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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 06.08.20

The Moseley in Bloom News no.17  is attached, with articles on Moseley's trees and agapanthus passion. Please send any horticultural ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 07.08.20

The wide-ranging local and national Birmingham City Council Update issued on Friday 7 August can be viewed here. The last item ...
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Art nature walk with local artist Tara Johnston-Comeford

“The walks will include an exploration of nature and green space where we can connect and notice. Through collecting nature items ...
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Food Bank Collections

Reminder that the need for donations to foodbanks continues and Izzy Knowles, Helen Harvey and the Moseley Exchange continue to ...
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Birmingham libraries are starting to re-open with an ‘order and collect’ service

There is more information here. The Library of Birmingham has already introduced the service. Kings Heath Library will be offering ...
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Pavement Prayers at St Mary’s Churchyard

“This summer we are hosting a community art project in the churchyard at St Mary’s. Pavement Prayers is a weekly ...
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Moseley Busk Stops – volunteers needed

We are looking for volunteers to help us with Moseley Busk Stops on Fridays 3-6pm. Help us to fill the streets ...
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How to donate “preloved school uniform”

Rubery Schools Community Swop Shop is collecting items of school uniform to pass on to other children.  For more information ...
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Discretionary Business Grant – Round 2

The application process opened on 3rd August and will remain open until 17 August. £6m remains to distributed. For more ...
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Eat Out to Help Out scheme launched

The Government’s scheme that will operate from 3-31 August has been launched - see here. Put in your postcode and ...
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Moseley Busk Stops

The first event was blessed with good weather.  Make a note in your diaries for the rest of the Fridays ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 31.07.20

The wide-ranging local and national Birmingham City Council Update issued on Friday 31 July can be viewed here. It includes ...
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Jane Howell on Radio WM – 02.08.20

Jane Howell is being interviewed on Radio WM's Sunday Breakfast Show at 8.40 tomorrow, Sunday, 2nd August.  She'll be talking ...
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Angela Riggall is still making masks!

And she still also has some colourful plants for sale in her front garden at 117 Oxford Road. More information ...
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Can you help the Science Museum identify some of its mystery objects?

Was anyone else listening to BBC R4 ‘Inside Science’ this week? See here. There was an appeal from curators at ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 30.07.20

The Moseley in Bloom Newsletter no. 16 is attached, with some tips on photographing flowers. Please send any horticultural or ...
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Birmingham Heritage Forum

Some of the heritage sites around Birmingham are beginning to re-open. Please take time to explore the Forum’s website here.  ...
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Birmingham Emergency Transport Plan – view Moseley plans

The Moseley plans are now on the Birmingham City Council website. You can view and comment on the temporary trial ...
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Better Streets for Moseley

A new “community group promoting a low traffic neighbourhood plan for the Moseley / Kings Heath areas” has been established ...
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Fix Your Bike Voucher Scheme

Find out here about the new Government scheme to encourage people to get their bikes fixed and to start cycling ...
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Warning of collection purporting to be on behalf of St Mary’s Hospice

The warning circulated on Tuesday from Moor Green Lane about a woman purporting to be collecting for St Mary’s Hospice ...
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Moseley Busk Stops 4-6pm Friday

Enjoy some socially distanced live music starting this Friday and then every Friday during August and have a browse through ...
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Hall Green Communities Newsletter

This message and the two documents are from the Hall Green Neighbourhood Network Scheme. Click here to view the latest ...
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Warning  of potential scam from Moor Green Lane

“A neighbour in Moor Green Lane was approached at her door by a woman purporting to be collecting for St ...
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Join the Wildlife Trust as it celebrates our Local Wildlife Heroes

You can find information here about how to join the online event on Wednesday 5 August, 6.30-7.30pm. Adrian Goldberg will ...
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Kings Heath Low Traffic Neighbourhood

Plans for action to be taken during August have been announced and can be found here. The plans do not ...
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Closure of emergency response by The Active Wellbeing Society (TAWS)

Please see the message here from Karen Creavin explaining the changes to the services delivered by TAWS. Although the service ...
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Test and Trace Scam calls, emails and text messages

Please help spread information about criminals who are making bogus calls and stealing money by pretending to be calling from ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 24.07.20

The wide-ranging local and national Birmingham City Council Update issued on Friday 24 July  can be viewed here.   ...
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A Painted Room

There will be another one-day sale today from 10am – 5pm. “A lot of reductions on furniture and of course ...
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Moseley Farmers’ and Arts Markets, Saturday 25.07.20

A plan showing which stalls are expected at the Farmers' Market tomorrow (July 25th)  is attached. The one-way system introduced ...
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Birmingham 13 Magazine

“The digital August issue of Moseley B13 Magazine is out on Issuu! Also available in print form at Moseley Farmers’ ...
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Journey Makers – volunteers wanted

Please see the attached 'Journey makers' appeal for “volunteers at transport hub entrances to help passengers use public transport safely, ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 23.07.20

The Moseley in Bloom Newsletter no. 15 is attached, with news of Moseley gardens. Please send any horticultural or environmental ...
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Birmingham City Council Garden Waste Service

The City’s garden waste service has now closed for new customers. The advice on the website has changed – it ...
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Moseley Farmers’ and Arts Markets on Saturday – 25.07.20

Information about the Farmers’ Market can be found here.   ...
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Free online NHS pilates class

There is a free online NHS pilates class every Monday 12.30 -1.15, 45 minutes on Zoom. An easy to follow ...
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Birmingham City Council Garden Waste Service

The City’s garden waste service has re-opened for new customers. The cost per wheelie bin for the rest of the ...
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The Big Butterfly Count

“The Big Butterfly Count is a UK-wide survey aimed at helping us assess the health of our environment simply by ...
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Sponsored Walk in aid of Birmingham Museums Trust

Jane Howell is planning to walk the circuit of Birmingham Museum Trust Sites to raise funds for the Museums. She ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 17.07.20

The wide-ranging local and national Birmingham City Council Update issued on Friday 17 July 2020 can be viewed here.   ...
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Meet up for cake with the Covid 19 volunteers and coordinators

Meet up for cake and a chat with the volunteers and coordinators who have been helping during the Covid 19 ...
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Businesses in Moseley – ‘Use them or lose them’

Two members of the Moseley Society have walked round the centre of Moseley to discover which businesses are open. Their ...
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Musicians Wanted!

Have you missed playing your instrument? Are you looking forward to getting back out there? We are looking for musical ...
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New way to respond to Emergency Transport Plan schemes

Birmingham City Council has launched a new way to respond to the measures being brought in as part of the ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 16.07.20

The Moseley in Bloom Newsletter no. 14 is attached, with an article about the physical and mental health benefits of ...
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Fancy a chat and a cuppa?

“Healthwatch Birmingham wants to hear your experiences of health and social care and how things have been different for you ...
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Matthew Boulton’s family bible to stay in Birmingham

Matthew Boulton’s family Baskerville bible is a unique part of Birmingham’s history, a rare piece of typographic heritage, and an ...
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Useful advice about mobile phone charges

One of our members has passed on this tip: “If you know anyone who is bereaved or who develops a ...
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Lewis’s Deli has reopened

“Lewis's in Moseley is once again open for coffee and  meals and the safety measures installed are excellent and one ...
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Moseley Misfits are looking for volunteers!

“We are looking for volunteers to help us set up and run our socially distanced activities in Moseley Park & ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 10.07.20

The wide-ranging local and national Birmingham City Council Update issued on Friday 10 July 2020 can be viewed here. You ...
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Message from Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

“This is a very challenging time for Birmingham Museums Trust, and we need your help. Birmingham Museums Trust is a ...
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Almost Jazz, Funk and Soul 2020 – free online festival

In the City’s Weekly Update you may have spotted this link: “Almost Jazz Funk & Soul online festival takes place ...
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Moseley Ward online Meeting – 08.07.20

The meeting began with a presentation from Marion Gibbon, Assistant Director of Public Health for the City, about the current ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 09.07.20

The Moseley in Bloom Newsletter no. 13 is attached, with gardening tips and news of their work with schools. Please ...
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Moseley Ward Online Meeting – 08.07.20

The agenda and joining instructions for the Online Ward Meeting on Wednesday 8th July Ward Meeting are linked here ...
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About The Continued Closure Of The Midlands Art Centre

The statement from Deborah Kermode CEO and Jonnie Turpie, Chair of Board, can be read here ...
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Friends Of Highbury Park

Those of you who are already Friends of Highbury Park will have received a wonderfully informative Summer Bulletin. You can ...
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Moseley Litterbusters

9am on Sunday 5 July will see the return of Moseley Litterbusters to the centre of Moseley. Although some members ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 04.07.20

The wide-ranging local and national update issued on Friday 3 July is here. It includes this link to information about ...
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72nd Birthday Of The NHS

Don’t forget the chance to celebrate the 72nd birthday of the NHS on Sunday 5 July at 5pm. We are ...
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Maison Mayci

Remi says: “After long nights thinking on what to do next, we have decided not to reopen the café to ...
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A Painted Room

“Are you looking for Chalk Paint? It is all about blending colours.” Click on this link and if you want ...
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Egg boxes no longer needed

TAWS (The Active Wellbeing Society) now has sufficient egg boxes. Thank you for collecting them when they were needed, but ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 02.07.20

The Moseley in Bloom Newsletter no. 12 is attached, with a report on the Virtual Open Gardens event. Please send ...
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Birmingham City Council – Local Outbreak Plan

Following instruction from central government, all local authorities have been required to devise a plan to show how an outbreak ...
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Birmingham City Council Consultation Hub

Do you know about the consultations that take place through the ‘Birmingham Be Heard’ website?  See the website here. At ...
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Information and advice for parents/carers of children with SEND

Click here for information.  This page includes an invitation to take part in a short survey that will contribute to ...
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Alan Ayckbourn audio play ‘Anno Domino’ available until 2nd July

If you are quick you can take advantage of this offer from the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough.  Click here ...
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Moseley Farmers’ Market

We are re-opening the Farmers Market on Saturday 27 June. We have 33 of your favourite traders coming with some ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 26.06.20

The wide-ranging local and national Coronavirus weekly update from Birmingham City Council issued on Friday 26 June is attached. It ...
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Moseley Road plans “shelved”

You may be interested to read this report on the Balsall Heath is Our Planet website.   ...
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Little Blackwood

The restaurant will be reopening from Thursday July 9th. Details and how to book a table can be found here ...
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Moseley Farmers’ Market – 27.06.20

Moseley Farmers’ Market  -  Saturday 27 June, 9am – 2pm The main market area on Saturday will be managed with ...
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Moseley Arts Market – 27.06.20

Moseley Arts Market  -  Saturday 27 June, 9am – 3pm The Arts Market stalls will be on Victoria Parade ...
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A Painted Room Sale

A Painted Room Sale  -  Saturday 27 June, 10am – 5pm Don’t forget the end-of-lease sale at 136 Alcester Road, ...
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Moseley in Bloom Open Gardens on video – 27.06.20

The Open Gardens team has assembled a wonderful selection of Moseley Gardens to present to you online via our Moseley ...
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National Express Bus

See the website here for information about the timetable increases that began on 14 June and information on ‘Stay safe ...
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Missing the Glastonbury Festival?

You can enjoy a Glastonbury experience at home – see here. The V&A holds the Glastonbury Festival archive and has ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 24.06.20

The Moseley in Bloom Newsletter no. 11 is attached, with news of this year's Virtual Open Gardens and memories of ...
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A Painted Room is moving

“We have come to the end of our lease in Moseley, consequently we are having a sale on Saturday 27th ...
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Paul Roberts Wines

Did you know we have a wine merchant born and bred and living here in Moseley, whose business in normal ...
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The Mix Cafe (and Gap Arts Project)

Based at the Old Print Works, Balsall Heath, The Mix Café has just reopened. It’s open 7 days a week ...
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Moseley in Bloom Open Gardens is going online

There is a video here to whet your appetites or you can find it on the MiB YouTube channel. You ...
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Moseley Farmers’ Market

Moseley Farmers’ Market is planning to return on Saturday 27 June See here for further information ...
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York Supplies

The hardware business and garden centre at 57 Waterloo Road, Kings Heath has reopened but with restricted hours: Monday: 10am ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 19.06.20

The wide-ranging Coronavirus weekly update from Birmingham City Council issued on Friday 19 June is attached ...
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Sarehole Mill Community Shop

Opening hours are changing to Wednesday - Sunday 11am – 4pm Wholemeal. Self-raising, Strong white and Plain white flour are ...
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Wellness walks in Moseley Park

“Join Rhiannon from Moseley Community Development Trust for a wellness walk in Moseley Park. Meet other Moseley residents in a ...
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Enjoy the waterways

The Canal and River Trust has much information on its website here to encourage people to enjoy ‘wellbeing by water’ ...
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British Trust for Ornithology – Garden BirdWatch

Have you joined the Garden BirdWatch? “Stay connected to nature, learn about your garden wildlife and contribute to important scientific ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 18.06.20

Moseley in Bloom Newsletter no. 10 is attached, with news of the upcoming online Open Gardens event and a story ...
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How to protect yourself from coronavirus related scams

Are you signed up for the Neighbourhood Alerts from West Midlands Police?  You can do so here. Advice from Action ...
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Visiting the tip using the new pre-booking system

One of our Members reports that “I booked a slot for last Friday lunchtime and was allocated 1.15. We arrived ...
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Over 50s outreach project – Balsall Heath City Farm

Due to Covid-19, the Countrymen Club at Balsall Heath City Farm cannot meet in person at present, but the organisers ...
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The Dionysus Ensemble

We have had to miss the Dionysus Ensemble event at St Columba on Easter Monday, but we can enjoy Leonie ...
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Local Musicians in Virtual Open Gardens

Are there any local musicians who would like to be part of Moseley in Bloom’s Virtual Open Gardens Weekend? For ...
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Counselling service for key workers

Living Well UK has a counselling service aimed to help key workers stay emotionally healthy. For more details about Living ...
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Birmingham & Black Country Wildlife Trust

“Our work is possible thanks to regular donations from our members – join us as a member online by 30th ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 12.06.20

The wide-ranging Coronavirus weekly update from Birmingham City Council issued on Friday 12 June is attached. Make sure you follow ...
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Face masks

An information sheet prepared by a consortium of local researchers  on how to wear a face mask is attached. You ...
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Barber Institute

A new exhibition has just been launched online. Sights of Wonder “is the third exhibition in an exciting annual collaboration ...
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Moseley in Bloom pop-up sale

Don’t forget the event on Sunday, 2-4pm at 20 Greenend Road ...
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Royal Mail Delivery Office, Howard Road East

Opening times at the office in Howard Road East have been greatly reduced. The office is open from 7-9am only ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 11.06.20

Moseley in Bloom Newsletter no. 9 is attached, with news of how volunteers have been planting out troughs and planters ...
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Sunday 5th July at midday – Clap for Carers

Sunday 5th July at midday is a date to put in our diaries. On the 72nd anniversary of the founding ...
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Websites with scientific information about the Covid-19 pandemic

See the following websites: Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) The Independent SAGE Covid Symptom Study (Professor Tim Spector) Winton ...
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Change to procedure to visit “the tip”

From Monday 11 June you will have to pre-book to visit a Household Recycling Centre (more usually known as “the ...
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Barclays Bank support for elderly customers

“I was phoned some time ago by Barclays in Kings Heath by someone checking on their elderly customers, asking if ...
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Earlswood Garden Centre

“The Centre is now open 7.00 to 2.00 - not as on the website - but as on their telephone ...
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Pause Telephone Support – Update from the Children’s Society

Pause offers mental health support to people under 25 years living in Birmingham and registered with a GP in the ...
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Friends of Windermere Fields

The Annual Report of the Friends of Windermere Fields is attached. If there are other groups that would like to share their ...
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Grove Avenue Connected

Here’s the first response to the idea from Sovereign Way that we should share examples of what groups of neighbours ...
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Campaign to save BBC Four

If you are one of the many people who have enjoyed watching BBC Four in recent weeks, you may wish ...
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Planning application for Moseley Station

A statement from Moseley Forum is attached.  It contains information about the planning application for Moseley Station, how to look ...
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Covid Symptom Study

Those of you who have been reading these news updates from the start will already know that you can sign ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 05.06.20

The wide-ranging BCC Weekly update issued on Friday 5 June is attached. It includes notice that parking charges will be ...
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Potholes

You may be aware that from 1 April Kier Highways took over the Amey contract, including the maintenance of the ...
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Paper Recycling Pods stolen in Moseley

After the collection on Friday 5 June some households in Grove Avenue and Billesley Lane have discovered that the paper ...
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Please share news of what your local group is doing

The suggestion for people to share news of local groups who have got together recently has come from residents in ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 04.06.20

Moseley in Bloom Newsletter no. 8 is attached with news of the recent successful plant sale and the re-planting of ...
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Portrait of Humanity 2020 shortlist

The images chosen for the shortlist of this international competition include the photograph taken by Attilio Fiumarella: Swimmers, taken at ...
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Widen My Path

This website here gives you an opportunity to make suggestions about where Birmingham City Council should make more space for ...
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Litter

There has been a marked increase in litter in Cannon Hill and Highbury Parks, Windermere Fields and Moseley Bog, as ...
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Moseley Society website Memorial Page

A lovely tribute to Pat Dowell has been added to the page and we would encourage everyone to read it ...
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Birmingham 13 Magazine – June edition

The June edition has been published. Thanks to funding secured by Moseley Community Development Trust the magazine is available free ...
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Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens to re-open

The Gardens will be re-opening, in a limited manner at first just for members, and to the general public from ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 29.05.20

The wide-ranging Birmingham City Council update issued on Friday 29th May is available here ...
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Free travel before 9:30am to end on Monday 1st June

Free travel before 9:30am will end on Monday 1st June 2020 for Concessionary Travel Pass holders “In March we removed ...
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First osprey chick hatched – Woodland Trust

The first Loch Arkaig Osprey chicks has hatched! We’ve been sent this link to the webcam operated by the Woodland ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 28.05.20

The 7th Newsletter is attached, containing lots of information about plants for sale. Please send any horticultural or environmental stories ...
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Message from Moseley & Kings Heath Police: Increase in robbery

“Recent Crimes over the last 10 days suggest that we have had an increase in robbery from the person. These ...
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Barber Institute of Fine Arts

While the gallery remains closed and concerts cancelled you can still find much on the website here  to see and ...
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J. K. Rowling to publish a free book online

All the information about how to sign up and read the story of The Ickabog as the chapters are released ...
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Chemists

Boots is closing its branch in Moseley at the end of June. If you have been receiving repeat prescriptions from ...
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The Chiropody Surgery, Moseley

129 Swanshurst Lane, Moseley, B13 0AS. To book an appointment :- Telephone answering machine: 0121 777 9440 Text : 07717 ...
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FPA – the Future Parks Accelerator programme

This information is from Birmingham Open Spaces Forum: “The Future Parks Accelerator (FPA) programme is a national scheme which Birmingham ...
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The Big Issue

Like so many other charities and along with its vendors, The Big Issue is struggling to survive. You can find ...
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Four Seasons Nursery – update 26.05.20

Four Seasons Nursery at 92 Queensbridge Road will be open from Tuesday 26 – Saturday 30 from  10am – 2pm ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly Update – 22.05.20

The update issued on Friday 22 May is attached.  It covers a wide range of local and national information ranging ...
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Four Seasons Nursery – update 23.05.20

Yesterday we told you that the Four Seasons Nursery at 92 Queensbridge Road had just reopened. Apologies to anyone who ...
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Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

There is much to see on their website here (and an opportunity to make a financial contribution when you visit) ...
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Crime prevention advice to keep your bike safe

Message from our Neighbourhood police team: “We have seen a slight increase in bicycle theft over the last few days ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 21.05.20

The 6th newsletter is attached. If you have any horticultural or environmental stories or news to tell to add to ...
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Four Seasons Nursery

The nursery at 92 Queensbridge Road has just reopened. Plants (including tomatoes) are 7 for £10 and they also sell ...
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Virtual Midland Red Day at Wythall Transport Museum

Bank Holiday Monday is Virtual Midland Red Day at Wythall Transport Museum. “With Coronavirus still controlling public events we are ...
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Wash your hands against coronavirus scams!

The attached leaflet produced by the National Trading Standards Scams Team has advice on how to protect yourself against scams ...
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Public Space Protection Order

This message has been circulated by the WMNow email system provided by West Midlands Police: “Neighbourhood officers have been out ...
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Eid street parties

Why not hold a well-spaced, impromptu Eid street party? With this Eid being so different to the usual gatherings of ...
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Cicely Robinson, R.I.P.

Message from Martin Mullaney, Kings Heath BID Manager: "We're saddened to hear that former International sports personality, and co-founder of ...
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Maison Mayci

The Moseley shop keeps adding to its range of products. Jars of French fish soup and of aioli, tins of ...
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Local Listed Buildings

“Local listed buildings can be found using the Historic England web site map search here. Clicking on the triangles on ...
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Birmingham and the Black Country is an Urban Jungle!

This message was sent out by Birmingham & Black Country Wildlife Trust: Between 24th and 27th April Birmingham and the ...
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Moseley Ashfield Cricket Club launches fundraising appeal

“Moseley Ashfield Cricket Club have been playing cricket in Moseley since 1900. But, due to the financial impact of COVID-19, ...
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Indigo Wholefoods

'Good news!  Indigo Wholefoods, 50 - 52 St Mary's Row, will be re-opening its doors from Tuesday, 19th May 2020, ...
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Hay Festival 18-31 May

The Hay Festival this year has gone digital. It is free to join but one has to register and book ...
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More about face masks, gloves, plants and jigsaws – 16.05.20

“There is a basket of homemade face masks on the doorstep of 32 Elizabeth Road.   Please help yourself.  It ...
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Birmingham’s Emergency Transport Plan

Birmingham’s Emergency Transport Plan is included in the attached Birmingham City council Weekly update. The Emergency Transport Plan outlines proposals ...
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Damascena

As seen on Twitter: The Moseley branch will reopen on Saturday from 10am for collection of orders and also delivery ...
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Face masks – more guidance on making them

More ways of making face masks can be seen on the BBC website here  and there is also a link to ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 14.05.20

The fifth newsletter is attached containing tips about missing fruit tree blossom and the history of the restoration of Mapledene ...
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Kings Heath Business Improvement District would like your help

They would like your help to “shape the priorities of Kings Heath BID over the coming months by completing this survey ...
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Queues at household recycling centres

There has been considerable publicity about the long queues at the newly reopened recycling centres. If you are thinking of ...
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A new podcast from History West Midlands

Andrew Reekes reveals how Worcester gained notoriety for electoral malpractice. See the podcast here ...
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Face masks

There is interesting information and also instructions for home-made masks here. It includes tips on how to stop your glasses steaming ...
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Moseley in Bloom Open Gardens

Moseley in Bloom Open Gardens have sent this message: “As we can’t hold our Open Gardens event this year, we ...
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Another drop-off point for foodbank contributions

Another drop-off point for foodbank contributions in Moseley: There is a tub for contributions to the foodbank outside 34 Elizabeth ...
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Moseley Misfits – Thursday 14 May

Don’t forget Moseley Misfits – Thursday 14 May 8.05pm Join in singing or playing ‘You’ll never walk alone’ with your ...
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Collections for food banks

Many of you may have received a message from Thrive together with this link asking for foodbank donations to be taken ...
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Moseley Misfits “curbside concert”

Thursday 14th May 8.05pm – we’d love to know if your road will get involved.  Poster attached. Click here for ...
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Moseley Society Memorial Page 2020

The Moseley Society Memorial Page now includes the obituary for Michael Wakelam, published in the Guardian on 8 May and ...
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Bunting for VE Day

Angela Riggall is turning her hand to VE Day bunting – it costs £1.00 per metre. If you’d like to ...
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The Potato Project is Slow Food in action and we still need your help

 * You can support the project financially and share the link with friends and family. We are asking people to buy ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 06.05.20

Moseley in Bloom’s fourth newsletter is attached.  It includes an article about Tiziana, a nun who has recently returned home ...
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Household Recycling Centres (tips) to reopen

Four of Birmingham’s HRCs will reopen on Thursday 7 May, including Tyseley and Lifford Lane. The new opening times are: ...
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Responding to Covid-19 impact on transport

An attached update from Birmingham Connected includes this message and a survey: “Since the UK’s lockdown began, we have seen ...
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Self-Employment Income Support Scheme

If you're self-employed, you can now take the first step in making a claim under the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme ...
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Moseley’s Big Iftar – update 06.05.20

Book your ticket for Moseley’s Big Iftar. Update 06.05.20: The web link for booking tickets for Moseley’s Big Iftar may ...
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Globecaterer

Don’t forget that Globecaterer is delivering meals. Cyd from Maison Mayci is still delivering meals in Moseley, including his ‘Royal ...
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Sarehole Mill Community Shop

The shop continues to open Monday-Friday from 11-4.  See further information here. The bake and take pre-order system is explained ...
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Angela’s face masks and bedding plants

Angela Riggall at 117 Oxford Road, B13 9SG has “about 10 face masks left in the porch. In future the ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly update 01.05.20

Are you signed up to receive the Council’s Weekly Update? You can do so here. This week's update is attached ...
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Persistent begging door-to-door

This message has come from the Blenheim Road area of Moseley: “In the past few weeks it has transpired that ...
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Pen Museum

Like many others, this small museum is struggling in the current lock-down. A fundraising appeal has been launched. You can ...
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Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens

This is another small local charity that is raising funds – and also circulating a newsletter with pictures from the ...
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RBSA online exhibition

The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists is hosting its first online exhibition featuring work from 50 members. Click here for ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 01.05.20

The latest newsletter from Moseley in Bloom is available here with reports from local gardeners about their horticultural activities. One ...
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Domestica

The delivery, installation and repair service at Domestica is back in operation, with the continued offer of free delivery and ...
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Christian Aid Week 10 – 17 May 2020

This year there will be no house-to-house collections, but the need is greater than ever. Please visit the website  to ...
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Jill Shoesmith

Some of you may remember Jill Shoesmith who lived in Cotton Lane for many years with her husband Michael and ...
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Virtual Faiths for Fun

Birmingham Council of Faiths and Birmingham Scouts are holding a Virtual Faiths for Fun for ALL 7-12 year olds, at ...
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Hurry – this free offer from the Berlin Phil ends today!

The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra currently has free access to its vast catalogue of concerts online through their Digital Concert Hall ...
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CBSO – Stay Tuned

The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra has announced that it will make up to 5,000 free tickets available to NHS ...
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Birmingham 13 Magazine

The May edition has been published online and can be read here. If readers download the Issuu App and open ...
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Slow Food Birmingham Potato Project

“Charlie, a farmer north of the city, had his contract with a large food processing company cancelled, leaving him with ...
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Robbie’s fish delivery service

If you’ve been to Moseley Farmers’ Market, you’ll know Robbie and Chantelle. They operate a fish delivery service in our ...
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Cloth Face Masks – updated 30.04.20

Latest update 30.04.20 Angela Riggall has resupplied the box of cloth face masks on sale in her front garden (or ...
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Free Digital Online Training Courses from Go-Train

These courses are designed to help people build skills and self-confidence and include Personal health & well-being; English & Maths; ...
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Find out more about what you are passing on your daily walks

Did you know there are a variety of self-guided walks available on the Moseley Society website? Find out more here ...
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Moseley Post Office

Moseley Post Office and shop remains open with its normal opening hours of 8.30am – 6pm Monday to Saturday ...
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Birmingham Children’s Partnership – Resources

Birmingham City Council is offering more support for families, including an emergency fund. See here for more information about how ...
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Minute’s silence at 11am today 28.04.20 for key workers who have lost their lives to coronavirus

The Government has backed the campaign of the Royal College of Midwives, the Royal College of Nurses and the trade ...
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Laurie Calcutt’s quiz

Laurie Calcutt has put his time at home to good use and challenges us to a quiz about Moseley and ...
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How to make and use a Caesar Wheel

This, and much else of interest, can be found on the Bletchley Park website here ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter – 26.04.20

The Moseley in Bloom team has produced another Garden News which explains why the hanging baskets and other floral displays ...
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Birmingham City Council Weekly update 26.04.20

Are you signed up to receive the Council’s Weekly Update? You can do so here. This week's update is attached ...
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High Street Survey

“Please can you take a look at this survey. It is asking about how you, as a shopper, will view ...
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Support Independent Bookshops

Are you running short of books to read? You may wish to support an independent bookshop and you can find ...
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Moseley Misfits

Do you play an instrument? Have you heard of Moseley Misfits? Find out more here ...
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City Nature Challenge 24.04.20

Don’t forget – this starts today. There are more details here. Have you downloaded the iNaturalist App? It is available ...
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‘Birmingham Tree City of the World’

BBC Radio4: “Helen Mark goes to Birmingham, the latest 'Tree City of the World'. She finds a city and its ...
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Delivery of Iftar Boxes for those in need during Ramadan

Islamic Help and the Sultan Bahu Trust are seeking to support people during the holy month of Ramadan by providing ...
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Birmingham City Council – Key Messages 22.04.20

The Moseley Society has been sent the attached Key Messages from Birmingham City Council. It contains a wide range of ...
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Moseley Rugby Club in the Community

Moseley Rugby Club in the Community has issued this news: “Our playing season has been curtailed by the current COVID ...
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World Storytelling Café

“Stories are seeds that are carried on the wind to the ears of those who need them” E. Marks “We find ourselves ...
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Bethel Health and Healing Network – Covid-19 Volunteer Listeners (by phone) Needed

At Bethel Health and Healing Network, we support vulnerable people and enable them to become physically, emotionally, and spiritually healthy ...
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Free phone and online counselling support

Birmingham Voluntary Service Council announcement: “Community Counselling, a group of experienced trainee psychotherapists, is offering free online and phone counselling for ...
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Highbury Orchard Community

Highbury Orchard Community are sharing daily activities to do at home or in your own garden, or on your walks ...
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Highbury Park Friends

Highbury Park Friends are asking people to keep sharing photos of the park via social media here ...
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Moseley Park and Pool wildlife

“A couple of weeks ago we installed some hidden wildlife cameras in and around the bog garden. We have captured ...
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Peter the Bee & friends – wildflowers for sale

A recent addition to Moseley Farmers’ Market.  Find out more on Facebook here. “We are pleased to say that we ...
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Pedalling Pantry

“Birmingham's first zero-waste plastic-free sustainable shop on two wheels.  Find out more here. We sell fresh fruit and veg boxes, refillable pantry ...
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B30 foodbank

This is based in Cotteridge. Find out more here. They have launched a crowd funding appeal here ...
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Tech Tent – Learning To Code During Lockdown

This BBC World Service programme first broadcast on 17 April contains many suggestions about how people of all ages can ...
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Vacant Plots Available At Springfield Allotments

“I would like to advise that Springfield Allotments, Springfield Road, B13 9NN (the allotments are off Wake Green Road to ...
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NHS Every Mind Matters

The NHS has a service to help us all look after our mental health: “Having good mental health helps us ...
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Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Trust

“A new Mental Health Support offer is now in place offering emotional help, guidance and reassurance to people in Birmingham ...
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Home Deliveries To B13 & B14

There are independent businesses within the Kings Heath area that offer home deliveries to B13 and B14 Click here for ...
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The Reading Agency Hub

“Free activities and resources for all ages and abilities. The page will be refreshed every two weeks, so keep coming ...
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Exercise at home – NHS illustrated guides

There are a range of exercises available on the NHS website: “Put the fun back into fitness with these equipment-free ...
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Home Delivery – Morrisons

“Morrisons is offering a very useful delivery service to the elderly. You telephone 0345 611 6111 and then choose option ...
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Cycles for Key Workers

“Sustrans has launched a new campaign to make cycling easier for key workers as they travel to and from work ...
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Online mental health support for young people aged 11-25 – Updated 18.04.20

Birmingham City Council working with Birmingham Children’s Partnership has commissioned a free online mental health support service in response to ...
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Helping with PPE supplies – Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust

This was on Twitter from Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust: “If you have a sewing machine and are willing and able ...
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Moseley in Bloom Newsletter -16.04.20

Moseley in Bloom has produced an online newsletter 'The Blooming News' with news, hints and advice for all gardeners. The ...
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Electrical Items

Our local electrical supplier Domestica “continues to be ‘open behind closed doors’ on 0121 449 2400 or repairs@domestica.co.uk to provide ...
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Helping with PPE supplies

Are you handy with a sewing machine? Do you know about the network of voluntary community groups who love to ...
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Face Masks

“Here are two patterns to share. The first is for a very simple mask fitted with elastic round the ears ...
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Moseley & Kings Heath Neighbourhood Food

Moseley Farmers Market has teamed up with Moseley & Kings Heath Neighbourhood Food. Neighbourhood Food is a weekly food market run by ...
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Cancellation of Moseley Festival

“With heavy hearts we’ve taken the decision to cancel this year’s community Moseley Festival, which had been due to take ...
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Flytipping

Birmingham’s Household Recycling Centres (tips) have been closed until further notice. “What to do? Time to set up a compost ...
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Donations Required

Moseley Together is in contact with charities like Anawim, the Real Junk Food Project and the local Foodbanks to establish ...
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Hoping for the Best and Planning for the Worst

Covid-19 (coronavirus) - advice for people, families and communities planning for end of life care and bereavement support  We hope ...
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Donations of PPE and washable facemasks

Thank you for your donations of PPE From the Moseley Together Team we would like to say a huge thank ...
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Help for small businesses

“The question everyone’s asking is ‘what’s available for my business?’ We want to help the small business community get access ...
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Message from Healthwatch Birmingham

“I’m sure you would agree that vulnerable people’s experiences of lockdown need to be heard and quickly responded to. Please ...
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Refuse Collection

At this difficult time, Birmingham City Council has made a general appeal to all residents not to overfill bins. There ...
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Changes to bus timetables

Some bus services are changing again from the first bus service on Tuesday 14th April 2020. From the 14th all ...
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Help for parents and carers new to home teaching

“This link will take readers to a short article on becoming a teacher for your children.  It is an easy ...
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A Musical Adventure -13 April

A Musical Adventure – 11am on Monday 13 April 2020 Full details about how children aged 0-7 years can join ...
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Clap for our carers: 8pm every Thursday evening

Clap every Thursday at 8pm on your doorstep, your balcony, your garden or front room. The claps go out to ...
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How to join worship in Moseley on Good Friday and Easter Sunday

How to join worship in Moseley on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. St Mary's and St Anne's: See their website  ...
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Safer use of Zoom

A recent Zoom conference of school leaders had their meeting bombarded with pornographic images. From 5th April, Zoom are forcing ...
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Scholastic – videos of authors reading from their books

Message from Leila Rasheed: “For anyone who is looking for something to entertain/ educate children or support primary learning around ...
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The National Grid for Learning

“This website has some great resources to help parents. Looking after children and young people in terms of their emotional ...
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Phil’s Coffee van

You are recommended to look out for Phil’s Coffee van Call Phil on 07895 390709. He’s been spotted in Woodfield ...
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Beware of scam COVID-19 ‘refund’ messages

If someone gets in touch with you, out of the blue, claiming to be from the Council or HMRC offering ...
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Have a grab bag ready

One of our members has sent this very helpful, practical advice, gathered from personal experience. It’s sensible advice for us ...
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Bonfires

Bonfires. It seems that some of our neighbours are using their time at home to have bonfires. This is causing ...
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Mental Health support and advice

Mental Health support and advice: “Welcome to our new resource to help you find ways to feel a bit calmer ...
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The Gruffalo -explaining the coronavirus to children

Free information book explaining the coronavirus to children. This one comes from the illustrator of the Gruffalo who, as we ...
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Cyclists in Moseley Bog and Joy’s Wood

Statement from the Friends of Moseley Bog & Joy’s Wood: “There have been a number of incidents in Moseley Bog ...
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Gardeners World – plants online

Gardeners World.  “Where to buy plants and compost online. Looking to buy mail-order plants, vegetables, herbs and compost online? We ...
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The Active Wellbeing Society (TAWS)

It is TAWS that is arranging the distribution of food parcels to vulnerable people. There are also activities on their ...
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Moseley Travel

“Although our shop door is closed, Moseley Travel is very much still open. We are in the office most weekdays ...
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No. 1 / 1A bus service

A helpful message from a member of The Moseley Society: “From the end of March the 1/1A has been running ...
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Care homes need PPE

 Some Care homes in Moseley are struggling to source PPE Many are running out. To protect staff and residents they urgently ...
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Indigo Wholefoods revised hours

 Indigo Wholefoods. 50 – 52 St Mary’s Row, Moseley, B13 8JH The opening hours have been revised and the shop ...
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Wind in the Willows

Wind in the Willows to be broadcast and streamed: Watch this site to find out when to tune in ...
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Maths on Toast

The school holidays may have begun, but Maths on Toast is there to help incorporate arithmetic into every day throughout ...
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B13 Magazine

The team behind B13 magazine have a number of magazines left which they were unable to sell due to the ...
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Coronavirus – latest Government research

SAGE If you want to keep up to date with the latest science and research the Government is working with, ...
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The Great British Home Chorus

Gareth Malone’s initiative is described here. You can sign up to join in here ...
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CBSO Stayed Tuned

If you follow this link you’ll find this message: “Welcome to CBSO stay tuned, an online portal designed to help you stay connected to our Orchestra whilst ...
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Royal Institution experiments at home

‘I heard about the Royal Institution experiments at home on BBC R4 Inside Science. You can find the ideas here ...
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Prescriptions – delays at pharmacies

One of our members has told us that, as with many other services, some of our local pharmacies are under ...
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Garden BirdWatch

British Trust for Ornithology – Garden BirdWatch The BBTO is encouraging everyone to record the birds they see in their ...
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BBC online education

BBC offers biggest online education push ‘in its history’ More details here ...
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Birmingham Royal Ballet

The Birmingham Royal Ballet Company has started a Home from Home – details here. A Ballet Class: LIVE was broadcast ...
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Children with special education needs and disabilities

For families of children with special educational needs and disabilities: Information and advice on the Birmingham City Council website for ...
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Birmingham 13 magazine

The April edition of Birmingham 13 Magazine is in the shops.  So far it has reached Select & Save, Moseley ...
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Selly Manor online

During the closure, a Virtual Selly Manor Comes to you online. Follow the links to see the Object in Focus ...
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Test centre for NHS staff at Edgbaston

Warwickshire County Cricket Club - Test centre for NHS staff Those of you able still to go out for essential ...
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Personal Protective Equipment donations needed

PPE. Birmingham City Council is co-ordinating an appeal to businesses in the city for donations of PPE – personal protective ...
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History of the West Midlands

Time to learn about the history of the West Midlands? There is a wealth of information available from History West ...
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Get coronavirus support as an extremely vulnerable person

Register if you have a medical condition that makes you extremely vulnerable to coronavirus. Click here to register yourself, or ...
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Message from West Midlands Police

During this challenging time for communities, the offer of help and support from residents reaching out to the vulnerable in ...
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Face Masks reduce the risk

New research from China and US indicates that micro-particles that could contain the COVID-19 virus travel further than first thought ...
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Xover Nutrition

Xover Nutrition in Kings Heath are taking email and WhatsApp orders. They are mainly focussing on fresh organic fruit and ...
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Globecaterer

“Do you recall Syd with his very French van that used to drive round our streets selling delicious French food ...
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The Big Issue

Many of you will be regular purchasers of the Big Issue from one of the vendors usually outside The Co-op ...
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The Coffin Works

One of our members, a regular volunteer, writes “This small independently funded museum in the Jewellery Quarter, has had to ...
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The Economist

The Economist is providing free home-learning resources for children while schools around the world are closed, via The Economist Educational ...
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Royal Mail deliveries

Some of us have noticed some disruption to deliveries. There is general advice on the Royal Mail website here. Some ...
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Banks warning customers about scams

Banks are issuing a warning to customers about new scams. Here’s an example: “With the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, criminals ...
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Moseley Society website

Don’t forget the large amount of material that has been posted on the Moseley Society website – particularly by our ...
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Lego Challenge

There is a 30 day Lego challenge available from this site. The website allows you to register and print both ...
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Jaspers food delivery

One of our members has had a delivery from Jaspers, 93 Moseley Street, Deritend, B12 0RT.  Tel: 0121 622 4220. Email ...
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Domestica

“We are ‘open behind closed doors’ as we continue to provide whatever service we can. We are trying our best ...
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Pabari Opticians

"Pabari opticians in Moseley village are currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and are following Governmental directions at this ...
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My Moseley and Kings Heath

My Moseley and Kings Heath has been published online and can be read here ...
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Maintaining Mental Health

Maintaining Mental Health Please share any sources of advice. Here is one: ’10 mental health tips’ during social distancing from ...
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Birmingham City Council updates

Birmingham City Council's  coronavirus advice website continues to be updated.  In addition, you can sign up to receive email updates. If ...
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Keep washing your hands – video

Make sure you keep washing your hands and help us make a video! Could you help us make a little ...
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Keeping in contact with neighbours

Keeping in contact with neighbours while keeping your distance. Inspired by their ‘Clap for our Carers’ experience last Thursday, some ...
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Hold a Treasure Hunt at distance

How to hold a Treasure Hunt at a distance with your grandchildren. “My grandchildren hid cards with letters on at ...
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Museums – Virtual Tours

Many Museums offer virtual tours and ideas for home activities. Starting at home with this tour of the Birmingham Museum ...
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National Theatre

National Theatre to broadcast shows online on Thursdays. Here is a link to an article in The Guardian. More information ...
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Everyday Wild Challenge

The Active Wellbeing Society writes “At times like this, we’re all looking for ways to relieve stress and anxiety to ...
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Royal Shakespeare Company

Members of the RSC have received this message: “Continue to experience the RSC from the comfort of your own home.  We ...
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Royal Horticultural Society

The Royal Horticultural Society website (RHS) is a mine of information and ideas.  Look in particular at school gardening and ...
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Woodland Trust

The Woodland Trust offer plenty of ideas on their website  to inspire you on your walks. In particular this web ...
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Jigsaws

“I know that Amazon is out of many jigsaws and whilst looking for other sources I came across this. Who ...
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Maison Mayci

Maison Mayci will remain open and bake bread, patisserie, quiches and coffees every day for as long as they can ...
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Urgent: Changes to local NHS services due to COVID-19

As you will be aware, the NHS is currently facing an unprecedented situation regarding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. We are ...
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Enid Blyton

For Enid Blyton fans of all ages View 14 episodes of Malory Towers on the BBC iPlayer ...
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Bikes

At present we are allowed out on our bikes and a couple of the local bike shops have reported an ...
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Trading Standards advice on being ‘scam aware’

Trading Standards are advising us to be aware of a number of coronavirus related scams. Police have also been warning ...
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West Midlands Police – WMNow

If you wish to receive email updates from West Midlands Police  you can sign up here. The emails include updates ...
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Help for Food Banks and Domestic Abuse Contacts

Foodbanks near us can be found here. The largest in our part of Birmingham is the Sparkhill Foodbank which operates ...
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Shades Music

"Shades Music has moved to online video lessons. I’m so moved by students supporting myself and teachers through this tough ...
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Sarehole Mill

Our local Museum, Sarehole Mill, B13 0BD, “has a community shop where they are stocking staples like bread including naan ...
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Waterstones

Waterstones is offering free UK delivery on orders over £20 ...
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A + R Newsagents

A&R Newsagents sells a range of products and also delivers newspapers. You can find them at 320 Yardley Wood Road, ...
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Gardening Tips

“Many flowering plants that have outgrown their space can be split to make more plants and replanted at this time ...
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Carters of Moseley

Carters of Moseley have food hampers on offer. Click here for further information ...
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Curds + Whey

Curds & Whey who are usually at Moseley Farmers’ market can deliver cheese locally. An Order Form with instructions about ...
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Moseley Park and Pool

"The Trustees of Moseley Park and Pool are pleased that it has been possible to keep the Park open so ...
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Gardening

Some of us are lucky enough to have a garden and many people are deciding to clear a patch for ...
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Moseley in Bloom Open Gardens

“In light of the Covid-19 situation, we have had to make the decision that Moseley in Bloom Open Gardens will ...
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Self report your symptoms daily through the app

“An app has been launched today with researchers at Guy’s & St Thomas’ & King’s College to help slow the ...
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Birmingham Freecycle group

Clearing attics, sheds and garages: This is certainly on our list of things to do, but what to do with ...
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World Health Organisation advice

See the latest information on the World Health Organisation website where there is some advice on how long the virus ...
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Print and Cartridge Solutions

Print & Cartridge Solutions based in Kings Heath (shop next to Pizza Hut) sell printers, ink and paper etc. They ...
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Get the best signal from your home internet

There is advice on the BBC website about how to get the best possible signal from your home internet ...
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My Moseley + Kings Heath magazine

Due to the country going into lockdown My Moseley & Kings Heath magazine is delaying distribution of its April/May issue ...
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Newspaper Deliveries

Following the sudden closure of Village News last autumn, many of us now have our papers delivered by the NewsTeam ...
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Supporting and reassuring young children

Mindheart has published a short book to support and reassure children under the age of 7 about coronavirus. Covibook is ...
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Police advice on protecting the public from coronavirus scammers

Please see the advice from West Midlands Police here on protecting the public from cruel coronavirus scammers ...
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Guthrie + Ghani

Guthrie & Ghani are still available on-line for anyone looking to spend time sewing ...
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Severn Trent

The Severn Trent website has a special page. The company has also been Tweeting that they have had to deal ...
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Skype subtitles

Skype subtitles: Did you know that if you are calling someone with a hearing impairment you can enable subtitles? We ...
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Hope Chapel

Hope Chapel, on the corner of Reddings and Alcester Road, is offering practical and spiritual support. Click here to see ...
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Apple Phone app helps you focus on work

If you would like to spend more time working and less time with your Apple Phone you might want to ...
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Moseley Farmers’ Market

Moseley Farmers’ Market has issued this statement. “Due to current fast-moving events we have made the very difficult decision to ...
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Entertaining grandchildren at a distance

These would mostly work with video chats: Take turns in having an expression (happy, sad, surprised, bored etc,) on your ...
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Transport update

Covid-19 Transport Update:  The frequency of train services has reduced and most bus operators have reduced the frequency of bus ...
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How to video call your family

There is a step-by-step guide on the BBC News website ...
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Activities to do at home

Here’s a link to lots of activities to do online when self isolating so people don’t get bored and may ...
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Entertaining grandchildren at a distance – skype

Skype, Face time and other methods of talking to family and friends with a video link are invaluable at the ...
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Moseley Park Wellness Wednesdays and I Am Yogi

Moseley Park - Wellness Wednesdays. The Park will be open to the public every Wednesday 10 – 4. I Am ...
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Outpatient appointments and Blood Transfusion service

Out-patient appointments: Patients with out-patient appointments are receiving messages that they should not attend the hospital but should instead be ...
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DeMaines cafe

DeMaines café of Moseley are staying open for take away food and drinks. Contact Yann 07975 769121 or 0121 449 3070 if ...
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Independent Birmingham list of independents

Independent Birmingham has produced a list of independents now depending on a takeaway/delivery service. See further information here. Many Moseley ...
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Wellness Wednesdays: Free Entry To Moseley Park & Pool

There will be free access to the Park every Wednesday from 10.00am until 4.00pm. Entry will be through the main ...
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Farmison

“I had a delivery of meat from Farmison this morning. Their meat is all uk sourced, specified breeds and very ...
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Little Blackwood Restaurant

Little Blackwood Restaurant are offering a delivery service of fresh produce from their usual suppliers and have been delivering for ...
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A Painted Room

A Painted Room which has only just reopened after being flooded, but has now decided, reluctantly, to close for the ...
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Folk Like These

 Folk Like These were featured on BBCWM recently. This is their website. Visit this page to see how you can ...
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