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The upmarket inner London area of Fulham on the north bank of the Thames is located between Putney and Chelsea, and is world renowned for its two premiership football clubs Fulham and Chelsea, both of which are situated within Fulham.

It is thought that Fulham was named such due to its muddy nature in the crook of a river bend and is susceptibility to flood. Fulham was formerly the seat of the diocese of Fulham and Gibraltar and Fulham Palace, established in 704, served as the official home of the Bishop of London. Now a museum, the Grade I listed building also boasts extensive grounds including a botanical garden.

Fulham has its fair share of traditional pubs serving real ale and good food as well as restaurants and cafés serving food from across the world. For those on the search for fresh food, look no further than the pretty area of Parson’s Green, which holds its own Farmers’ Market every Sunday in the New King’s School on the New King’s Road and welcomes names such as rare breed poultry farmer James Evans of Pastures Farm and local pie makers Little Jack Horner’s.