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Moseley Village Green - Nigel Blakey

Moseley

Moseley is a well-established village community within the City of Birmingham, U.K. The village is a lively centre of creativity and is home to an amazing mix of people.


Moseley Park & Pool in Autumn - Brett Wilde

Moseley Forum

Moseley Forum works to improve the area for the benefit of the whole community and covers 9,000 households


Save the Planet public meeting - June 2007

All residents of Moseley are automatically members of the Forum. If you are interested in improving Moseley for the benefit of the community, then come to a public meeting or to one of our committee meetings which are open to the public. To see the Objectives of the Forum click on the About Us link.


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AGM - 9th June 2015

Keeping Moseley Moving - debate on future transport options

Speakers:
Anne Shaw: Head of Transportation Services, Birmingham City Council
http://www.citycentred.co.uk/local-voices/birmingham/
Phil Jones of Phil Jones Associates, transport planning consultants
http://www.philjonesassociates.co.uk/team/phil-jones.html

The meeting starts at 19:30
Moseley All Services Club
91 Church Road
Moseley
BIRMINGHAM
B13 9EA

29 April: Parliamentary election hustings

Come and meet your parliamentary candidates!
Wednesday 29th April at 7.30 pm.
Moseley All Services Club
91 Church Road
B13 9EA

Each of the candidates will be invited to make a short speech, followed by a Q&A session.
This is your opportunity to find out which candidate best reflects your views before polling day on Thursday May 7th.

The candidates are:
Roger Godsiff (Labour); Jerry Evans (LibDem); James Bird (Conservative).
Names of other candidates will be posted if/when available.

20 April: Local election hustings

Come and meet your local council candidates!
Monday 20th April at 7.30 pm.
Kings Heath Primary School,
Valentine Road,
Birmingham B14 7AJ

Each of the candidates will be invited to make a short speech, followed by a Q&A session.
This is your opportunity to find out which candidate best reflects your views before polling day on Thursday May 7th.

The candidates are:
Owen Williams (Conservative); Martin Straker Welds (Labour); Ellie Stanton (Green Party); Rashpal Mondair (UKIP); Martin Mullaney (LibDem); Luke Holland (Independent).

Names of other candidates will be posted if/when available.

Moseley is recognised as the best place to live in Britain

This was the result of a survey in the Sunday Times, published on 8 March 2015
http://tinyurl.com/lbaaojn

The Birmingham Mail published more photos:
http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/moseley-village-named...

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