A summer retreat for over a hundred Bishops of London, Fulham Palace tells a fascinating story. Once enclosed by the largest moat in England, its gardens have been home to many of the country’s botanical ‘firsts’. The medieval Great Hall has been the scene of royal banquets and supposedly the persecution of protestant heretics whose ghosts are said to haunt the Palace corridors. The surviving building dates from 1495 and is Grade One Listed.
Royal Caterers The Admirable Crichton by appointment to HRH Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales, served an exquisite champagne and canapé reception and were co sponsors of the event with GDA and Fulham Palace.