“The Bulls Head, Moseley, Birmingham.
Moseley was listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Museleie.
The view here is looking towards The Bull Head, with St Mary’s Church is overlooking the village. St. Mary’s Church, Moseley was licensed by the Bishop of Worcester (authorized by Pope Innocent VII) in February 1405, and the 600th anniversary was celebrated in 2005 with a series of special events. Moseley itself developed around a Victorian shopping area known as Moseley Village.
I love the village I consider the heart of the creative centre surrounding by residential homes, the architectural buildings give Moseley, the historic centre to just to come and visit here feels like stepping back into the history books.
Your visit to Moseley would will be spoiled with so many places to visit to take a bite to eat and rest your legs from your travels. The question is which public house do you try first.
The Bull Head has seen some alterations in it years but today is the place to come and have fun with for life music, gigs
Now you see our lady off to meet up with the girls tonight, going to be a late night.
About the artistsee "Heading to the Bull" on Paula Gabb's website
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