The Duchess of Cornwall has attended a dinner in support of the restoration project at Fulham Palace .

Her Royal Highness was guest of honour at the Tudor-themed dinner at the historic palace on Wednesday (October 19) evening.

Fulham Palace Trust is actively fundraising to raise the match-funding needed in order to deliver the restoration project alongside funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Guest speaker at the event was The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Richard Chartres, Bishop of London, and Patron of Fulham Palace Trust.

Camilla chats to BBC presenter Sophie Raworth

Other guests included Sir Timothy and Lady Sainsbury, BBC presenter Sophie Raworth and Fulham Palace patrons, friends and supporters.

The dinner was held in the Great Hall which replicated, on long refectory tables, a great feast during the Tudor period.

Guests were also entertained with 16th century songs by Scholars from All Saints Parish Choir.

Bishop of London The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Richard Chartres was guest speaker at the event also attended by The Duchess of Cornwall

During the evening Camilla and other guests learnt about the £3.7m restoration project which will restore the iconic Tudor Quadrangle which contains the 15th century Great Hall, create a new orientation gallery and exhibition space in the Tudor Quadrangle, provide room dressing, objects, and interpretation in historic rooms, improve orientation and access, and provide increased opportunities for engagement.

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