Birmingham Moseley Rugby New Promotion Video

Latest news // Monday 18th November 2019

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Birmingham Moseley Rugby have been working with leading video production company, One Minute Wonders, in exploring the use of drone video technology. A short video has been created with support from 3 Companies, all leaders in their fields, based in the West Midlands

Pulling together a quick overview on such an extensive club can be a tricky one, with so much history and facilities and capabilities, which are improving all the time, where do you draw the line? – we think that this piece has covered it – massive thanks to all the sponsors involved and a special thanks to our very own Stephen Lloyd for managing the project.

Aurelia Training

Aurelia Training have been an established training provider based in the West Midlands for 15 years, delivering Government funded qualifications since 2007.

Lead by former Moseley 1st XV player Bob Harknett, Aurelia provide high quality training with the flexibility to suit you and your employees.

Aurelia are an approved organisation on the Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers, as well as an Ofsted Grade 2 quality provider of Apprenticeship training based in Coventry, with a nationwide delivery profile.

Aurelia provide support in finding the right training to suit your organisation, by giving effective advice and guidance which has been recognised by achieving the Matrix Standard.

Our Apprenticeships are a great opportunity for you and your employees to build on both knowledge and skills, expand career prospects and gain nationally recognised qualifications.


EBC Group

‘EBC Group is an award winning managed service provider of IT services and solutions, telecommunications, print solutions and document management. As integrated provider of managed services we plan, implement and support our clients IT and technology, enabling them to run their business smoothly and securely.’



Erodex specialise in the design and manufacture of graphite electrodes, as well as fixturing and tooling for the aerospace market and IGT. Other areas of expertise include EDM, for which Erodex are the UK’s leading supplier of wire, tubes, wear parts, resin, filters and other consumables – plus semi-conductor, mechanical, high temperature and many more industries.

The Erodex Group is based across four UK sites and recently expanded in the USA, where the company has enjoyed much success. While the quality of Erodex’s products and services is of course key to this, Erodex believe that investing in people is at the core of any successful business.

In keeping with the policy of investing in people, Erodex has a long history of supporting local business, as well as other good causes. As a result, the opportunity to work with Birmingham Moseley Rugby was something the company felt passionate about.


One Minute Wonders

Mick Foley learned his trade at the BBC starting as a runner and working his way up to Producer/Director. He has worked for all the major terrestrial channels including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5. Tales of the Unaccepted a series he worked on for ITV Central won a Royal Television Society Award and his short film ‘The Portwine Stain’ has won numerous awards at Film Festivals. He set up One Minute Wonders Video Production and Drone Services nearly ten years ago.

Mick started flying drones in 2018 gaining his PfCO (certificate to fly commercially) from the CAA in March 2019. He is passionate about flying and says, ‘Most of our shoots are planned, researched and pictures practically composed before we set off on location to film. If possible the site will have been surveyed beforehand for any obstacles either physical or logistical so that the flight can run as smoothly as possible. Our batteries give about 12 minutes of flying time so everything has to be thoroughly prepared to get the most out of the time in the air. But It doesn’t matter how much you plan once the drone is up the view is never quite how you imagined it would be – most of the time it’s better!