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 Forum works to improve the area for the benefit of the whole community and covers 9,000 households
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 one of our periodic Public Meetings or to one of ourwhich are open to members of the public. To see the Objectives of the Forum click on the link.
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LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOUR
Love your Neighbour is a movement to inspire our society at this time of uncertainty, fear, anger and vulnerability. The first event in Birmingham was in Victoria Square on Friday 1 July. The movement recognises that some people, particularly immigrants of whatever background and however long standing in Britain, are at present liable to being victims of acts and feelings of animosity, racism and even violence. In the name of hope and peace in our city this movement makes a stand against fear and intimidation on our streets and in public places. See https://www.loveyourneighbour.org/
In response there will be a simple act of friendliness and witness on Moseley Village Green – by the central cross roads- on Saturday, July 9th from 12.30-1pm. It is about aiming to work in partnership, respect and good relationships with everyone of whatever religious or secular background.
This Saturday’s event is organised by Moseley Inter Faith Forum (MIFF)-comprised in principle of Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Muslim and Sikh members -with support from Birmingham Humanists, Moseley Society, Moseley Forum, Moseley Festival and Moseley Community Development Trust
Richard Tetlow, Convenor MIFF
This weekend it's the annual Moseley Open Gardens organised by Moseley in Bloom!
Further further information on which gardens are open, where you can buy your tickets and FAQs, please visit the Open Gardens' web page on the Moseley in Bloom website via the link below. Fingers crossed for dry weather!
Moseley Community Groups submit final submission to LGBCE on their draft recommendations for new Moseley Ward.
Attached below are the final submissions in response to the Local Government Boundary Commission for England's (LGBCE) revised recommendations creating a new Moseley Ward. A huge thank you is extended to all who contributed to collating this information.
Appendix for Anderton Park Residents' Group submission could not be uploaded, but if you would like to receive a copy, please email
We anticipate a final announcement from the LGBCE in September 2016.
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England and Wales published their revised draft recommendations earlier this month following an outpouring of responses from the local community to their original recommendations.
We were delighted to see that almost all of our proposals were met but some areas didn’t fit our proposals:
· They gave Sarehole Mill, pond and field to Hall Green in the East
· They put the cul-de-sacs off Green Road into Sparkbrook for some reason (in the East)
· They drew boundaries along the middle of roads whereas we had said the boundary should be drawn so that houses on both sides belong to the same Ward
· They also followed the polling district boundary to the NE giving us Brighton Rd (South side) and Balsall Heath Park
· They gave us back Dad’s Lane (North side)
So an amazing, well-earned victory for the people of Moseley but we still have some minor skirmishes to fight in order to be assured of complete victory for all our people.
We’ll be in discussions with Balsall Heath Neighbourhood Forum as to how we can support them to give them back their park!