Keeping up appearances in Victorian Moseley
Join us at the Moseley Hive for the launch of a new book about Moseley: “Moseley 1850-1900: Space, place and people in a middle-class Birmingham suburb.” For over 50 years, Janet Berry – author of the book – researched, recorded and wrote about the history and heritage of Moseley. There will be an exhibition showing snippets of her vast research.
At 2.30pm, Janet will give a talk about the book and ‘keeping up appearances in Victorian Moseley’.
The book will be available to buy during the day at a special introductory price of £12.50.
More information about the launch here
Moseley Hive is by the entrance to Moseley Park in the premises originally built for W H Smith. You can see the Hive – but back then WHS – on the right in the historic postcard.
Buses 50, 35, 1 and 41.
Organised by The Moseley Society
Date & TimeSat 16 Sept | 10am–4.30pm
LocationMoseley Hive 93A Alcester Road, Moseley, B13 8DD
Booking not required
AccessThe Moseley Hive is wheelchair accessible