Most electronic goods are now made to adapt to all voltages so that the manufacturer only has to make one model for sale anywhere in the world. you shouldn't have any problems... however for clarity:
Europe is standard 220v 50Hz, some countries including the UK traditionally used 240V but given a 10% tolerance on voltage specifications, that means 220V and 240V can be swapped without any problems. Check the label on your charger to see if they include 220V.
As for adapters, you'll find continental Europe (inc Russia and former USSR states) has a two pin plug with round pins and either a slot in the top or a reversed pin in the middle for an earth. Clever adapter manufacturers make adapters that will suit any continental plug. These are the Type C, E & F described on wiki Domestic AC power plugs and sockets - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However, the UK has a square three pin system (internally fused, impossible to swap live and neutral) that will require a separate adapter, ie Type G