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The Moseley School of Art Association

496 Moseley Road

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Balsall Heath

B12 9AZ

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Discover Moseley walking Tour

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We search Moseley looking for evidence of:

The art school whose pupils went on to become some of the UK's most successful musicians.

Where Tolkein secretly met his future wife

One of Britains largest banks started by Quakers

A private Library

The Birmingham Angry Brigade cell

The Angry Wall of Highbury Park

The Pelican Company

Starting at the historic Moseley Arts School and ending at Highbury Park, the tour is approximately 2 miles and takes 2 hours.

The tour is over some uneven ground, and stout shoes are recommended. The tour will go ahead unless the weather conditions are deemed unsafe by the met office. Suitable clothing is recommended.


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The Moseley School of Art Association

496 Moseley Road

#C

Balsall Heath

B12 9AZ

United Kingdom

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Organiser Kevin Thomas.

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Kevin Thomas is a photographer based in Kings Heath, Birmingham. His work has been published in The Independent on Sunday magazine and has exhibited at the Avoncroft museum and the Midland Arts Centre. His work is researched-based celebrating the art, architecture and history of Birmingham. The Letterboxes of the Jewellery Quarter exhibition was held at 1000 Trades as part of Birmingham Heritage Week. History from the 50 Exhibition was shown at the Kitchen Garden Cafe. Birmingham Art Deco and William Bloye was exhibited as part of Birmingham heritage week at the Gunmakers Arms. Kevin published a limited edition Photozine FLUX celebrating the architecture of the Jewellery Quarter.
Button & Badges of Birmingham is an Exhibition at The Gunmakers Arms a walking tour and a 29-page Photozine launching on the 6th January 2020

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