A vibrant suburb, with an assortment of pubs, restaurants, boutiques and a glorious monthly Farmers Market, Moseley has an eccentric feel and a glorious community spirit.
Listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Museleie, Moseley developed around a Victorian shopping area known as Moseley Village. From 1910, large properties were built to cater for the Edwardian middle class families. However, heating bills and high maintenance costs made them unpopular after the war and many were split into flats for the working population in the 1960s.
Moseley hall was built in the late 1700s, and was donated in 1891 to the City of Birmingham by Richard Cadbury and now forms part of Moseley Hall Hospital.