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Monday 6 February 2017

The project team: staff and volunteer roles

As we work towards the delivery phase of the restoration project, we are beginning to put in place key members of staff and we will soon begin the recruitment of volunteers.

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The project team: staff and volunteer roles

Friday 13 January 2017

Learn something new at Fulham Palace

We have an exciting series of talks across the centuries to look forward to this winter:

  • Find out about the Bishops of London who, from the 7th century onwards, went on to become Archbishops of Canterbury;
  • Understand the value of modern day craftsmanship, and see in action the continuity from Tudor times;
  • Discover the influence of exotic Rococo tastes on 17th and 18th century England;
  • And finally hear about the pioneering wife of a Bishop of London during Victorian times.

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Learn something new at Fulham Palace

Thursday 15 December 2016

HLF Round 2 Success!

We are thrilled to announce that Fulham Palace Trust has received a confirmed grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) of £1,880,000 for the project ‘Discovering the Bishop of London’s Palace at Fulham’.

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HLF Round 2 Success!

Monday 28 November 2016

Christmas and New Year Opening Hours

Over the 2016/17 Christmas and New Year period, Fulham Palace opening hours will be:

Museum and Shop
Closed from 4pm, Sunday 18 December.
Open 12pm – 4pm, Sunday 1 January and Bank Holiday Monday and thereafter usual times apply.

The Drawing Room Café
Closed from 4pm, Thursday 22 December.
Open 12pm – 4pm, Sunday 1 January and thereafter usual times apply.

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Christmas and New Year Opening Hours

Monday 7 November 2016

The Bishop’s Belongings

This complementary craft exhibition by our young Bronze Arts Award artists sets out to imagine how Fulham Palace might look if the past bishops of London had left some of their personal belongings behind for the next generation of bishops to inherit. The timeline spans finds from Roman archaeology of the site to the inhabited palace of the 1970s.

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The Bishop’s Belongings
Designed at Richard P Chapman Design Associates