It is beginning to feel a lot like Christmas down at Fulham Palace. They already have a parking space reserved for Santa's sledge, ordered a bucket load of carrots for Rudolph, and are currently roaming every forest for the best tree in England.
But Christmas would not be complete without all the boys and girls who are just waiting to be filled with Christmas cheer. I mean, without them, who would Santa give his presents too?
If you want to help make Fulham Palace have a fantastic Christmas, then take your kids for a visit between 30th November - 15th December. On certain days, they will be able to meet Santa in the historic drawing room, and be able to send a letter to the elves back in the North Pole, asking for a special gift. Tickets are £10 and be booked via the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre.
One of my favourite parts about Christmas is decorating the tree. On the 7th December, join the members of Fulham Palace in Bishop's Park, and help dress all the trees with festive decorations. It is a free event, and requires no booking.
The 15th of December is going to be a real busy day. At 2pm you'll be transported to Oz in a family pantomime, where you'll meet Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion. Don't worry, the Great Wizard of Oz will have you back in time for the Christmas Carol Concert at the Victorian Chapel. There will be songs for both young and old, with tickets at £10 for adults and £6 for children. There will also be an evening concert at 7pm, which will be followed by a get together in the Great Hall, where you can enjoy refreshments by a roaring fire.