Bust

Morley mosaics - KEW - Natalie Bell

Erection date: /7/2012

Inscription

Natalie Bell, born 1967.
Natalie is a community activist playing a vital part in local projects such as Coin Street Community Builders, SE1 United You the Forum, WaCoCo and Friends of St John's Sculpture Garden. She champions youth leadership and is passionate about bringing community groups together to produce win-win results.
Artist: Naomi Hope
By: Southbank Mosaics
Arts Council of England

Site: Morley mosaics - King Edward Walk (10 memorials)

SE1, King Edward Walk, Morley College

These 10 portrait mosaics are the result of a project by Morley College to celebrate the achievements of significant women who have lived or worked in the Waterloo area. Left to right: Thrale, Seacole, Mallett, Hill, McCall, Szabo, Mellor, Kelly, Rabatts, Bell. There is a small label under each mosaic which we have transcribed. Many of these portraits seem to have been installed at a slight tilt; for our photos we have set the worst offenders upright.

See also another 4 portrait mosaics on the Westminster Bridge Road side of the college.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Morley mosaics - KEW - Natalie Bell

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Natalie Bell

Natalie is a community activist playing a vital part in local projects such a...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
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Arts Council of England / Great Britain

1940 the Committee for Encouragement of Music and the Arts (CEMA) was set up ...

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Southbank Mosaics / London School of Mosaic

Southbank Mosaics actively promotes equal opportunities and cross-cultural, i...

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Naomi Hope

Mosaic artist active in 2012.  Andrew Behan has provided the following resea...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Morley mosaics - KEW - Natalie Bell

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Morley Mosaics - KEW - Annie McCall

Morley Mosaics - KEW - Annie McCall

Dr Annie McCall, born 1859. Annie founded the Clapham Maternity Hospital and ...

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Morley mosaics - KEW - Heather Rabbatts

Morley mosaics - KEW - Heather Rabbatts

Heather Rabbatts, born 1955. Heather was a Jamaican born British lawyer, busi...

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Morley mosaics - KEW - Hester Thrale

Morley mosaics - KEW - Hester Thrale

Hester Thrale, born 1741. Hester was a colourful member of London society, no...

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Morley mosaics - KEW - Jude Kelly

Morley mosaics - KEW - Jude Kelly

Jude Kelly, born 1954. Jude is a theatre director and producer with over 100 ...

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Morley mosaics - KEW - Margaret Mellor

Morley mosaics - KEW - Margaret Mellor

Margaret Mellor, born 1933. As a Waterloo resident Margaret has worked for th...

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