It's Time to Celebrate!

Fulham's festival of fun continues this week

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Celebrating Fulham, the annual festival highlighting all that's great about SW6, runs throughout this week until Sunday July 3.

Here's what's on on Wednesday, June 29:

Keep fit at Fit rooms
A day of free sessions at Fit Rooms with an all day guest pass. Just mention Celebrating Fulham. Try out a range of classes or burn off some calories in the gym.
Fit Rooms, 254-258 North End Road, 6.30am - 10pm, call
020 7610 1410

Open day at St Matthew’s Church
This church is a new structure, built in the year 2000 on the site of an old place of worship that fell into disrepair.
Refreshments will be available.
St Matthews Church, Wandsworth Bridge Road,
11.00am - 3.00pm

Charlotte Sulivan (1824-1911) "the best friend we have"
A free talk by Sue Pierson, Deaconess at St Matthew’s and author of the recently published life of Charlotte Sulivan.
St Matthew’s Church, Wandsworth Bridge Road, 7.30pm
Refreshments will be available.

Thursday, June 30:

Folk Music by Nightingale Singers
The Nightingale Singers, conducted by Adam Balkwill, will perform a variety of folk music from across the United Kingdom that would be appropriate in an English country garden. From the stirring Bobby Shaftoe of
Scotland, the Irish Londonderry Air to the poignant O Waly Waly, there will be much to delight and entertain. Also featuring Natalie Keane (soprano), accompanied by Adam Balkwill at the piano.
St John’s Church , Fulham Island North End Road, 8pm. Entry£10 including refreshments. Phone 020 3080 0655.

Live music at Del Aziz
From 8pm
Del Aziz, 24-32 Vanston Place, phone 020 7836 0086

Wimbledon Finals at the Durell - June 30 - July 3
The pub's great hall will be transformed into Fulham’s best seat to watch the Wimbledon finals.
Book for any of the semi’s or finals and receive a free glass of bubbly and bowl of strawberries
30 June - 3 July
Durell Arms, 704 Fulham Road, phone 020 7736 3014

Friday, July 1

Haven Project Open Afternoon

The Haven provides, completely free of charge, a wide range of therapies which help people
to deal with the physical and emotional side effects of breast cancer.
Come and see this wonderful Haven located in the heart of Fulham for yourself. Join us for a short talk about The Haven and an example of one of our therapies. Finish with a delicious,
healthy smoothie in our beautiful Rose Room. Please arrive five minutes before each session to be welcomed in reception
The Haven Effie Road, at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm
Please register your interest at lois.page@thehaven.org.uk or call 020 7384 0049.

Story and rhyme-time at Fulham Library
Free sessions for children under five and their parents or carers, 2.15pm - 3.15pm (tickets required). To book phone 020 8753 3877

Acoustic sessions at the George

Aacoustic session with Chasi Shaw. Come and enjoy an acoustic session performing music to suit all. From 60s and 70s classics to up to date chart hits.
The George, 506 Fulham Road, 8.30pm. Phone 020 7160 0943.

Music by the Bridge - All Saints Church

Julia Morneweg (cello) and John Paul Ekins (piano). Programme will include Debussy and
Chopin cello concertos.
All Saints Church, by Putney Bridge, 6.45pm for entry and wine. Free with a retiring collection, phone 020 7736 3264
Belly dancing at Del Aziz

Enjoy a delicious evening of flavours from the Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean with a belly dance floor show.
From 8.00pm, Del Aziz, 24-32 Vanston Place.

Check back for the full details of this weekend's events, as Celebrating Fulham reaches its grand finale.