Fulham Palace

Nestled on the bank of the River Thames in London’s South, Fulham Palace is a hidden gem steeped in history. A UK heritage listed building that neighbours Bishops Park, the palace was the primary residence of the Bishop of London — the third-most senior member of the Church of England — for more than 1000 years.

We will undertake our studies in the striking converted stables, flooded with natural daylight (well, if the weather is good!), and take the opportunity to enjoy the listed gardens of the palace and nearby farmers’ market when we break for lunch.

We are excited to share this local London treasure of a venue with students from near and far. It will no doubt provide a lifetime of memories and learning for your calligraphic studies.

As we expand the collective, we aim to broaden our reach across the UK and Europe, bringing workshops to areas beyond London, but we hope you will enjoy this first workshop at Fulham Palace.

Nearest hotels

0.3 miles:  Premier Inn London Putney Bridge
3 Putney Bridge Approach, London SW6 3JD

1.1 miles: Travelodge London Fulham
290-302 North End Road, Fulham, London SW6 1NQ

1.2 miles:  Holiday Inn Express,  Earls Court, London
295 North End Road, London W14 9NS

1.3 miles: Ibis London Earls Court
47 Lillie Road, London, SW6 1UD

1.3 miles: Holiday Inn Express, Wandsworth, London
Smugglers Way, Wandsworth, London SW18 1EG

1.4 miles DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London, Chelsea.
Imperial Road, Imperial Wharf, London SW6 2GA

Noteworthy activities

Saturday: Jackson’s Art Shop (open till 5pm)
A short walk across the road from Fulham Palace, located under the arches at the Putney Bridge Station, you’ll find a quiet little cavern of creativity. Bulk up on some supplies from paints and inks to luxurious papers, or just peruse and enjoy the deep dark tranquility.

Sunday: Bishops Park Farmers’ Market (10am - 2pm)
Set in this luscious adjoining green space, you’ll have the chance to try some delicious local food for lunch on Sunday. Be sure to bring cash with you.

Getting to Fulham Palace

Fulham Palace
Bishop’s Avenue

You can get to Fulham Palace via

  • Underground (Putney Bridge Station)

  • National Rail (Putney Station)

  • Bus (many buses stop at the nearby stops)

  • Car (metered on Saturdays, not metered on Sundays)

  • Santander Cycle Hire

Please visit the Fulham Palace website to see detailed information for getting to the venue. We will be studying in the Jessie Mylne Education Centre, the converted stables located close to the Bishop’s Avenue entrance.