Moseley Park is unique 

Less than two miles from Birmingham city centre. Unaltered for over a hundred years. Eleven acres of peaceful parkland, a beautiful lake packed with fish and water fowl and surrounded by trees.

Trustee vacancies

Moseley Park and Pool Trust is responsible for managing the important historical parkland at the heart of Moseley, first established as a park in 1899, to ensure it remains protected and developed for the enjoyment of future generations.

The Park and Pool is at an exciting time of development and we are seeking to strengthen and diversify our Board by appointing two new trustees. In particular, we are looking for new trustees in the area of grant applications combined with business and marketing skills and/or legal skills in the context of charitable trusts. Experience in at least one of these areas is essential.

We believe in equality of opportunity and understand the value of a diverse Board that is representative of our community.

Here is the full Trustee Job Description (PDF document)

The closing date for applications is 9th July. Interviews will take place during the week starting 21st July. Please write a letter of application and send to:
Moseley Park and Pool, 22 Chantry Road, Moseley, B13 8DH

Many kinds of birdlife, especially ducks and waders, use the lake, which provides them a secure nesting area to hatch their chicks.

Have you ever been to an eleven-acre woodland glade in the middle of a city?

Moseley Park is a park for all the commmunity, but you need a key to get in! So it's not like many public parks can be. It is a park out of time - some parts of it, such as the Ice House, go back two hundred years.

You can contact the Park Rangers at any time on 07836 599990 or You can also follow us on Twitter @MoseleyParkPool

DAILY entry to the Park is free - please see the Noticeboard for details
ANNUAL membership is also available - go to Membership for more information.


Parents, teachers and guardians must take responsibility while children are in the Park. Water, trees and other hazards are dangerous and must be guarded against at all times.

The Trustees insist that this warning is very seriously regarded by anyone having the care of children.