Author Archives: Save The World Club

Come and see our stall at Maple Road Farmers Market

Save the World Club have a stall at Maple Road Farmers Market on Saturday 16th November 2013. 

This is our second time at the market, come along and  have a look at the beautiful mosaics we have for sale, find out what the charity is doing, what it has to offer the community and how you can get involved.…

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Kingston University students volunteer with Save the World Club

Save the World Club (SWC) was delighted to work with students from Kingston University on 7th November as part of London Student Volunteer Fortnight.

SWC organised a special workshop for the students Christine, Shad, Pramila, Tene, and Nazya who worked with mosaic artist Kim Porrelli to learn about the art of mosaic creation and our community projects.…

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Big Challenge Action Day at Save the World Club!

Many thanks to Kim, Mila, Tina and all the Challengers for their support and hard work cleaning and maintaining Save the World Clubs community mosaics in Kingston town centre.

Deciding the ‘Challenge’ way – Rock Paper Scissors!

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Volunteers riverside and with Mila outside the Anniversary mosiac at John Lewis.

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Save the World Club are currently recruiting new trustees

Would you like to become a trustee for Save the World Club and be involved in the way the organisation is run?

Have a look at the attached advert and call us to find out more.

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New installations on The Red Wall in Kingston

 Thank you to Kim and all the volunteers who helped to install more mosaics of swans, ducks, owls , herons and other assorted wildlife on The Red Wall on Friday 23rd August.

Ducks Heron

The Red Wall is located along the pedestrian walkway that runs from Portsmouth Road down to the river in Kingston.…

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Kingston Liberal Synagogue

Save the World Club and members of Kingston Liberal Synagogue have just completed this mosaic to celebrate the 100th Bar mitzvah and the work done by the young people in Beiteinu class.

This beautiful mosaic shown here has been installed on the outside wall of the Synagogue in Long Ditton.

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Job Opportunities at Save the World Club

We are currently recruiting and have a number of exciting opportunies for paid and voluntary work at Save the World Club, see detailed role descriptions below.

If you are interested in any of our opportunities please contact Jo@savetheworldclub.org.

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May Merrie 2013

Are you coming to the May Merrie this Bank Holiday Monday?

Be sure to visit our stall in Kingston’s Memorial Gardens between 12 – 5 and buy a beautiful piece of mosaic art made by our volunteers.

And……don’t forget to look out for Professor Kayoss!…

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Iconic Muybridge Mosaic needs a new home!

Sadly the owners of the building in Castle Street, Kingston upon Thames have asked Save the World Club to remove the iconic Muybridge mosaic which is so loved by local people. This tribute to Kingston resident Eadweard Muybridge pioneer of cinematography was made by Save the World Club volunteers and can be seen on the cover of our Facebook page.…

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Save the World Club is relocating!

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Save the World Club is relocating

 Save the World Club (SWC) is moving to new premises after enjoying a long and happy tenure at the Kingston Environment Centre (KEC). The inspiration for the Kingston Environment Centre originated from SWC and associated groups who wanted to create an ‘environmental hub’ for Kingston, and since then KEC has become a successful charity in its own right.

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