Moseley Society History Collection
See the Moseley History Collection and meet local historians. The Moseley History Collection is housed at the All Services Club in Highfield House, built by John Avins, a Birmingham manufacturer and philanthropist. Local history items and collections will be on display, with members of the history group on hand to explain how they carry out research.
During 2019 The Moseley Society is celebrating its 40th anniversary. As the civic amenity society, we have been an influence on the built environment and on planning and licensing policy in Birmingham. We have restored two listed buildings, now open to the public. This event provides an opportunity to meet enthusiastic people who can encourage and advise you to get involved in the community and to start your own research projects.
Date & Time
Saturday 21 Sept 2019 | 12pm – 4pm
Highfield House, 91 Church Road, Moseley, Birmingham, West Midlands, B13 9EA
Booking not required
Partial wheelchair access, on-site disabled parking, assistance dogs welcome, on-site parking. Highfield House is now the home of Moseley All Services Club. At the top of Church Road, near the junction with Wake Green Road and a short walk from Moseley Village. The No 1 bus stops just round the corner. No 35 and No 50 in Moseley Village.