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Press release: The future of England's grandest country house
A race is on to raise funds to preserve Wentworth Woodhouse, one of the grandest stately homes in Britain, by placing it in a new charitable trust which will open it to the public. So far £3.4m has been pledged towards an acquisition target of £7m. SAVE is now urgently seeking a matching sum to enable the purchase to go ahead.
Event: After Smithfield Symposium
Thursday 16th October 2014, 6.30 pm The Gallery, 75 Cowcross Street, London, EC1M 6EL
Kapow! A blow to butchering developers that will resonate for years
Charles Clover's piece on Smithfield in the Sunday Times 13.07.14
Press Release: Smithfield General Market is saved!
SAVE has won an overwhelming and resounding victory in the battle to save Smithfield General Market and the nearby Fish Market, both splendid examples of Victorian market halls.
Press release: Save unveils refurbishment of 21 Madryn Street, former home of Ringo Starr’s aunt in the Welsh Streets, to designs by Wayne and Tilly Hemingway
As the public inquiry into the demolition of over 400 terraced houses in Liverpool’s Welsh Streets gets underway, SAVE presents the redecoration and refurbishment currently taking place at our house in Madryn Street.
Press Release: SAVE launches crowd funding initiative to raise funds for a public inquiry into the Welsh Streets, Liverpool
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO: http://digventures.com/projects/save-the-welsh-streets-2014/
Event: 20th May 2014 - Discussion on the Retention of Smithfield Market.
Part of Clerkenwell Design Week
SAVE Report on the Public Inquiry Over Smithfield General Market
Press Release: The Victorian Society submits listing applications to English Heritage for the General Market and Fish Market at Smithfield
The Victorian Society has today submitted listing applications to English Heritage for the General Market and Fish Market at Smithfield in London, considering that previous listing assessments of the buildings had serious flaws.