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The Future of Highbury Hall

18. 02. 26
posted by: AW

birmingham highburyhallPlans are afoot to restore and convert Highbury Hall in Birmingham into a museum with meeting rooms and business conference facilities.

Highbury Hall is located in Moseley. It was the family home of the Chamberlain family – including Joseph Chamberlain.

Joseph Chamberlain was a former mayor of Birmingham and was responsible in the late 1800’s for modernising the city with clean water and gas supplies, better sewers, roads and pavements and public buildings such as Birmingham’s Council House.

His son, Neville Chamberlain, was the UK Prime Minister at the outbreak of the Second World War.

Highbury Hall was left to the citizens of Birmingham by the Chamberlain family. It has been used for private events in the past but it has never been open to the general public.

Highbury Hall is set in its own parkland yet it is only three miles from the centre of Birmingham.

Chamberlain Highbury Trust has taken over the Hall and started a fundraising campaign for its restoration. There will be a public open day on Wednesday February 28.