History, Aims and Objectives

A potted history and a few things you should know about what we do.

Bromsgrove Arts Alive, whose principal aim is to support the arts in and around the Bromsgrove, was established in 2006 following an initiative by Huw Moseley, Arts Development Officer, Bromsgrove District Council.

In 2020 Bromsgrove Arts Alive became a Charitable Incorporated Organisation

With 50 diverse groups and individuals as members, we represent the best in local arts.

We produce a comprehensive members directory leaflet with a regularly updated version on this web site, plus News, and an Events Diary offering comprehensive information on members current and future events.

To take part in future events and be involved in a local influential arts group, do consider becoming a BAA member. Whether as an individual or a group – the single, annually renewable, fee is only £15!


  • To promote the arts, culture and heritage for the public benefit in particular by acting as an umbrella body for organisations and individuals in the Bromsgrove District in order to facilitate greater public access to, and increased public participation in, the arts, culture, and heritage.
  • To promote for the benefit of the inhabitants of the Bromsgrove District the provision of facilities for recreation or other leisure time occupation of individuals who have need of such facilities by reason of their youth, age, infirmity or disablement, financial hardship or social and economic circumstances or for the public at large in the interests of social welfare and with the object of improving the conditions of life of the said inhabitants.

Serving: Bromsgrove, Aston fields, Barnt Green, Bently, Blackwell, Bournheath, Burcot, Catshill, Dodford, Fairfield, Finstall, Henbrook, Lickey End, Marlbrook, Rubery, Sander’s Park, Sidemoor, Stoke Pound, Stoke Prior, Stoke Warf, Tardebigge, Tutnall, Upton Warren, Woodcote Green, Woodgate, Herefordshire and Worcestershire