Mark Morriss at The Loft

19th April, 2014

“…when the skies go clear, the threat of rain is always here with you.” The closing lines of ‘Marblehead Johnson’, a 1996 hit for The Bluetones, are a perfect description of the ominous weather ...

Rewriting the Book

21st March, 2014

The people of Birmingham have watched with interest as the exterior of the new Library clad in a skin of aluminium circles became visible, but only ...

The Great Interior Design Challenge

19th March, 2014

Those of you suffering from the lack of a new home decoration show, BBC 2’s Great Interior Design Challenge could be your new fix. And us ...

Let 2014 through the Door: The Year Ahead in Moseley

auld land
17th March, 2014

The New Year’s unwritten page we view, As a lea field to plough and sow. The memory of weeds from the last-turned page comes through, But ...

The case of the missing wicker rabbit

Wicker rabbit
15th March, 2014

For those of you who frequent Moseley’s Park and Pool, you may have noticed an 8ft tall wicker rabbit tucked away in the undergrowth at the ...

Beer…pure and simple

13th March, 2014

Now January is behind us and Spring is almost in sight, we can look forward to some interesting liquid refreshment. Obviously running The Prince, beer would ...

Edith Holden: The Natural Life of an Edwardian Artist

11th March, 2014

Edith Blackwell Holden was born at Holly Green house in Church Road, Moseley on 26th September 1871 and earned a scholarship to attend the Birmingham School ...

The Old Moseley Arms wins Pub of the Year

9th March, 2014

A pub on the edge of Moseley has been named the very best in Birmingham. The Old Moseley Arms on Tindal Street beat 250 other pubs ...

A Taste of Things to Come: Moseley Flea Market

7th March, 2014

Food lovers in Moseley were given a bust before Christmas when the village green hosted a combined street food and flea market on Sunday 22 December.  ...

Phormium Outrage

5th March, 2014

Plant raiders have struck in Moseley and all 5 red Phormiums in the community planters at the Tesco site went missing between Monday 13th and Tuesday ...

Moseley B13 TV

Moseley B13 TV

Mark Morriss at The Loft

19th April, 2014

“…when the skies go clear, the threat of rain is always here with you.” The closing lines of ‘Marblehead Johnson’, a 1996 hit for The Bluetones, ...

A Moseley Life: Mary Stopes-Roe

Mary Stopes-Roe
16th April, 2014

Historian, Psychologist violin and viola player, member of a choir, two orchestras and a quartet, and family archivist but keeping your family’s history is no mean ...

Moseley churches help the homesless

15th April, 2014

Volunteers from Moseley’s churches and the local community are pulling together to offer a warm place to stay for those most in need during the harsh ...

What do hot chilli sauces, Moseley and Kings Heath all have in common?

14th April, 2014

What do hot chilli sauces, Kings Heath and Moseley all have in common? Answer: Pip’s Hot Sauce. A hot chilli sauce made in a kitchen in ...

La Velle époque

13th April, 2014

Moseley has a new shop. La Velle is offering designer bridal wear with a difference.  Sisters, Sabba and Farah Hussain have brought fusion designs, that they ...

“Hero of the room, pop of colour and knick-knackery”, it must be the GIDC!

10th April, 2014

It was Moseley’s Victorian architecture that drew the team behind the BBC’s Great Interior Design Challenge to Chantry Road when they went looking for rooms to ...

A Moseley Garden (Mar14)

9th April, 2014

In the midst of the recent almost obscene deluge of rain, I’ve been concerned that when excessive rainfall hits the top surface of border soil, the ...

Mystery of collapsed man found in Moseley street unsolved

7th April, 2014

Detectives investigating the mysterious death of a 50-year-old man who collapsed on Forest Road in Moseley. It is believed he may have been involved in a ...

Moseley Decides

4th April, 2014

Residents of Moseley voted to fund two new SIFA Fireside community projects, which will see the organisation get £5,930 to continue their work: tackling street drinking ...

The government should treat jobseekers with compassion

Cait Reilly
1st April, 2014

Graduate Cait Reilly from Kings Heath won a victory against the government last year when the Supreme Court supported Cait’s claim that the “back-to-work” welfare scheme ...