A look at Birmingham suuburb as seen through the lens of American photographer.
£130,000 invested in arts & cultural opportunities for young people.
Mac to present an interactive theatre performance developed for Balsall Heath.
Photographs and talk by Pogus Caesar on behalf of Friends of Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
Hmmmm… deep waters, indeed….Moseley Road Baths.
Neal Martin Williams has a new photo exhibition opening in Birmingham, says our arts staff
Bees in Balsall Heath received a welcome boost last Saturday with a new bee garden opened by local MP Roger Godsiff.
The Friends of Moseley Road Baths are dismayed to learn of Birmingham City Council’s decision not to submit a bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for work to the Baths building, which would secure its long term future.
With the Eurozone crumbling and billions being allocated to bank bailouts, financial stability might seem out of reach.
The Balsall Heath Neighbourhood Plan is Going on public display.
Music, language lessons, book club, films and even Jazz at Ort Café
The re-opening date for the Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath has been pushed back yet again
Friends of Moseley Road Baths will be taking over the Moseley School of Art on Moseley Road
Moseley Road Baths, Birmingham’s historic Grade II* swimming baths building in Balsall Heath is to be the subject of a one-day art exhibition
Asbestos delays re-opening of Moseley Road Baths
As the six-week school summer holidays start a group of frustrated parents and children descended on Moseley Road
Pupils in Balsall Heath have been learning about the history of Moseley Road Baths and creating short films based on their interviews with people
In April it was announced that Balsall Heath is to be one of the first pilot neighbourhoods in Britain to create a Neighbourhood Plan