£380,000 needed to save oldest part of Fulham Palace

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£380,000 needed to save oldest part of Fulham Palace

The independent charity responsible for looking after Fulham Palace in south west London, says despite lottery funding, they're still £380,000 short to help restore the oldest part of the Grade 1 listed building. 

Parts of the Tudor Quadrangle date back to medieval times, and it includes the Great Hall,  just one of the areas within the palace in need of work to protect it for the future.

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