Celebrate the Best of Fulham this Weekend

What's on in the final days of our annual celebration

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The annual Celebrating Fulham festival comes to an end this weekend with an exciting line-up of events showcasing the area’s history, culture and attractions.

Here's what's on offer:

 Friday 4 July

Beauty Therapist Makeovers. Makeovers using natural and organic make up ranges, Whole Foods Market 12pm – 8pm. Free, no need to book.

Gluten – Free Tours. Book your personal gluten- free tour with our healthy Eating Specialist.  Includes tastings.  Whole Foods Market, free. To book www.wfmfulham.eventbrite.co.uk 

The American Songbook: Recital by Laura Hudson and Ben Woodward including Barber: Knoxville Summer of 1915. St John’s Church North End Road, 7pm. Call 020 7385 634 or email admin@stjohnsfulham.org

Star-spangled Banner - Great American songs!  Music by the Bridge presents Anna Boucher and friends 
All Saints Church, Putney Bridge. 7.15pm with doors open from 6.45pm 
Free. Any money donated to the retiring collection is used to support Music at All Saints. Email
Secretary@AllSaints-Fulham.org.uk  or call 020 7736 3264

Broadway London Independence Day Party 
Coco London www.cocoldn.com in collaboration with Broadway House Members Club, brings a new series of nights bearing the name Broadway London. 
On 4th of July they will celebrate the American Independence Day in Mad Men style. Broadway House 474-476, Fulham road, 9pm – 3am. Tickets: www.broadwaylondon.co.uk www.broadwaybandg.co.uk

Broadway Bar Fulham

Saturday 5 July

Blount's Disease Charity Fair  -  come and get a vintage bargain! Nearly new and NEW items. 
adults and children's wear, accessories and shoes. 
All items £2 or less. Plus Cakes, sweets, refreshments, face painting and more 
St Clément’s Church 286 Fulham Palace Road, 11am – 2pm 
This is a FREE event but to help us prepare for the turn out please purchase a FREE ticket from this web link 
Proceeds go to Blount's disease UK charity and donations will be accepted on the day too! 
To donate clothes to the sale please text 07805 064 024 or email blountsdisease@live.com

Fair on the Green  
A fabulous day out for all the family. Two live stages of music and entertainment, over a hundred stalls, a food court, bouncy castles, Punch & Judy, carousels,  magicians, climbing frame, fun fair,  and much much more. 
Parsons Green, 12.00noon – 5.00pm. Free. 020 7731 3964

Fever Pitch World Cup Pop Up Bar -  take a seat and watch the Quarter Finals 
Broadway Bar & Grill, 474-476, Fulham Road, SW6 1BY

Sunday 6 July

Parson’s Green Farmers’ Market 
Lots of top-notch farmers and artisan producers attend weekly, including rare-breed poultry farmer James Evans of Pastures Farm, local pie maker James (Little Jack Horners) and Eden Farm with excellent organic vegetables from their Lincolnshire farm. 
New Kings School, New King’s Road, opposite Cristowe Road, 10am - 2pm 
www.lfm.org.uk/markets/parsons-green

The Walham Green Wander 
Walham Green has come a long way since June 1381 when Wat Tyler's men torched the Vestry, destroying the tithe records that bound serfs to their lord's land. Today it is Fulham Broadway, home to Chelsea FC. Come on the Walham Green Wander, an intoxicating blend of the modern and ancient.  
Meet at 11am  outside Fulham Broadway Station on the pedestrian footway. Free No need to book, just turn up

George’s Marvellous Medicine 
Illyria returns with yet another Roald Dahl classic full of (literally) larger-than-life characters, plenty to join in with, and just a twist of malicious fun! Bring the whole family along for a fun afternoon of theatre. 
Outdoor Theatre, Fulham Palace Walled Garden, Fulham Palace, Bishop’s Avenue 
2.30pm  gates open at 2pm. Adult £12, Child £8, Under 3 £2. Booking recommended www.illyria.uk.com

A Tour of Margravine Cemetery – its History, Geology and Biodiversity 
The cemetery was opened in 1869 and laid out by local architect George Saunders who designed the three modest Gothic style lodges and one surviving chapel. The cemetery contains over 300 trees of many different species and an active management plan is in place to encourage biodiversity. The Tour is organised by the Friends of the Margravine Cemetery. 
Meet at the North Gate (nearest one to Barons Court Station) in Margravine Gardens at 3pm.  
Free but donation to the Friends of Margravine Cemetery would be very welcome.

Recital by Agnes Daniel, Violin.
St Johns Church, 7pm. 020 7385 7634 admin@stjohnsfulham.org

Press Play 'On The Roof' @ Broadway House. Film - Catch Me If You Can 
An intimate screening on a unique rooftop location in the heart of Fulham  
Broadway House, 474-476 Fulham Road, 8.30pm 
Website: www.wepressplay.co.uk 
Tickets: www.press-play.designmynight.com

Bat Walk 
Bat walk around the gardens of Fulham Palace, led by John Tovey of the London Bat Group. Bring a torch.  Meet at the pedestrian entrance to the Palace Grounds, Fulham Palace, Bishops Avenue, 9pm. Free but to book email: nicki.burgess@lbhf.gov.uk or phone 020 8753 5695

July 4, 2014