What's On in March at Fulham Palace

Hear a talk on Monday about the role over army chaplains over 200 years

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March 30, 2pm - The History of the Royal Chaplains’
Department from 1796 to 2013

Bishop Winnington-Ingram served as a chaplain during World War I. This illustrated talk by David Blake, Curator of the Museum of Army Chaplaincy, highlights the role of army chaplains over the last 200 years.

Tickets cost £8 per person, £5 concessions with£1 discount for Fulham Palace and Bishop’s Park volunteers. Booking recommended. Click here to book. This event takes place in the Jessie Mylne Education Centre.


Monday March 30, 10.30am-12pm - The Palace Explorers

Join the Palace Explorers, weekly parent/carer and toddler sessions for children aged 2-4. £3 per child, which includes a drink and healthy snack, booking essential. For more information and to book a place, go here.

March 29, 2pm - Garden walk

Join us for a tour of the Fulham Palace gardens, home to unusual and historically important plants. £5 per person, no booking necessary. Meet in the Museum. Click here for more information on tours.

An exhibition of Fulham Palace through the Great War is also continuing daily until April 16.

The exhibition tells the story of the Great War at the Palace, the role of the Bishop of London during the national crisis and commemorate those connected with the household who died in the conflict, such as William Burley, the son of the Bishop’s chauffeur.

Admission is free, and you can find out more about the

exhibition here.

 

February 26, 2015