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Moseley CDT is delighted to welcome our new Chief Officer Lorna Brewster

Lorna BrewsterLorna Brewster

Moseley & Kings Heath Neighbourhood Wardens

Moseley and Kings Heath Neighbourhood Warden - unfortunately this project has now stopped

the new Neighbourood Warden is to be shared between two people: Helen Rehman and Philip Osman - you can reach them on 449 8585 or by email:

  • helen.warden@moseleycdt.com
  • oz.warden@moseleycdt.com
  • You can follow the Wardens at MKHW Blog


    A neighbourhood warden

    Moseley Community Games 2012



    The Community Games is being supported by the The Legacy Trust UK

    What happened?

    logo designed by Isra Hassan from Park Hill Schoollogo designed by Isra Hassan from Park Hill School

    Event: Moseley Community Games
    Date: Saturday 22nd September 2012

    BiffaAward

    Reducing our carbon footprint

    Moseley Community Development Trust (CDT) in Birmingham has received a £5,000 grant from Biffa Award, a multi-million pound fund that helps to build communities and transform lives through awarding grants to community and environmental projects across the UK.


    The money has been spent on installing two new energy efficient boilers at the Moseley Exchange building, a former 1930’s telephone exchange.

    Introduction to Volunteering

    Moseley CDT aims to support a wide range of volunteer action for the benefit of all sections of the community within the neighbourhood of Moseley.

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    We are a community enterprise which means our profits are ploughed back into the community and not paid out to shareholders. The CDT tries to find out what will work in Moseley and how we can make a lasting contribution. We want to see how much of an impact we are having on the local economy in Moseley.

    Measuring our Local Impact

    Energy Saving Advice

    If you are having trouble paying your fuel bills this winter:

  • try the Energy Saving Trust on 0300 123 1234 or go to the Energy Savings Trust
  • or Birmingham City Council
  • or Warmzones


  • NEA Warm Homes Campaign

    The Warm Homes Campaign is NEA’s annual winter initiative, focusing on the need for people to be able to stay warm in their homes. The campaign raises awareness amongst both politicians and members of the public of the problem of fuel poverty and the action needed to be taken at a policy level; as well as the help and support available locally for those struggling to heat their homes. It also highlights key messages around gas and electricity safety in the home. The campaign itself takes place from Monday 22 November 2017 up to Fuel Poverty Awareness Day on Friday 23 February 2018.

    Moseley CDT volunteers have been circulating information at local venues and they met with our local MP, Roger Godsiff to help raise awareness about fuel poverty in the area.





  • Moseley Community Development Trust has received a grant from NEA and is supporting the campagn.


  • Around 4 million UK households are in fuel poverty, unable to afford to live in a warm, dry home. National Energy Actionis the national charity working to end fuel poverty in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. NEA provides useful advice and information such as the NEA home energy checklist.

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