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Fulham Palace, situated on the banks of the River Thames, was the country home of the Bishops of London from the 11th Century. Described as ‘The best kept secret in London’ the Grade 1 listed building and 20-acre gardens were recently renovated.

Within the Palace we have created a unique environment that combines traditional surroundings with state-of-the-art facilities including spacious meeting rooms (for up to 20 people), client conferencing, and audio-visual suites, an on-site restaurant and ample parking.

The Bishops of Fullham Place

Fulham Palace was the Bishop of London’s residence for over a thousand years. Over the years there have been many influential creative and colourful individuals holding office. We like to think that we can maintain this tradition! Select an image to find out more:

Saint Cedd, 658 to 664

Cedd spent much of his early life evangelising much of the British Isles. He founded many monasteries, including the one at Lastingham for which he fasted for 40 days to purify the site.

In death, however, he undid much of his great work. He was one of 30 monks to die of the plague at Lastingham – causing a partial reversion to paganism.

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