|It's Time to Celebrate!|
Fulham's festival of fun continues on Sunday
After launching on Saturday July 25 with a day of fun on Wandsworth Bridge Road, Celebrating Fulham, the annual festival highlighting all that's great about SW6, continues on Sunday June 26 and through till July 3.
Here's what's happening on Sunday:
Local Treasures at the Wheatsheaf Market - 9am to 3pm
Enjoy a traditional breakfast or Sunday lunch while browsing through Fulham's most interesting market stalls, including a children's stall from the Cairn Trust, the work of the Society of Fulham Artists and Potters, handmade bags and things from Material Girl, beers and wines from Petit Canon, handcrafted jewellery from Poppy Tallulah, original paintings cards and gifts from Amo 21 Ltd and reflexology by Hannah Rose.
There will also be a treasure trove of music from the 50s and 60s presented by DJ Ben Summers.
The Wheatsheaf is at 582 Fulham Road. For more information phone 020 7384 1444.
Fulham Island - 10am to 5pm
During the day there will be a market running from 10am to 5pm, live music and children’s entertainment from 11am to 2pm.
There will be live jazz from The Jimmy Beckley Trio with jazz and world music player Jimmy Beckley from Ghana on saxophone, flute and vocals. Jimmy Beckley has worked with many Jazz greats including Nina Simone and Manu Dibango. There will also be Capoeria, children’s entertainment, Gambado the Lion, balloon modelling, face painting and more.
A fun-filled family day for all the community, including a hog roast, bungee run, Pimms Tent, candy floss, bouncy boxing, cake stall, face painting, popcorn, live music, bouncy castles, surf simulator, toddler soft play, wet sponge wipeout, bar, tombola, hook a duck, secondhand book stall, bendy balloons, football shoot out and much more!
St Peter's Church is at St Peter's Terrace.
Live Music at the Durell - 6pm onwards
Celebrate Fulham at the Durell Arms, 704 Fulham Road with live music from the Hanging Baskets.
St John's Church evening recital - 6pm
Performed by Kate Plane and Emma Pritchard on trumpets and Ben Woodward on piano.
For more information please contact Nicki Burgess Fulham Town Centre Manager on 020 7835 5695 or firstname.lastname@example.org