Colin Crosby Heritage Tours


Moseley is a village in rural South Staffordshire, close to the busy city of Wolverhampton.

Moseley Old Hall, hidden away down country lanes, is where Charles II took shelter after the Battle of Worcester in 1651, having first hidden at nearby Boscobel, and in its famous Royal Oak.

From Moseley, dressed as a servant, he travelled to Bristol, and then on to Shoreham, whence he was taken to France.

Moseley Old Hall was built in about 1600 and is in the care of the National Trust.

Places in Moseley

Moseley Old Hall