Save Queensbridge Road Depot buildings - historic site of the Pocket Testament League
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Queensbridge Road Depot buildings in Moseley were part of the estate of Helen Cadbury (daughter of Richard Cadbury, original owner of Uffculme Hall & partner in the Cadbury company).
Birmingham Council plan to sell the buildings so they can be demolished for new housing. However, the buildings are a unique and historical site & should be preserved.
Helen Cadbury founded the Pocket Testament League when she was a Moseley schoolgirl & the Christian evangelimovement has spread worldwide, printing & distributing 110 million pocket sized bibles.
The Queensbridge Road Depot buildings appear to be the site of the creation & development of the Pocket Testament League based on archive material & the testimonies of visitors, evangelical preachers & former neighbours. Meetings were held in the buildings & on surrounding land. There is also evidence that the first pocket sized bibles for the league were printed in the Depot buildings. This is a special site in Birmingham history & should be saved.
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