Caring for an historic area of Birmingham
Moseley is a diverse, vibrant suburb three miles south of central Birmingham, with fine Victorian and Edwardian housing, attractive green spaces and historic buildings. It is continually under pressure for further development, not always in keeping with the character of the area. The Moseley Society was formed to conserve and enhance the environment of Moseley and respond to development issues in collaboration with voluntary organisations and public bodies, increase understanding of Moseley’s heritage and encourage community participation. To read more about the Society, click here.
We continually monitor and respond to local development proposals and planning applications (click to view). We also maintain the historic Dovecote and Icehouse on the former Moseley Hall estate, which the Society was instrumental in preserving (click to read more). We have created an attractive award-winning 18th century style garden around the Dovecote and are keen to enlist the support of knowledgeable gardeners to help with its maintenance and further development.
The Society plays an active part in local events such as the Moseley Festival and has an enthusiastic Local History group which welcomes new members (click to read more).
Next Local History Event – Tuesday 1 December – a workshop type event by the Local History Group led by Edwina Rees, reviewing progress to date on the Group’s World War 1 Project.
The talk will start at 7.30 and will take place in the Orange Room at the Moseley Exchange, 149-153 Alcester Road (behind the Post Office).
New. To mark Armistice Day 100 years later, new articles by Edwina Rees commemorate the lives of men named on the St Mary’s Church war memorial who were killed in action in 1915. Click to read more.
If you are interested in joining the Society click here to see How to Join.