Moseley Road Workers Party Club

Our History

The Moseley Road Workers Party Club was established in 2021. Its aims are to promote the cultural and educative pursuits which contribute to the cause of the emancipation of the working classes and provide for the entertainment of members through literature, the arts, and the study of political economy.

The Club comprises a press, a club room and bar, and also houses the Birmingham Working Class Movement Library, a unique collection of printed material and documents relating to working class history. In July 2021 the library acquired the collection of books and pamphlets on Midlands industrial, social and political history previously belonging to respected West Midlands historian George Barnsby. These can be viewed upon request.

The Club room and bar is licensed by Birmingham city council and membership of the Club is open to those above the age of 18, including those who are not members of the Workers Party of Britain.


Currently by appointment only with the Secretary

Moseley Road Workers Party Club & Institute

“As the twig is bent, the tree inclines.”

18th c proverb