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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 with music! Volunteers are needed from 3pm to help with preparations and throughout the event.  To sign up as a volunteer see here.

Have you missed playing your instrument? Are you looking forward to getting back out there?
We are still looking for musical soloists and duos to busk on Moseley High Street on Fridays throughout August from 4 – 6pm.
To find out more and to sign up to take part, use this link!

If you have any further questions, please contact


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 see here.

Clive Marks shop, in Poplar Road, Kings Heath, is a collecting point where you can hand in your donations.


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 information, including a link to the application form, see here.



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 see a list of the businesses taking part within a 5 mile radius. A postcode for the centre of Moseley brings up 100 businesses. Don’t forget that you can use the scheme while on holiday to support businesses where you are staying.


Moseley Busk Stops

The first event was blessed with good weather.  Make a note in your diaries for the rest of the Fridays in August and come and join the well-distanced fun between 4-6pm.
There were three spots on the first occasion – outside the Post Office; on the Village Green and outside the former HSBC Bank. The event also provides an opportunity to support local businesses, including the cafes and restaurants taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.