WINTER ACTIVITIES

Summer saw us having a truly revelatory visit to Buscot Park the home of Lord Farringdon with previously unseen drawings and documents by Charlotte Sulivan, a stand at the Parson’s Green Fair and summer Garden Party.

Now for the Winter programme we have two splendid talks and a show and tell evening with a Christmas Party in December. Full details are in the latest Newsletter here are the dates:
26 Sep 7:00pm The Development of the Peterborough Estate (Lion Houses) a talk by Peter Kulpa. Jesse Milne Centre Fulham Palace.
10 Oct 7:00pm A Proud Unthankefull City? – London & the English Civil Wars A Talk by David Flintham. Jesse Milne Centre Fulham Palace.
15 November 7:30pm Show and Tell – following last year’s success, a chance to talk about your and other’s pieces of history. At St Clements Church Hall, Fulham Palace Road.
11 December 7:00pm Members’ Christmas Buffet at Pryors Bank, Bishop’s Park Fulham.
Do note the two talks are slightly earlier and in the Palace Education Centre to ensure the best facilities.

To all those interested in our local history there can be no greater event than an archaeological dig. At our own Fulham Palace a search for the documented Dovecote and possible earlier medieval buildings will begin in October but your help is needed please look at the website and persuade your friends and local businesses to contribute. The Society will be making a significant donation but lots of help is needed. We eagerly await news of whatever they uncover.

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One Response to WINTER ACTIVITIES

  1. Geoffrey Pearson says:

    Good Afternoon, I wrote to you last year regarding my garage in Bramber Road W14 9 PB, regarding its history . You kindly replied informing me of its trolley bus history and was wondering if I could pay for confirmation of this and any other info you may have or point me in the right direction. Best Regards Geoff PEARSON

    On Thu, 21 Sep 2017 at 16:20, The Fulham and Hammersmith Historical Society wrote:

    > fhhs posted: “Summer saw us having a truly revelatory visit to Buscot Park > the home of Lord Farringdon with previously unseen drawings and documents > by Charlotte Sulivan, a stand at the Parson’s Green Fair and summer Garden > Party. Now for the Winter programme we hav” >

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