- 5 December 2019
SAVE Christmas Carol Service
SAVE Britain's Heritage is delighted to invite you to a festive evening of Christmas carols and readings in St Mary le Strand on Thursday 5th December 2019 from 6pm.
- 14 October 2019
SAVE Annual Lecture with Simon Jenkins
SAVE Britain’s Heritage is delighted to announce this year's lecture by Simon Jenkins entitled: Who Guards London?
- 5 October 2019
SAVE Walking Tour - City of London - FULLY BOOKED
With Alec Forshaw the author of New City: Contemporary Architecture in the City of London and an authority and campaigner on the Smithfield area.
- 21 September 2019
SAVE Walking Tour of Bath - Classics, Carbuncles & Conundrums - SOLD OUT
With Timothy Cantell, a founding Trustee of SAVE Britain's Heritage.
- 4 September 2019
SAVE 55 Broadway Tour
With Edmund Bird, heritage advisor for Transport for London, a special tour of London's first skyscraper.
- 13 July 2019
SAVE tour of Shrewsbury - From Mill to Manor
A two part tour of Shrewsbury with a visit to Ditherington Flax Mill and Pitchford Estate, with Harriet Devlin, Trustee of SAVE.
- 9 July 2019
'SAVE' An exhibition of paintings by Gerard Stamp
To celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of our Buildings at Risk catalogue, we organised a special exhibition of 13 watercolours by Gerard Stamp entitled 'SAVE' of buildings from the catalogue. See the paintings here.
- 3 July 2019
SAVING Time, Money and a Great Listed Building
Join SAVE Britain’s Heritage and Twentieth Century Society for a special event celebrating the design and architecture of Richmond House in Whitehall, central London.
- 25 June 2019
Book launch and exhibition: Buildings at Risk Catalogue launch and "SAVE", an exhibition of paintings of buildings at risk
SAVE Britain's Heritage invites you to join us to view "SAVE", an exhibition of new paintings of endangered buildings by the highly regarded painter, Gerard Stamp and to celebrate 30 years of SAVE reports on buildings at risk with the launch of the latest volume, "Don't Leave Me This Way" from 6.30-8.30 p.m. on 25th June.
- 15 June 2019
From Smithfield to Liverpool Street: a walk along the edge of the City - SOLD OUT
London Festival of Architecture and SAVE invite you to a walking tour along the edge of the city with Alec Foreshaw, former conservation and planning officer with the London Borough of Islington.
- 18 May 2019
SAVE Jubilee Line Extension Stations Tour - Fully Booked
With Mike Ashworth, former head of heritage for Transport for London, a special event celebrating the award winning design and architecture of the Jubilee Line Extension stations.
- 6 April 2019
SAVE walking tour of Woolwich SOLD OUT
With Thomas Bender, Conservation Adviser at SAVE - Woolwich is one of southeast London’s most fascinating town centres
- 9 March 2019
SAVE Victorian Birmingham walking tour
With Mike Fox, Conservation Officer at London Borough of Waltham Forest and former deputy director of SAVE - Never a stranger to radically reshaping its built environment, Birmingham was extensively rebuilt during the second-half of the 19th century under the aegis of Joseph Chamberlain
- 23 February 2019
SAVE walking tour of Mayfair SOLD OUT
Walking tour of Mayfair With Robert Ayton, Head of Design and Conservation at Westminster City Council Home of embassies, luxurious hotels and high-end shops, Mayfair is one of London’s most prestigious neighbourhoods – and has been so for more than 300 years.
- 2 February 2019
SAVE Oxford City walking tour SOLD OUT
With Nick Worlledge of Worlledge Associates, former Head of the Heritage team at Oxford City Council.
The ancient centre of this university city has seen a huge number of new building projects. The tour will take in the Blavatnik School of Government, St John’s College and the Andrew Wiles Mathematic Institute and many more.
- 9 January 2019
Director led tour of Chiswick House and Gardens, Chiswick
Join us on a Friends and Saviours only tour of Chiswick House and gardens with the Director Clare O'Brien and House Supervisor, Laurence Rich. The house will be specially opened for our visit on Wednesday 9th January 2019.
- 26 November 2018
Concert: Tenebrae Consort in St Mary le Strand, 26 November 2018, London, 6pm-8pm
SAVE is delighted to announce a special concert by Tenebrae Consort on 26 November. Join us for an evening of music to celebrate the beauty and splendour of St Mary Le Strand.
- 21 November 2018
Book launch: Too good to lose. Historic schools at risk, 21 November 2018
Life or death for Britain's historic schools - these forgotten glories need saving now
You are warmly invited to join us for the special launch of the latest SAVE publication.
- 15 October 2018
SAVE Lecture: Resurrection Architecture: the Death and Life of Palmyra
We are delighted to announce this year's lecture by historian, writer and founding member of SAVE Britain's Heritage, Dan Cruickshank, entitled
Resurrection Architecture: the Death and Life of Palmyra
- 4 August 2018
EVENT: SAVE Walking Tour of the Lost Walbrook River
Dr Tom Bolton is leading a SAVE walk along the route of the buried Walbrook river on Saturday 4th August.
- 21 July 2018
EVENT: SAVE Tour of Liverpool
Join SAVE on a special tour of Liverpool with Jonthan Brown, SAVE's Northern Caseworker and Director of Share the City on 21st July 2018.
- 16 May 2018
EVENT: SAVE Tour of Wentworth Woodhouse
Join SAVE Britain's Heritage on a special visit to Wentworth Woodhouse and the park, lakes and follies on Wednesday 16th May 2018.
- 21 April 2018
EVENT: Walking Tour of Rochdale
Join SAVE and Mike Ashworth, the former London Underground's Heritage and Design Manager, for a tour of Rochdale.
- 10 March 2018
EVENT: Walking Tour of Soho, London
Join SAVE and Robert Ayton, Head of Conservation at Westminster City Council, for a tour of Soho that will explore its history and the conservation pressures it faces today.
- 10 January 2018
SOLD OUT: Curator led guide of RIBA exhibition + historic building tour
SAVE Britain's Heritage invites Friends and Saviours to join us on 19th January 2018 to explore the iconic 1930s headquarters of the Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London.
- 8 November 2017
Event - Conservation in the Eye of the Media: Mansion House Square Revisited - 8th November
SAVE and the Twentieth Century Society are delighted to announce a new joint event on the highly contentious demolition of the Mappin & Webb building in the heart of the Square Mile.
Please join us for a screening of the original 1985 BBC Omnibus programme looking at the demolition of the listed Victorian buildings in the City of London, followed by a discussion between participants at the time and current conservation practitioners, including Sir Terry Farrell, Robert Thorne, Dr. Jenny Freeman and Sophie Andreae.
- 25 October 2017
Event: A modern 'architectural sensation': The Jubilee Line Extension stations and their future
Join SAVE Britain's Heritage for a special event on the 25th October 2017 celebrating the design and architecture of the Jubilee Line Extension stations
- 16 October 2017
SAVE Lecture: Just a certificate on the wall? UNESCO World Heritage status and the battle for the city
We were delighted that SAVE's 2017 annual lecture was given by architecture and design critic Oliver Wainwright, entitled:Just a certificate on the wall? UNESCO World Heritage status and the battle for the city
- 30 September 2017
SAVE Walking Tour, Bath, 30th September 2017
The Battle for Bath's Character - SOLD OUT!
Join SAVE Britain's Heritage and Trustee Timothy Cantell on a walking tour of Bath.
- 5 August 2017
SAVE Walking Tour, Camden Town, 5th August 2017
Join SAVE Britain's Heritage and author Tom Bolton on a walking tour of Camden Town.
- 28 June 2017
Book Launch: 2017/18 Buildings at Risk Catalogue
Join us for the launch Up My Street, the 2017/18 Buildings at Risk Catalogue
- 4 May 2017
SAVE Walking Tour 20th May 2017
Join us on Saturday 20th May to discover historic Clerkenwell.
- 26 April 2017
Saviour Tour April 2017: Covent Garden
SAVE is delighted to invite Saviours on an exclusive walking tour in Covent Garden led by Marcus Binney and Henrietta Billings, followed by a private drinks reception.
- 7 December 2016
SAVE Christmas Drinks
Christmas drinks hosted at the studio of the architect, Sir Jeffry Wyatville, 7th December.
- 27 June 2016
Book Launch: 'Great Expectations' Buildings at Risk Catalogue 2016/17
The launch of the 25th edition of the Buildings at Risk Catalogue
- 5 June 2016
Exhibition 'Development Hell' at Shoreditch Church with participation of SAVE extended until end of May
SAVE Britain's Heritage is taking part in a grassroots exhibition at Shoreditch Church, 'Development Hell', highlighting challenging planning battles taking place in London today and providing practical advice for campaigners.
- 1 June 2016
Book Launch 'Big SAVEs: Heroic Transformations of Great Landmarks'
The launch of SAVE's latest publication 'Big SAVEs: Heroic Transformations of Great Landmarks'
- 2 March 2016
Inaugural Saviour Event
Join us for the inaugural Saviour event! Begin with a walking tour around Spitalfields with SAVE Trustee and historian Dan Cruickshank, before joining us for a drink and a discussion on the latest SAVE casework.
- 29 October 2015
SAVE's 40th Anniversary Party
SAVE celebrated forty years of campaigning!
- 5 June 2015
Event: Buildings at Risk 2015-16 launch
Please join us for the launch of our new publication - 'Falling in Love'
- 8 October 2014
Event: After Smithfield Symposium
Thursday 16th October 2014, 6.30 pm The Gallery, 75 Cowcross Street, London, EC1M 6EL
- 21 August 2014
Press release: dual exhibition at the V&A to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Destruction of the Country House exhibition.
September is a bumper month for SAVE. 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of the landmark exhibition the Destruction of the Country House at the V&A.
- 14 May 2014
Event: 20th May 2014 - Discussion on the Retention of Smithfield Market.
Part of Clerkenwell Design Week
- 17 March 2014
Event: London's Buildings: Almost Lost
The English Heritage exhibition comes to the Gallery at 77 Cowcross Street
- 7 February 2014
Press Release: Timetable For The Smithfield Public Inquiry
The Public Inquiry opens at 10.00 am on Tuesday, 11 February 2014, and is scheduled to last for 12 days, until Friday, 28 February.
- 15 January 2014
Event: Presentation of Case to Save Smithfield General Market
Monday 20th January, 18.30 The Gallery, 77 Cowcross Street, London
- 23 December 2013
Support the SAVE/Victorian Society Planning Application for Smithfield General Market and Annex!
SAVE and the Victorian Society’s Planning Application for Smithfield General Market and Annex has been validated by the City of London. Please support our scheme. Details below.
- 12 December 2013
Event: Smithfield Planning Application - Exhibition and Consultation
SAVE and the Victorian Society have submitted a planning application to restore and reopen Smithfield General Market. Please visit our exhibition in the Cowcross Street Gallery on Tuesday 17th December to find out more.
- 9 December 2013
Event: Smithfield Street Theatre
On Wednesday, 11th December SAVE invites you to enjoy some street theatre around Smithfield Market, London with Invisible People, between 17.00 and 19.00.
- 31 October 2013
SAVE annual lecture: 'Magic, Beauty and Mystery: Exploring the glories of the great pottery churches.'
SAVE is delighted to have Matthew Rice giving this years's annual lecture.
- 25 July 2011
Promenade - a celebration of heritage and architecture on Sheppey
A weekend of events, talks and performances in Sheerness, Isle of Sheppey, Kent - Friday 9 to Sunday 11 September 2011.
- 1 January 1970
Book Launch: Revive and Survive - 2018-19 Buildings at Risk Catalogue
Join SAVE for the launch party of the latest Buildings at Risk Catalogue, Revive and Survive, on 27th June 2018.
There will be an exhibition of limited edition prints by Eveleigh Photography, which will also be available for sale.
- 1 January 1970
EVENT: SAVE Walking Tour of Clerkenwell (London Festival of Architecture)
SAVE is delighted to be taking part in the 2018 London Festival of Architecture by hosting a special walking tour of Clerkenwell on 2 June. The walk will be led by historian and author Alec Forshaw and explore the evolving identity and opportunities of Clerkenwell through its historic buildings and streets.