Unveiling Of Amy’s Statue In Camden

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As many of you will know there have been plans for a statue of Amy to be placed in Camden for some time now.

We are pleased to announce that a beautiful life size bronze of Amy will be placed in the Stables Market in Camden on Amy’s birthday, and our third birthday, September 14th 2014.

Although the statue was originally planned for the terrace of the Roundhouse, due to Amy’s and the Foundations affinity with the iconic music venue, after careful consideration it was decided it would be placed somewhere that fans could gain year round access, and so the new location was chosen.

The specially-commissioned statue, designed and sculpted by Scott Eaton and cast in bronze will be unveiled by Amys family and friends, and will offer them and Amy’s many fans a permanent memorial in the heart of Amy’s spiritual home of Camden.

The statue is funded by the Winehouse family and, the parent company for the Stables Market in Camden Town.

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Spreading The Word – Schools in Camden Sign Up To AWF Resilience Programme


A number of schools in the London Borough of Camden have agreed to take part in the Amy Winehouse Foundation Resilience Programme.

This exciting journey comes as part of the work the charity is doing with the Mayor of Camden, Jonathan Simpson.

The schools participating in the  pilot are Acland Burghley School, La Sainte Union School and Hampstead School.

Ms Helen Taylor, Deputy Head at La Sainte Union, said: “Thank you for setting up the sessions for year 10 students following your excellent presentation last half term. The response from staff and students  was very positive indeed and the presentations very powerful across  the board”.


The Foundation  are continuing to deliver their programme in multiple locations across the UK during this term and the coming year ahead, and we will deliver regional updates as they come in.

Janis Winehouse And Mayor Of Camden Celebrate Anniversary Of Borough’s MS Society


Amy’s mother Janis accompanied Mayor of Camden Jonathan Simpson to  the 40th anniversary of the Camden Branch of the MS Society, an evening reception held at the Charlie Ratchford Centre which is in Belmont Street, NW1.

Janis said: ‘We were honoured to attend the 40th Anniversary celebrations of the Camden Multiple Sclerosis Society with Jonathan. It was enlightening to see another support group in action, and the love, support and affection of the members was inspiring. They made us feel so at home and its just a shame to see how underfunded the group is as they doing such essential work’.