Top vet gains international honours as he seeks world title.
Tudor Grange date for visually impaired swimmers.
Two Sandwell community swimming pools to close to help fund Commonwealth Games Aquatics Centre, reports Steve Beauchampe.
Celebrations planned for local landmark.
Finance boost to threatened landmark.
Public invited to attend event at threatened building.
Perilous state of city landmark recognised.
Sir Howard Elston, our sports editor, sits down with the beleaguered chief FIFA honcho as he faces a 90 day suspension over lurid totally false allegations that he is a cheating lying self-deluding thief.
Open day for Moseley Road Baths.
Architect’s descendants to visit listed landmark.
Protest captured on film by heritage photographer.
Endangered building to be captured on film.
The Friends of Moseley Road Baths urge local residents to visit the threatened building.
Terry Wills is getting concerned about Albion’s prospects.
Richard Lutz wants Moseley Road Baths closed. Steve Beauchampé, author of the book Pool of Memories, A History of Moseley Road Baths, takes issue.
Hmmmm… deep waters, indeed….Moseley Road Baths.
Former Birmingham Cabinet member for Leisure, Sport and Culture Martin Mullaney argues against council proposals for the city’s baths.
Swimmers at the University of Wolverhampton’s Walsall Campus will become some of the first in the UK to try a new swimming experience developed by fitness experts.
Swimming sensation Ellie Simmonds OBE was guest of honour when she went back to her old school in Aldridge to meet marathon readers.
No long term future for swimming at Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath.
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.
The re-opening date for the Moseley Road Baths in Balsall Heath has been pushed back yet again
Olympic swimming hopeful Grant Turner joined Birmingham children to announce that the youngsters will have the opportunity to swim at the London Aquatics Centre next year.
To mark the re-opening of Woodcock Sports Centre following a £5m refurbishment and renovation, the University of Aston is presenting an illustrated talk
Saturday, September 3rd affords what is expected to be the last opportunity for the public to see inside the 100-year old Bournville Lane Baths.
Asbestos delays re-opening of Moseley Road Baths
Birmingham’s long quest for a 50-metre swimming pool appears to have taken a major step forward