We work to protect, preserve and celebrate murals in the communities where they were created.
In 2013, we oversaw the repair of the Stockwell Memorial Mural with the assistance of the Friends of Stockwell War Memorial and Gardens. The repainted mural was finished and, along with the restored war memorial, it was reopened on the 14th September 2013 by the late Mark Bennett, the then Mayor of Lambeth.
This follows our involvement with the rework of the Brixton Windmill Mural. The restoration was completed and unveiled on Tuesday 5th June 2012. Check out the BBC news clip here.
Interested in giving us a hand? Or do you just want to hear about our work? Then drop us an email.
Anyone heading into Greenwich along Creek Road might notice a faded old mural. On closer inspection, this large mural, at nearly 14 metres high and 9 metres across, shows a large colourful group of people rolling away the scene of war and … Continue reading
As many of you will remember, the London Mural Preservation Society (LMPS) was quite concerned about the proposed development affecting Carlton Mansions, the building on which the 1981 mural Nuclear Dawn is painted. We were informed that the plan was … Continue reading