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This Week at Moseley Hive: 1st – 7th December ‘21

Pop into our community venue, The Moseley Hive, for events including:

Wednesday 1st Dec, 6-8pm. Yarningham Stitch Up
Bring a stitching project and have a cuppa and a chat.

Saturday 4th Dec 10-12pm. Winter Crafting
Make a winter crown or become an elf on our shelf. Family friendly and free. No need to book, just drop in.

Saturday 4th Dec 1-3.30pm. Moseley park- Save Christmas treasure trail
Christmas has gone missing. Can you save it by hunting out the clues and cracking the code to festive celebrations? Dress to impress for this festive treasure hunt.

Saturday 4th Dec , 5-6pm. Moseley Christmas Tree Lights switch on
Enjoy music and sing songs with Moseley Misfits around the Christmas tree after the lights get turned on. Grab a hot drink and festive treats from Moseley Hive 4-5pm.

Sunday 5th Dec, 11-1pm. Moseley Swap Shop
Time to dig through your wardrobe and get ready to swap clothes, this month’s theme is Party Wear. Clothes can be dropped off in advance Wed 5-8pm, Thursday 3-6pm or Saturday 10-1pm. We still have plenty of clothes left including winter coats. You receive tokens for your clothes that you then exchange for nearly new garments! Eco wins all round! We will also be collecting festive treats for local food banks at the event.

Sunday 5th Dec, 2-5.30pm. Poetry and Embroidery Workshop
Explore the rhythms and rhymes that link poetry and embroidery. Free to attend book through kyle@tipspoetry

Moseley Hive location: 93 Alcester Rd, Moseley B13 8DD (old Pizza Express building)


Support Misfits Music

Misfits Music is a Moseley based charity that runs several projects that bring people together through music. With a strong focus on making music fun and building new friendships you can become a Misfits Supporter for only £20. You’ll receive exclusive updates and your donation will ensure Moseley stays as the musical centre of Birmingham for the next year:


Edgbaston Foundation’s 2021 Christmas Toy Appeal

Big thank you to everyone who donated some toys last weekend. We still need more new/nearly new toys, books, complete puzzles, craft items to be donated for 0 – 16’s, not electronic or battery operated items, preferably unwrapped.

Drop them off at Edgbaston Stadium (main gates will be open, it’s very easy to access) on:

Friday 3rd Dec 11am – 3pm
Saturday 4th Dec 11am – 3pm

See the flyer here.

Keep your Christmas shopping safe

Whether it’s getting the Christmas list ticked off, that last minute gift for someone special or a treat for ourselves, most of us will be buying more online this festive season.

It’s fantastic being able to take advantage of the convenience, choice and value brought by the internet, but unfortunately it is also a favourite haunt of fraudsters, vying to take advantage of the fact that you have so many distractions in the lead-up to Christmas.

That is why it’s especially important to safeguard yourself, your family and finances when you’re buying online. For top online shopping tips and to find out more, visit our website at

If you’ve lost money to an online shopping scam, tell your bank and report it as a crime to Action Fraud (for England, Wales and Northern Ireland). By doing this, you’ll be helping to prevent others from becoming victims of cyber crime.

Coronavirus Update 01.12.21

Birmingham City Council’s dashboard of Covid-19 information for the week ending 21st November can be seen here. Across Birmingham, the number of positive cases increased by 15.5% from the previous week. Hospital admissions for Covid-19 across the city decreased by 10%, ranging between 16 and 37 new cases a day. There were 10 deaths reported for the week in Birmingham; a decrease of 4 deaths compared to last week.

For more information on the current Covid-19 guidance, including local details on testing, vaccinations, and boosters, please see our summary here.