City of Birmingham Baths Department 1851 – 1951


Kent Street Baths 12th May, 1851
Woodcock Street Baths 27th August, 1859
Northwood Street Baths 5th March, 1861
Monument Road Baths 27th February, 1883
Green Lane Baths 29th October, 1902
Moseley Road Baths 30th October, 1907

The Greater Birmingham Scheme
Following the Royal Assent given on the 23rd June, 1911, to the Bill for the inclusion of Handsworth, Aston Manor, Erdington, Yardley, Moseley, Kings Heath and Selly Oak, in what was known as the Greater Birmingham Scheme, the Baths Committee became responsible for the Public Baths at;

Victoria Road Baths Aston 5th October, 1892 (Built by the Aston Local Board)
Tiverton Road Baths, Selly Oak 29th September, 1906 (Built by Kings Norton and Northfield District Council)
Grove Lane Baths, Handsworth 28th January, 1907 (Built by Handsworth Local Board)
Bournville Lane Baths, Stirchley 25th July, 1911 (Built by Kings Norton and Northfield District Council)

Nechells Baths 22nd June, 1910
Kings Heath Baths 15th August, 1923
Harborne Baths 13th December, 1923
Saltley Baths 30th July, 1924
Erdington Baths 6th May, 1925
Sparkhill Baths 29th July, 1931
Northfield Baths 8th May, 1937
Kingstanding Baths 31st March, 1938

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One Response to “Birmingham”

  1. Peter says:

    Is Norton Road Baths in Adderley street Saltley the Saltley baths mentuioned above, any one got details as it still stands.

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