Fulham's annual summer festival starts on Saturday
The annual Celebrating Fulham festival begins this Saturday, June 29 and runs through till July 7, promising an action-packed week of excitement for people of all ages.
Here's what's on this launch weekend:
SATURDAY JUNE 29
Bric à Brac Fayre
Charity shops from Fulham will
be displaying goods alongside
the usual bric a-brac market. Plus
public information and safety
stalls, face painting and children’s
games. Music will be provided by
St John’s Church Yard, North End Road,
10am - 2pm
Please email to register:
Songs for Britain
Fulham Camerata, Fulham and
Hammersmith Choral Society and
the Fulham Children’s Choir join
together for a concert of British
The John McIntosh Arts Centre Theatre,
The London Oratory School,
Tickets: £14 on door, £12 (under 16s £5.
under 7s free) in advance from Fulham and Hammersmith Choral Society
Sports in Spanish
Teaching sports in Spanish to
adults and children.
A new class for children where
they learn Spanish without even
Plus adult boot camp in Spanish
with experienced personal trainers.
Learn/practice your Spanish,
The Spanish Sports Academy,
Eel Brook Common,
Tickets: £4 per child, £5 per adult
Please book to guarantee your place -
020 7386 0376, firstname.lastname@example.org
Retro Sofas Love Fulham
Importer and retailer of Art Deco
and vintage style leather sofas.
Wine and snacks on Saturday
29 July and an extra 10% off
our sale prices for the duration
of I love Fulham campaign from
Saturday June 29 to Sunday July 7.
225 Munster Road, Fulham, from noon -
020 7381 9027 email@example.com
Fulham’s Lion Tour
Come and visit the Lion houses,
Fulham’s unique Peterborough
Estate. The tour ends at
iconic furniture shop SophistoCat
in Wandsworth Bridge Road,
where we hear the heart-warming
story of the real-life lion Christian.
Meet at Fulham Broadway
Shopping Centre, outside on the
public footway, 2pm.
The walk is free, but booking essential on 020 8753 5695 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rylston Family Fun
and Sample Day
Sample the delights of
this pub's fine food, with live music throughout the day.
Bring the family, everyone
The sampling is FREE with any
197 Lillie Road,
1pm -9pm, contact the pub on 020 7381 0910 or email@example.com
007 Casino Royale night
Come and let loose on the dance
floor to a background of casino
tables and a real party atmosphere.
Karen Hardy Studios,
10 The Boulevard, Imperial Wharf.
For booking and ticket prices call
0845 5671155 or email General
Manager, Emma Gill - firstname.lastname@example.org
Blues Brothers Band
At Under the Bridge there are some
great music events over the I love
Fulham week. Come and celebrate.
The Original Blues Brothers Band is alive and well!
Under the Bridge, Stamford Bridge,
Tickets £35, door open 7pm. To book visit Under the Bridge
(also on Sunday 7 July)
Top-notch farmers and artisan
producers attend, including rarebreed poultry farmer James Evans
of Pastures Farm, local pie maker
James (Little Jack Horner’s) and
Matt and Steve of Handpicked
New Kings School, New King’s Road,
opposite Cristowe Road.
10am-2pm. Parson's Green Farmers' Market
Walk with the Thames Explorer Trust
See what you can
find out and learn about the
history of Fulham Palace and its
relationship with the river.
Bishops Park, 2pm - 4pm
£6 adult, £5 child.
To book email
or call 020 8742 0057
N.B. The foreshore steps are steep
and inaccessible to wheelchairs and
pushchairs and children must be
accompanied by an adult.
Bat walk around the gardens of
Fulham Palace, led by John Tovey
of the London Bat Group. Wear
solid footwear and bring a torch. Meet at the pedestrian entrance to the
Fulham Palace, Bishops Avenue,
Ring 020 3080 0655 or
to let us know you are coming and
leave a contact number to
reach you in case of bad weather on
Free, but donations to London Bat Group welcome.
Live music from Rich +
Dave AKA 'Rise' at
the Durell Arms
A dynamic duo sure to get your
hearts-a-flutterin' and your feet-atappin'.
The Durell Arms, 704 Fulham Road,
Events still to come include include Jazz at Fulham Place, the Fair on Parson's green, cultural walks and talks and the Paggs Cup, a five a side football tournament run by local restaurant Il Pagliaccio, an American Beer Festival at the White Horse pub and an Open Day at Hammersmith and Fulham Archives and Local History Centre at The Lilla Huset on Talgarth Road.
We'll bring you a day by day guide to the festivities and the full programme of events can also be downloaded at the council website or pick up a copy from Fulham Library or Fulham Town Hall.
For more information please contact Nicki Burgess Fulham Town Centre Manager on 020 8753 5695 or email@example.com.
June 26, 2013