A real gem in Fulham with a stunning setting along the Thames and a children's playground.
Submitted by Tom
Cozy atmosphere, relaxed yet nice, amazing coffee and avocado on toast, free WiFi. A classic London feel with useful millennial aspects.
Submitted by Gaia
Beautifully maintained, the gardens are fantastic in the summer months!
Submitted by Annabel
An Italian restaurant that is part of a small chain. Serving classic dishes and delicious cocktails, it has a rustic feel and a terrace too.
Submitted by Beth
The most colourful dining experience in London! Amazing Lebanese food moments from the Thames.
Submitted by Nichole
Amazing traditional British food upstairs and then head on down to the vaulted bar below!
Submitted by Oliver
An amazing champagne bar in Parsons Green. It does great cocktails, champagne brands and food. The staff remember your name and it is the perfect place for a quiet drink with friends. Incredible acoustic live acts play every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Submitted by Annabelle
A charming little breakfast spot if you're looking for a heavenly breakfast with a healthy twist. Gluten free and vegan options are available - great for yoga bunnies or gym fanatics for a post workout feast! Get there early, or it's queues out the door!
Submitted by Annabelle
The perfect setting for summer lawn sports and afternoon tea in the sunshine.
Submitted by Guy
A traditional family-owned butchers with three shops in Fulham, Putney and Kensington. They sell the best premium-quality meats around.
Submitted by Beth
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"The name Fulham Palace is misleading, owing to the fact that it has never been belonged to the Royal Family. Since its acquisition by Bishop Waldhere in 704, the land was home to the Bishop of London up until 1975 and is called a 'palace' because bishops are likened to royalty."
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Kings TutorsKings Tutors Ltd
Kings Tutors provides private academic tuition to children and young adults across the United Kingdom. Our aim is to help our tutees reach their full potential academically. This is achieved by tailoring our high level of tuition to suit every individual's needs and create an effective as well as motivating learning environment. Website
All Saints Church Baby & Toddler GroupAll Saints Church
This group aims to create a happy and safe area for children to enjoy a relaxed and fun time with their parents and carers. The groups are a great way to help young children adjust to the bigger world as it gives them the opportunity to play and to interact with other children before they start nursery school. Website
Fulham Palace ExplorersFulham Palace
Activities include arts and crafts, gardening, cooking, stories, dressing up, games and singing. Each session has a theme, which could relate to wildlife, colours, periods of history, an area of the site or plants, amongst other things. An explorative walk around the Museum or gardens is also part of each session. Website
All Saints FulhamPryors Bank Pavilion
We put children at the heart of our church. We recognise that children have their own spiritual needs, which are best served by learning with their own peer group and friends, at a level appropriate to their age. Website
Twynholm TotsTwynholm Baptist Church
A warm and welcoming playgroup for parents/carers and their children to enjoy together. Spacious and clean facility and yummy refreshments for all! Website
Little Footprints Mother & Baby GroupAll Saints Fulham Church Hall
We provide a space for meeting new friends, and for swapping ideas and experience, over a cup of coffee. Twins welcome - there are plenty of spare hands to help you with the buggy and babies so no need to bring a helper. As the group is self-funding, a recommended donation of £3 per mother and baby is appreciated. Website
Bishops Park Children's Centre Parent and Toddler GroupNew Kings Primary School
Parent & Toddler groups are informal sessions run by voluntary members of the community. They usually involve free play with maybe a story , sing-a-long, or craft session to join in with. Most groups have a baby corner for new mums to make friends and enjoy a coffee.
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