Fun Palace at Morden Hall Park

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Two girls making artwork during the Fun Palace at Morden Hall Park in 2017

We can now confirm that Fun Palaces will be returning to Morden Hall Park for a second year running. Fun Palaces is a national campaign for culture at the heart of communities where local people are invited to share their secret skills with neighbours at a free event that brings everyone together in a shared space.

Last year over 1,700 visitors joined in learning how to bowl a cricket ball, how to sing in harmonies, the art of graffiti, building a bug hotel and much, much more. We want to grow this offer for 2018 and get even more local people involved. Fun Palaces is an event for local people, by local people and we couldn’t do it without communities coming together and playing an active part in shaping the event. 

We’re starting our Fun Palaces campaign in June so look out for opportunities to get involved at Morden Hall Park, or get in touch as we’d love to hear from you: mordenhallpark@nationaltrust.org.uk. Throughout the summer we'll be decorating bunting for the event in our Welcome Space. Design your own bunting with the kids and then see it fluttering in the wind at Morden Hall Park Fun Palace.

Find out more about the national campaign here and like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter to hear more about how you can take part.

Latest posts

15 Jul 18

Fun Palace Taster event 22 July, 12-2pm

Join us for an exuberant free Fun Palaces taster event on 22 July in the picnic area by the Stableyard. There'll be sport, music, food and nature activities to try your hand at!

The team who organised Morden Hall Park's Fun Palace event in 2017

08 Jun 18

Share your secret skill

Do you have a secret skill? Run a workshop to share it with your neighbours or tell us the skill you've always wanted to master. The vibrant Fun Palace community event takes place on Sunday 7 October, 12-4pm. Get in touch and we’ll send you the details for our first Fun Palaces community catch-up: mordenhallpark@nationaltrust.org.uk

Child's painting of a dinosaur made during an art workshop