Open Labour – West Midlands forum

11AM-5PM, Moseley Exhange, The Post Office Building, 149-153 Alcester Road, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8JP


Open Labour activists from across the West Midlands will join together to discuss the key issues facing the party, what needs to change, and what kind of left politics Labour needs to develop.

If you have any access or hearing requirements please let us know. We are not currently planning to have microphones but would like to know if they are required.

We will be visiting a local pub in Moseley after the event is finished. The venue is easily reachable from the city centre in around 20 minutes by bus. Please take the southbound number 50 from outside the Bull Ring, opposite Moor Street station And about 5 minutes walk from New Street. Alternatively a taxi is around £8.

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