 in the Chapel Royal of Hampton Court Palace… In the evening we flew to Paris for a night at the St. Regis Hotel and next evening caught the Barcelona Express to Perpignan where, in the morning, we changed into a local train for Vernet-les- Bains in the foothills of the Pyrenees…
We went for walks up Mont Canigou and drank Cinzano in the town’s cafes and began to know each other a little better… And then suddenly it was over and it was home to Clabon Mews and Sleeping Beauty and Nelson’s Band of Brothers and whatever else the slumbering future might bring.”

Extract from: Ludovic Kennedy’s biography, “On my way to the Club”(William Collins 1989).

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