It’s not over yet : Events still to come

Wednesday 12 July


Political Song Session

8:30pm                                                       Prince of Wales, 118 Alcester Rd, B13 8EE
Political Song Session at the Prince of Wales. Bring your songs, raise your
voices, let the songs be heard, whether they were written yesterday or
hundreds of years ago, let us learn from them and take heart from them. Free
entrance – donations welcome. More details at  or phone 07946 718286


Thursday 13 July


Music and Song Concert

7:30pm                                                        Moseley All Services Club, 91 Church Road
Music and Song Concert featuring the Moseley Village Band and
Birmingham Clarion Singers.  Free entrance – donations welcome.  More
details at or phone
247 3856.

Moseley Village Band brings you lively tunes
in the style of the traditional English village bands, as played by country
musicians of Thomas Hardy’s time for dancing and for church services – they
play them just for fun!   The band meets on two Thursdays each month and is
open to all who play (or practise) acoustic instruments.

Birmingham Clarion Singers were established in 1940, and continue into the
21st century with songs and music from a long established workers’
tradition. They meet every Wednesday during term time, and regularly sing at
events for peace, workers’ rights and union members.  More info at

Monday 17th July


Moseley Community Development Trust Annual General Meeting 2017.

7.30pm                             The Moseley Exchange, 149-153 Alcester Road B13 8JP

Everyone is welcome.

Dr. Austin Barber will be discussing the progress  made towards delivering Moseley’s action plan and explaining how you can get involved. There will also be a presentation about Community Shares by Locality.

Tel 0121 449 8585

Registered charity no. 1087049



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