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Building work progress

Cllr. Mullaney has put an update on the ongoing work on Pool 2 on his blog. Please go to his blog for an update with photos.

Lives at risk at Lincoln construction sites

Dangerous: Ten construction sites across Lincoln have been shut down due to health and safety risks.

Pix: Art Deco Roadhouse Restored

An iconic Scottish art deco roadhouse, which has become a beacon for regeneration in what was once one of Scotland’s most deprived electoral ...

The Swan goes on sale…

…but what does the future hold for the old coaching inn standing boldly in the centre of Loddon? Since closing back in September, The Swan ha...

07-04-30 – DSCF1949 – Nottingham – Lake – Trent Building

Some cool Nottingham images: 07-04-30 – DSCF1949 – Nottingham – Lake – Trent Building Image by mattbuck4950 The Trent Build...

Work commences at Baths

Re-opening of Moseley Road Baths planned for late May Following an extended period of closure caused by structural problems with a wall in Pool 2, ...

Mortgage repossession shortfall to Nottingham Building Society

Mortgage repossession shortfall to Nottingham Building Society If your lender has repossessed the property via a court order, or you have handed ba...

New housing proposal for Ex-Press Plastics site

Since Ex-Press Plastics moved from Loddon the old industrial site has been left exactly as it was. Previous plans for housing developments have bee...

Demonstrate this Saturday!

Birmingham City Council has been spearheading efforts by local authorities to slash local budgets and open services up to the private sector.  A h...

Progress being made on the new Loddon Surgery build…

As you turn off the A146 and head into Loddon along George Lane you will have noticed you are now greeted with this view on your left… The ...

Work due to begin on Pool 2

Cllr Mullaney, Cabinet Member for Sports, Leisure and Culture has today put an update on his blog re. the work to Pool 2. The pool closed at the be...

Moseley Shoals statement

We've been in touch with many people inquiring when Moseley Road Baths will reopen, really highlighting to us the need for it to open as soon as po...

What’s going on with The Crown Pub rebuild? Map_icon

I’ve been a bit lax in not mentioning the redesign of The Crown Pub, as noted in the comments to an unrelated ovine-post: I always read this ...

Margaret’s Exhibition is now open!

Thanks so much to everyone who came to the launch of Margaret Braithwaite’s exhibition of oil paintings of Moseley Road Baths. It was clear f...

Art Exhibition – Homage to Moseley Road Baths

Local artist Margaret Braithwaite has a long association with Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath. Her youngest son learnt to swim there in the 198...

Update on closure from Councillor Mullaney

Many of you will be aware that Moseley Road Baths is currently closed as work was due to begin on the lintel area around the Fire Exit on Pool 2 th...

Our first school project is complete

We’ve had a great time on our oral history film project this week – it’s amazing how much we’ve managed to cram into just 1...

Baths closed for maintenance

Moseley Road Baths is closed until further notice due to essential maintenance work on the end of Pool 2 (the pool currently in operation). Funding...

Boots D6 Drys Building, Nottingham

A few nice Nottingham images I found: Boots D6 Drys Building, Nottingham Image by French Disko Architect/engineer: Sir Owen Williams 1935-8 TC Hine...

City centre news – 6 December, 2010

News on Building, Crime, Digbeth, Education, Snow Hill, and Transport

City centre news – 10 November, 2010

News on Building, Canals, Crime, Opera, Snow Hill, and Transport

A successful Memories and Memorabilia Day

On Saturday we had another wonderful Memories and Memorabilia Day, our fourth successive annual event to mark the building’s birthday.  In t...

Last minute planning

With only two days to go until our Memories and Memorabilia Day the Friends of Moseley Road Baths and our oral history volunteers are going into ov...

John Lewis retailer in court after putting workers lives in danger

By Christine Lavelle HIGH street retailer John Lewis faces a massive fine after it was revealed they failed to do proper safety checks while refurb...

Lift being installed at Blackheath station Map_icon

Blackheath Society reports that Network Rail will (finally – see this post in May 2008!) begin work on installing a lift inside Blackheath St...

Last year’s tour

To get you warmed up for this year's Memories and Memorabilia Day on 30th October, we wanted to share with you once again the excellent video that ...

Man leaps from burning building as fire crews rescue family

By Shaun Milne THREE people including a man who leaped from a second floor window are being treated in hospital after a blaze broke out in a ground...

City centre news – 30 September, 2010

Broad Street, Building, Chamberlain Square, Library, Planning, Transport, New Street, Digbeth

The Big City Plan

The Big City Plan is the most ambitious, far-reaching development project in the UK, and seeks to define how more than 800 hectares of land in the ...

Book a tour of the Baths

Memories and Memorabilia Day 2010 is almost upon us and will this year be held on Saturday, October 30th (the 103rd birthday of Moseley Road Baths)...

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