Tonight’s meeting (Tuesday 7th July)
What is it for?
This meeting has been called by a working group, which includes members of the ‘Friends of Moseley Road Baths’ to try and draw people together to discuss what can be done with the building in the event Birmingham City Council forging ahead with their plan to close the building for swimming next year. The meeting will have a number of different speakers outlining different possible models for running a community pool and both individuals and organisations will be able to contribute their ideas to helping to create a strategy.
What are the aims of the group?
The working group see public swimming and heritage as being the most important factors in the future of the building. They acknowledge that there are considerable challenges, but are eager to start a wider conversation about a way forward.
What are the details?
The meeting takes place tonight (7th July) at 7pm, St Paul’s School, Hertford Street (on the corner with Clifton Road). All are welcome.
How can I find out more?
We will update supporters on any outcomes from the meeting through our newsletter and social media. We will also be reporting back at our AGM.