This Index covers buildings, organisations and places – but not people. To search for people, see the Moseley People web page.
The index distinguishes between an ‘article’ (i.e. a whole article on the subject) , a ‘newsletter article’ (an article in the given newsletter’) and ‘ref’ (a reference in a larger article).
All Services Club (Church Road) – see Highfield House.
Birmingham Buddhist centre – newsletter article in Newsletter February 2013
Birmingham Municipal Bank ref. in Moseley Businesses & Ghost Signs walk
Boot’s Library – article Boots’ Library by Diane Hirst
Britannic Assurance – article summarising Britannic Assurance house magazine articles on ‘Britannic Assurance, Moor Green House and Estate’, also article on memories of working for Britannic Assurance by Reg Monk.
Carnegie Boys’ Club (now Guthrie and Ghani) – newsletter article in Newsletter May 2013.
Festivals in the 1980s – photographs of Moseley Festivals
Fivelands House – article on Fivelands House
Ghost signs – article in the form of a self-guided walk Moseley Businesses & Ghost Signs
Golf – newsletter article on ‘Golf comes to Moseley – a history of Moseley Golf Club’ – Newsletter August 2013. See also article Moseley Park Golf Club at Moseley Hall and ref. in Sports and Social Clubs in Moseley.
Guthrie and Ghani (previously the Carnegie Boys’ Club connected with the Cadbury family) – newsletter article in Newsletter May 2013.
Highbury – see article on People and Places around Moor Green (Chapter 8)
Highfield House (now the All Services Club) – see article on the life of John Avins .
Icehouse (The) – article on The Icehouse.
Listed Buildings – a photo gallery, Listed Buildings.
Moor Green – articles on People and Places around Moor Green, including Pitmaston, Highbury and Moor Green House, Moor Green in Maps: the Development of Moor Green and ‘Britannic Assurance, Moor Green House and Estate’,
Moor Green Allotments – article on the History of Moor Green Allotments.
Moseley Grammar School (formerly Spring Hill College) -article on Spring Hill College / Moseley Grammar School
Moseley Hall – see articles on Moseley Hall and its Former Estate (produced for Heritage Open Day 2015), a History of Moseley Hall and The History of Moseley Hall & Dovecote, also Richard Cadbury’s memories of family life there. See also article on Original entrance to Moseley Hall and Park.
Moseley Park Mews Cab and Car Co. (now the OneTrick Pony pub) – ref. in the History of Moseley Pubs walk.
Pitmaston – see article on People and Places around Moor Green (Chapter 7).
Pubs in Moseley – article in the form of a self-guided walk, the History of Moseley Pubs .
St. Albans Road -article on St Albans Road.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s connection with Moseley – newsletter article in Newsletter May 2013
School of Art (Moseley) – article Memories of Moseley Art School by Ann Barran.
Sorrento Hospital– article on Sorrento Hospital and talk on Sorrento Hospital (2013). See also Lia Lesser’s Memories of Moseley and nursing at the Sorrento.
Spring Hill College (later Moseley Grammar School) -article on Spring Hill College / Moseley Grammar School
Sports and Social Clubs – article on history of Sports and Social Clubs in Moseley
Sycamore House, 13 Park Road, formerly a Boys’ (and later Girls’) Home -newsletter article in Newsletter December 2012.
Tesco’s store opening – article on Tesco and The Wombles
Toc H – article on Toc H in Moseley , also describing its origins and history during World War 1.
Trade Descriptions – article on the Trade Directory Descriptions of Moseley
Trafalgar Road – article on Trafalgar Road
Victorian Moseley – article Victorian Moseley with links to articles on ‘Old Moseley’ and ‘The Beadle, the Vergers and the Choristers’. See also booklet Victorian Moseley and photographs/postcards Victorian Postcards
Village Green – article on Moseley Village Green
Wintersloe School – article on the History of Wintersloe School .
World War II – see booklet Moseley at War – World War 2, also articles on Suzanne Marburg, a young Jewish refugee killed in the ‘Birmingham Blitz’ and on Reverend Rosalind Emma Lee who rescued her from Nazi Germany. See also ref. to Suzanne and the Piccioni brothers in Oxford Road in the Newsletter October 2012 , an article on Coventry burning and an article on Britain’s Muslim soldiers’ contribution in both world wars in Newsletter July 2013