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PRESS RELEASE: Friends vow to reverse Council decision on Lottery bid

PRESS RELEASE Friends vow to reverse Council decision on Lottery bid 17th December 2012 The Friends of Moseley Road Baths are dismayed to learn of ...

Council fail to submit HLF bid

We learnt earlier this week that the Council’s bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund for Phase 1 of restoration work to the building will not be p...

Gangsters

Over the years loads of people have been inspired enough by the architecture of Moseley Road Baths to use it as the backdrop to televised drama.  W...

A day volunteering for BCT at the Baths

This is a marvellous account of Sarah Ashley’s day volunteering for Birmingham Conservation Trust at their open day at the Baths last month. ...

Have you been involved in a MRB art project?

Moseley Road Baths has always been a real inspiration to people doing creative, exciting things. A couple of weeks ago editorialgirl took a tour of...

‘Behind the Scenes’ at Moseley Road Baths!

This Sunday, 2-6pm there is a rare opportunity to delve behind the scenes of the Grade II* listed building to see how the pool is run and to see bi...

City centre news – March 30, 2012

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City centre news – March 14, 2012

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City centre news – March 12, 2012

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£3million match-funding approved for HLF bid

Cllr Mullaney has sent us this update on progress with the HLF bid.  Let’s push to make sure that this £3m of match funding doesn’t sud...

City centre news – March 5, 2012

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City centre news – February 28, 2012

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City centre news – February 21, 2012

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City centre news – February 16, 2012

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Baths reopening put back AGAIN

We have received an update on the work currently being done at Moseley Road Baths from Cllr Martin Mullaney. His letter addressed to our group puts...

Baths reopening now scheduled for mid-Jan

Here is Cllr Mullaney’s latest update on work to the Baths, dated 29th September. I attended a meeting this afternoon with the contractors wh...

Baths to reopen after Christmas

Update on Moseley Road baths –25th August 2011 – just in from Cllr Mullaney The date for the re-opening of Moseley Road baths has been put ...

City centre news – August 5, 2011

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City centre news – August 2, 2011

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“We Want To Swim” Demo

As the six-week school summer holidays got underway a group of frustrated parents and children descended on Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath to ...

Join us for a ‘swim’

Dear MRB Supporter, With Moseley Road Baths set to remain closed for the whole of the school holidays we’re inviting you (and if possible, yo...

Cornbrook delivers a new home for Teme Vets

One of Tenbury’s longest-established veterinary practices is settling into its new home after it enlisted the support of a local building firm.

Baths reopening delayed (again!)

We are sorry to have to tell you but we have now been informed that the pool will not be re-opening on July 15th as had been hoped. Following enqui...

Baths to reopen in July

We received this update from Cllr Mullaney last night: Update on Moseley Road baths -8th June 2011 First of all we have a new date for the re-openi...

Public exhibition of housing development proposal for former Ex-Press Plastics site

Taylor Wimpey provide local community of Loddon an opportunity to comment on plans Where the old Ex-Press Plastics factory still stands is set to b...

Swimming pool at Hobart High School reopens

Major works completed at pool used by Loddon White Dolphin Swimming Club and local pupils The swimming pool at Hobart High School in Loddon has und...

Reopening setback

We are currently anxiously awaiting the reopening of the pool since it was closed for work in December 2010. Whilst we were initially of the unders...

Response from Andrew Hardie

Just as an update to our request for candidates in the local elections to send responses, we did in fact receive a handwritten letter from Andrew H...

Lincoln roofing firm fined for unsafe work

Unsafe: A Lincoln building company was fined after workers were spotted without safety equipment on.

Remember pre-fabs?

Friday 8 April 10.30am Kingsbury Library Do you remember the old pre-fabs? You can chatabout the Post-War pre-fabs in Wembley and Kingsbury when lo...

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