Fulham Palace apple day
Local heritage site Fulham Palace is hosting its annual apple day celebration on Sunday 2 October from 11.00 - 15.00.
The free public event is now in its 10th year and is taking place across the 13 acre historic site - rain or shine.
With activities for visitors of all ages, apple day invites the local community to celebrate the orchard within the Palace’s walled garden. Younger children can enjoy face painting, hands-on music-making, craft sessions, storytelling and the ‘harvest games’ which will be run by The Bushcraft Company. Adults and young people can take part in the baking competition, relax to live music provided by Two Temple Band and take part in cider making and mixology demos, beekeeping talks, tours and more. Local and small businesses will showcase a variety of gifts, homewares and food for purchase. Visitors can also test their luck by entering the tombola, with all proceeds going towards supporting the Palace.
UK estate agents Strutt & Parker are generously sponsoring this community-favourite event.
Anja Herman, apple day organiser at Fulham Palace.
‘Apple day is a wonderful celebration of the harvest and nature. After ten exciting years, the event continues to grow bigger and better each time and we couldn’t be more excited! This year we are delighted to bring back all the old favourites while also introducing new activities such as cider making and mixology demos. Our historic walled garden will become a fun zone with our harvest games, tours, crafts, face painting, storytelling and picnicking. And our market will have a lovely variety on offer. ’
Tickets are free when pre-booked, on the door tickets £3.00 per adult and £1.00 per child. Entry only via the main gate off Bishops Ave (other gates are exit only). For the most up-to-date info and to pre-book tickets, including paid activities, go to www.fulhampalace.org/apple-day
Sunday 2 October 2022, 11.00 - 15.00
Fulham Palace, Bishop’s Avenue, SW6 6EA
Further details and booking: fulhampalace.org/apple-day
London SW6 6EA
Sun 2 October