Autumn Gazette Copy Deadline
1st September 2016
The Moseleians Association autumn Gazette is now being compiled and, as ever, we wish to make it as interesting and diverse as possible. If you would like to contribute please email your article, together with appropriate high quality photographs by 1st September to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a number of 'Where are they now' articles that have not yet been published but still looking for more from former Moseley Modern and Moseley School pupils. These short articles need to be no more than 250 words and must be accompanied by a high quality head a shoulders photograph.
We are also looking for articles of around 300 to 500 words on any topic which you think will be of interest and has some relevance to Moseleians. For example we know that many of you keep in touch with your pals from school so why not tell us about your latest ‘mini-reunion’ and wherever possible please include good quality photographs… a picture paints a thousand words.
60 Something Reunion
The Moseleians Association would like to assist in organising a reunion, at Moseley School, for former Moseley Modern and Moseley Grammar School pupils who are about to turn, or have recently turned 60.
We Need Your Help
This milestone in life is a time to reflect, celebrate past glories, present achievements and future ideals.
To make this reunion happen we need a small group of former pupils to offer their help with arrangements - without this group the reunion will not go ahead.
Breaking News – Literaly
One of the five stone gargoyles around the bell tower at the top of the Moseley School’s tower has crashed to the ground.
As a number of Moseleians Association members may know, the stone used back in 1856 is very soft local Warwickshire stone which is well known to deteriorate over the years - not helped by pollution as well as water, frost and wind.
This year The Moseleians Association celebrates its 21st anniversary and as our membership approaches the 500 member mark the association is in good health. However... as with many organisations it is run by a few. Sadly those few have recently been reduced to fewer by the passing of three of our active members.
The few urgently need ex-students to come forward and take a place on the committee otherwise the association is in real danger of folding.
No special qualifications or abilities are required other than:
- Willingness to help
- Desire to maintain contacts with others from the school
- Help to recruit new members
- Willingness to offer two hours every two or three months to attend our organising committee
- Help out at occasional events
No wages or salary but good rewards for all volunteers!
For more details contact Richard Cobb