Your historic community run

Swimming Pool

Moseley Road Baths is a beautiful Grade II* listed pool in the heart of Balsall Heath.


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what we’ve achieved by
‘Keeping Swimming’

Since April 2018

School Children have learnt to swim


Volunteers trained

Congratulations Judy!

Congratulations to Judy Tullett who has won a Swim England Midlands Award for Services in Aquatics! Judy has been involved in swimming and aquatics for many years and was invaluable in helping Moseley Road Baths CIO to take over running swimming in April this year and...

World Monuments Watch New Video!

The World Monuments Watch uses cultural heritage conservation to create social change. They asked three site partners from the program's 22-year history to tell them how the Watch made a difference in their communities. Help from World Monuments Fund has been...

111 Today

Moseley Road Baths is 111 today!  Yes, this much loved Grade II* Edwardian pool first opened its doors on 30th October 1907 and has been serving the community of Balsall Heath for 111 years! Whilst we can't have one of our usual celebratory open days until the gala...

Meet Rehana!

Rehana Shah is our new Volunteer Development Manager funded by our grant from Heritage Lottery Fund's Resilient Heritage programme! Rehana started working with us at the end of August and is currently trying to meet up with all of our volunteers. She’ll also be...

Updated timetable

There have been a few minor changes to our current timetable! School and public swimming on a Monday now finishes at 11am with our women only Be Active session at 11:15-12:15 and adult only lane swimming now lasting a full hour from 12:30-1:30pm. School and public...
What we offer

water based activity

Public Swimming

We are open for public swimming seven days a week. Sessions include; adult lane, women only, men only and family splash. See our timetable for details.

be Active

We offer nine Be Active sessions a week, the Birmingham City Council scheme offers discounted or free swimming to Birmngham residents.


Our popular Aqua-aerobics classes take place twice weekly. Water exercise provides a good fitness result and quickly.

swimming lessons

Swimming lessons are provided by Diamond Swim Academy, a local organisation running high quality instruction and whose highly experienced swim teachers have represented Great Britain at 5 Olympic Games.
What Drives Us

Our Vision

Our vision for Moseley Road Baths is as a vibrant, sustainable community asset and heritage venue running as a community business offering a range of health, wellbeing and community facilities including swimming.

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Who we are

Featured Team Member


Kat recently completed a Masters in Conservation of the Historic Environment at Birmingham City University. She became involved with MRB because she wrote her first year assignment about the history of the Baths, their condition and the options for the future. She originally studied an MA in Museum Studies at the University of Leicester and has experience of working in the heritage sector including volunteer management. She worked for 6 years at the University of Birmingham in various administration roles including some which involved line management. She is currently working in the archive of the Camping and Caravanning Club to create an inventory and think about the future of the collection. Kathryn is also a committee member of Birmingham Bike Polo.

Moseley Road Baths is important to me as an example of how historic buildings are special places which can bring people together, and in doing so can continue to be relevant and useful to their communities. Kat Pearson.

why swim regularly?

its all about your
health & happiness

regular swimming

Swimming is a great workout because you need to move your whole body against the resistance of the water. Swimming is a good all-round activity because it: keeps your heart rate up but takes some of the impact stress off your body. builds endurance, muscle strength and cardiovascular fitness. And don’t forget – reguklar physical exercise makes you feel happier and less anxious.

why not try a class

Water Exercise Offers a Deluge of Benefits. Exercising in water builds cardiovascular stamina, strength, and flexibility, helps burn body fat, increases circulation, and can help you rehabilitate healing muscles and joints. Its a great social activity too.

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