Heritage Open Day
at Moseley School 9th September 2017
Date: 9th September 2017
Venue: Foyer, Moseley School, Wake Green Road,
Time: 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Cost: FREE Event.
Parking: Moseley School, Wake Green Road (Gate B).
As part of Heritage Open Days, the Moseleians Association, in conjunction with Moseley School, opens Spring Hill College, Wake Green Road, each September to association members and the general public. NO CHARGE is made for admission.
Each year Moseley School opens Spring Hill College (the former Moseley Grammar School building) to association members and the general public as part of English Heritage Open Days. This year the building will be open for FREE guided tours on Saturday 9th September between 13:30 and 16:30. No booking is necessary just come along with your family and friends and enjoy a few hours wandering around this icon building - you never know who you might meet!. Refreshments, displays and memorabilia will be available.
BBC Radio 4 Profile
This summer, Former Moseley school pupil Moeen Ali has broken several cricketing records. He's become the first player ever to score more than 250 runs and take 25 wickets in a four match Test Series
Mark Coles profiles the spin-bowler and batsman - who grew up in the Midlands, started playing the sport at a young age, and who has inspired today's England fans to chant about his facial hair.
An Urgent Plea For Help
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
- Willingness to offer two hours every two or three months to attend our organising committee
For more details contact Richard Cobb