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Campaigning for the future of swimming at Moseley Road Baths, Birmingham

Last Build Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2017 15:41:09 +0000


Comment on Book a tour of the Baths by Moseley Road Baths – Rachel Gillies

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 15:41:09 +0000

[…] the Memories and Memorabilia Day and there’s loads of stuff going on, including a talk by the lovely people at Victoria Baths […]

Comment on Happy 150th Birthday Woodcock Street by Linda Mary Woodcock

Sat, 02 Sep 2017 20:54:35 +0000

My name is Linda Woodcock and I grew up in one of those back-to-back slums in post-WWII Birmingham and wondered who Woodcock Street was named after? Best regards, Linda

Comment on Goodbye to Moseley Road Methodist Church by Gene Zant

Sat, 24 Jun 2017 19:14:07 +0000

My Dad Derwood Zant was stationed in England prior to D Day in 1944. I was going through some of his papers and found a Moseley Road Methodist Church bulletin for May 9th to May 15th 1944. He had stayed with a English family before deployment and talked about how nice they were and I can not remember any names if he ever said. Gene Zant

Comment on Pool of Memories – A Short Documentary by Kuba

Thu, 28 Apr 2016 22:57:44 +0000

Well done Jonathan. Great job!

Comment on Let’s Keep Swimming at Moseley Road Baths! by Andrew Blears

Tue, 22 Mar 2016 11:46:07 +0000

I've been swimming at Moseley Road pool for about 15 years or so. I go less often now due to age etc. but I do nevertheless occasionally get a few lengths in, so it would be a real shame for me if the pool disappears. Please keep me in touch if you can. Yours, Andy Blears

Comment on Open Day – 5th March by Waste Isn’t Rubbish | Balsall Heath is Our Planet Blog

Thu, 03 Mar 2016 12:37:15 +0000

[…] Also on Saturday 5th March, the Moseley Road Swimming Baths built 1907 will have its open day starting at 1.30pm with tours and stalls of the history of this nationally-important building, and discussion of its future. Details here […]

Comment on Open Day at World Monuments Fund Listed Moseley Road Baths by FoMRB

Tue, 27 Oct 2015 20:46:52 +0000

Apologies! Please e-mail your preferred time to with your name and the number of attendees.

Comment on Open Day at World Monuments Fund Listed Moseley Road Baths by Rosy

Mon, 26 Oct 2015 22:27:59 +0000

How can we are book a tour? Thanks, Rosy

Comment on Vote to protect Moseley Road Baths by bill

Tue, 13 Oct 2015 17:18:37 +0000

I went to Clifton Rd school and learned to swim at Moseley Rd baths - it was my 'first freedom', the second was the library next door. Last year, on a first trip back to brum for 55 years, it was pleasing to see how the latter is being developed - albeit slowly. It was not possible to access the Bath building, but perhaps no great visual loss as have seen web images taken over recent years. As far as possible, I don't live in Europe or ex colonies, have tried to follow the issue of renovation. To me, it seems that LA is intent on ultimate demolition through simply yet very deliberately failing to maintain facilities and ultimately the structure. What rancid rapacious wretches inhabit the council - others pose as MPs - Percy Shurmer would have given them short shrift (and scored their wallets) I was one of his Sparrows and lived in his 'Sparkbrook' constituency - always seemed more BH to me as a lad. I shall be interested to know if there is anything I can do to help in saving ''tha baffs'' bill

Comment on Library run by Denise Wagstaff

Tue, 22 Sep 2015 14:21:04 +0000

Thank you for the generous donation of the books. You can see which libraries they are available to borrow from by searching for Pool of Memories on the Birmingham Library Catalogue from the website