We require Volunteers to tidy up Moseley Hall Hospital outdoor grounds on Tuesday 23rd January 2024 10-1pm and Friday 9th February 2024 10-1pm. Please see below details for the day. 


Volunteers will be supporting the Lead Gardeners tidy the outdoor spaces around the Moseley Hall Hospital. Moseley Hall is a community hospital offering general medical and sub-acute care and specialist stroke and brain injury rehabilitation services for inpatients and outpatients. The Lead Gardener will support volunteers with this volunteering opportunity and volunteers will have the opportunity to meet other people. Moseley Hall Hospital was (Birmingham Childrens Convalescent Home). It was built c1795 as a house after an earlier hall had been destroyed by rioters in 1791. It was the house of Richard Cadbury MP, of the chocolate making family.  who in 1890 gave it to the city as a children's home. Moseley Hall is a Grade II listed 18th-century country house which was situated in parkland in MoseleyBirmingham. The hall itself is now part of Moseley Hall Hospital and much of the surrounding estate has been developed for roads and housing. The hall was built c.1795 of ashlar with a slate roof in three storeys with a five-bay frontage. A central porch is supported by four pairs of Tuscan columns. The dovecote in the grounds is also Grade II listed.

Volunteers need to dress appropriately for the day and wear comfortable footwear.


Moseley Hall Hospital

Old Hall, Alcester Rd,


B13 8JL

You can catch the number 35 or 50 bus.

Free car parking is available on site.

Please email [email protected] if you are interested.