Firstly, and following the rather gloomy announcement in the last issue of My Moseley and Kings Heath, Moseley in Bloom is pleased to say it is now taking tentative steps towards a revival.
New co-chairs, Jean Gilkison and Trevor Hocking, have come forward and they are keen to keep Moseley blooming. This will depend on support from the community and it is hoped that more volunteers will come forward to help.
Secondly, the Open Gardens Weekend will run on 27/28 June, provided people are willing to open their gardens.
On Saturday, 27 June, gardens are needed in Moseley Central and West area, that is; Chantry Road, Park Hill, Reddings Road, Moor Croft, Salisbury and Amesbury Roads and others near to Moseley village.
On Sunday, 28 June, it’s the turn of Moseley East side; School Road, Prospect, Blenheim, Cambridge, Clarence and Woodfield Roads, together with Billesley Lane, Dyott Road, St Agnes Road and Yardley Wood Road and the surrounding area.
Moseley in Bloom is not looking for show gardens. This is a Community event to raise money to make Moseley cleaner and greener. If you are interested and would like further details please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thirdly, please can you support the Annual Awards for most Flourishing Front Gardens. Moseley in Bloom is looking for nominations for attractive front gardens in your area which impress and are worthy of an award.
You can nominate a neighbour, someone in your locality – or even yourself! Please send nominations to
email@example.com by 12 July