London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham [ hæməsmɪθ ən fʊləm ] is a city district of London. It is located west of the city center. With the establishment of the administrative region of Greater London in 1965, he emerged from the Metropolitan Borough of Hammersmith and the Metropolitan Borough of Fulham in the former County of London.

The population continued in 2008, composed of 78.3 % White, 5.6 % Asian, 9.2% black and 1.1 % Chinese.

Since 1955, a partnership with the district Berlin- Neukölln. Other sister cities are Boulogne-Billancourt, near Paris, and the district Anderlecht in Brussels.


  • Brookgreen
  • Fulham *
  • Hammersmith
  • Old Oak Common
  • Parsons Green *
  • Sands End
  • Shepherd 's Bush
  • Walham Green
  • West Kensington
  • White City

* - There are no separate article, only redirects here For the corresponding parts of the city.


  • Barbara Adams, Egyptologist
  • Lily Allen, pop singer
  • Jamie Bamber, Actor
  • Mischa Barton, Actress
  • Anthony Calf, actor
  • Sacha Baron Cohen, comedian
  • Frank Bruno, boxer
  • William John Burchell, naturalist
  • Joe Calzaghe, boxer
  • Roger Daltrey, Rock Musician
  • Example, rapper
  • Hugh Grant, actor
  • Susan Greenfield, neuroscientist


In Fulham are the stages of London's Premier League clubs Chelsea ( Stamford Bridge ) and Fulham ( Craven Cottage). In the Shepherd's Bush district, the stadium of Queens Park Rangers is ( Loftus Road), which is currently in the Football League Championship, the second- highest division in English football, play.

Church (Church of England )

The Bishop of Fulham is subordinate as Regional Bishop ( Suffragan ) Bishop of London and has no own diocese. It is a 1926 created the episcopate in the Church of England.