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Bishop's Park

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Fulham - Stevenage Road - SW6 Next To Fulham Footbal Club, London SW6 6EA England
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Putney BridgeUnderground15 min
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Cudds wrote a review Jan 2021
Island of Anglesey, United Kingdom5,741 contributions918 helpful votes
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24th January 2021 it’s snowing , bishops park looks lovely any time of year but when it snows it’s magical . Yes we are all in the middle of a pandemic but just for a few hours , we are all still social distancing and following the rules , having fun with our families .......happy days
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Ian C wrote a review Jun 2020
London, United Kingdom23,995 contributions1,384 helpful votes
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There are two parks near the River Thames in Fulham. Hurlingham Park, to the east of Putney Bridge is a more functional sporting park, with tennis, basketball and other facilities including being the home of the Hammersmith & Rugby RFC. Bishops Park is the more interesting, the more beautiful and the more varied and runs along the river itself with the River Walkway. Hurlingham is a little distance from the river, while Bishop's Park has a River Walk running all the way along to Fulham Football Club. Before reaching the park, have a look at the extravaganza of Gothic revival architecture in the form of Sir W Powell's Almshouses founded in 1680 and rebuilt in 1869 and All Saint's Church with its 15th century tower and perhaps most famous for being used as the location in the film 'The Omen'. Bishops Park itself was opened in 1893 on land given by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners and has a variety of different gardens and habitats including the lake area which is undergoing refurbishment, a memorial to those who took part in the Spanish Civil War and sculptures by James Wedgwood and Joseph Hermon Cawthra who both had studios nearby. You can see that it was a grey cloudy day and the River Thames was not at its best, especially as the tide was out. Opposite the park are a number of boathouses and I did spot a couple of rowers out braving the weather.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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sheffieldeats wrote a review Mar 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom1,977 contributions165 helpful votes
Great find next to Fulham Palace for extending a walk beyond it. Delightful pond with ducks. Dignified memorial to the locals who went to take up the cause in the Spanish Civil War. Farmers Market was in full swing
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Manhattan30 wrote a review Mar 2020
67 contributions11 helpful votes
Beautiful park for a leisurely stroll and sitting around in . Very pretty, my daughter lives right by here and said it’s beautiful in summertime with a great vibe.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Leon K wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom332 contributions79 helpful votes
I haven’t been to this park since my childhood about 28 years ago, it’s changed for the better, straight of Putney Bridge and down the steps you walk straight into the old palace garden. The first part is a rose garden which was really beautiful and from there it leads into and open grassy area with trees on both sides and the river Thames on the left. To the top end it’s a kids cove, however the paddling pool that was once the place to go to has now gone and been turned into a huge sand pit, just before the sand pit is a skate park and just after the sand pit is a nice lake with a featured bridge which looks like something from a Disney film however fits in nicely, also another grassy area to have a picnic. This holds great features like the all saints church and the old palace stone walls. I think you can still go into the palace area however we didn’t walk all the way around but I will go back. I guess as a little boy you only remember about the paddling pool but the older you get the more you enjoy the rest:) Hope you go and check it out too.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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