St Mary’s Church: The Mother of Rich ...

26th March, 2015

Leicester began the process of laying to rest the mystery and body of Richard III in 2012 with the excavation of Greyfriars car park, leading to the final journey of the last Plantagenet king ...

John Simmonite MBE

15th March, 2015

On 10 October family and friends of John Simmonite gathered at Cambridge Road Methodist Church to celebrate 87 years of a well-spent life. John had died ...

Who do you think they were? – November 2014

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14th March, 2015

On Remembrance Sunday the evocative bugle call of the “Last Post” will honour the memory of 106 Moseley men who gave their lives during the Great ...

A Moseley Life: Luke Holland

13th March, 2015

The Twitterati among you may well have come across Luke Holland @lukeeholland Tweeting about local issues dear to his heart. Politically active youngsters are not only ...

Sir Patrick Hannon: An Ideal MP for Moseley

13th March, 2015

As we approach St. Patrick’s Day, many will recall that the annual parade in Digbeth – the spiritual home of the Irish in our city – ...

A Moseley Garden: October 2014

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12th March, 2015

I have always been in fan of letting garden climbing plants do their own thing, ‘au natural’, rather than having them grow up trellis under tight ...

Moseley Haunted

11th March, 2015

Opening the X-Files of Moseley is not a job for the faint hearted but, as I’ve often heard that dogs are in tune with the supernatural, ...

Another Accolade for Carters of Moseley

10th March, 2015

Congratulations once more to Carters of Moseley, named Readers Restaurant of the Year by the Good Food Guide on 1st September. Carters was shortlisted in June ...

Keith’s Column: No Shaggy Dog Story

9th March, 2015

This month’s column is a little different. Perhaps a little sentimental, hopefully not too self indulgent. It’s a tale of two very different dogs, one beer ...

Star Trek at Sundown

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8th March, 2015

Trekkie used to be word associated with bearded men who read comics and took sci-fi too seriously. It wasn’t exactly cool to like Star Trek. Then ...

St Mary’s Church: The Mother of Richard III and the Red Rose Exchange

26th March, 2015

Leicester began the process of laying to rest the mystery and body of Richard III in 2012 with the excavation of Greyfriars car park, leading to ...

Contemporary Dance, creative style in Moseley

26th March, 2015

A series of exciting creative contemporary dance adult classes have started up in Moseley. Classes take a fresh approach to contemporary and modern dance practice, exploring ...

A Moseley Life: Pam Rutter

25th March, 2015

Born, bred and educated in Birmingham, retired teacher, Pam Rutter met her husband Dave at University. As was common then, they married after graduation. Their first ...

New in Town…goes Christmas Shopping in Moseley

24th March, 2015

One of my favourite parts of Christmas is looking for and making presents for friends and family. Giving a present is an opportunity to really make ...

WMP: Blueprint Letter

23rd March, 2015

See attached.  Blueprint-letter-community.pdf

A Moseley Garden – November 2014

23rd March, 2015

I’ve had some seasonal emails with questions that usually crop up at this time of year so I thought I would share the answers with you. ...

Steam Punk? In Moseley?

22nd March, 2015

There are lots of arts and crafts people in Moseley creating beautiful pieces of jewellery. However, we were more than intrigued when we heard about one ...

Christmas Fancy Dress

21st March, 2015

We are now entering the Christmas Party season and you are probably thinking of buying or hiring a fancy dress. Well, did you know that a ...

Moseley School of Art Building – Funding Bid

20th March, 2015

The former Moseley School of Art is a Grade II* listed building and is one of three buildings with this listing on the Moseley Road, including ...

Is Moseley about to lose its new medical centre?

19th March, 2015

Marks and Spencer are the new retailer for the Meteor Ford site on St Marys Row. Understandably there has been giddy excitement locally. However, this positive ...