The Rugby Groud Guide

Eating,Drinking & Shopping

Club Shop

There is a small club shop situated beside the clubhouse.

 

Eating and Drinking:

 

Moseley's new facilities at Billesley include a clubhouse   which has a large modern bar and a communal area which can seat over 170 people at a formal  function.

The clubhouse opens a few hours before kick-off and stays open until well after the final whistle.

In addition, the "Players Room" can accommodate a further 50 people.

The building includes appropriate facilities for disabled   people.

Eating and Drinking near the Ground:

Close to the ground is The New Billesley. If you venture into Moseley itself The  Prince of Wales is "fantastic”. A favourite is The Pear Tree in Kingsheath. There's a "fantastic" curry house only minutes from   the ground called Sweet Chillies and a fish & chip shop opposite the ground called Pete's Pan.

The suburb of Sparkhill is just north of Billesley Common and has some of the best curry houses in the UK, much less Birmingham.

The number 2 bus to/from the city centre passes through the area.

 

 

 

 

Last Updated July 2015

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2015

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