Cafe barriers with graphics at One Trick Pony

Spectacular cafe barriers with graphics installed at the new American styled One Trick Pony Club pub in Moseley are a striking exclamation mark on the pavement directing you to this new fun venue bringing American diner-style food to the heart of Moseley village.

Our cafe barriers come in all sorts of material and finishes ranging from the semi-permanent aluminium, in ground mounted, Italian screens right through to the of robust yet removable post and banner style shown here. These cafe barriers with graphics are created from UV resistant awning fabrics decorated with the client brand using our unique “RAGS” graphics technology for sharp imaging and long lasting effect. The posts in this case are powder coated black but can be in many finishes including Chrome, stainless steel and brass

The One Trick Pony  is situated in the heart of Moseley Village. With a funky industrial-saloon interior design – ‘The One Trick’ is a true social hub. They serve the best burgers, chicken and super salads for every occasion. Located in Moseley, they invite you to  come down to see them on 93 Alcester Road.

Today Moseley is one of the more affluent suburbs in Birmingham, although parts of north Moseley continue to suffer deprivation. The area has a mixture of residential properties, with some streets being among the most expensive in the city and others consisting largely of social housing and other rented accommodation.

Local band Ocean Colour Scene flourished in the mid-1990s British Britpop–indie scene with songs such as “The Riverboat Song”, inspired by locations within the suburb of Moseley. Their most successful album (in terms of weeks on chart) was Moseley Shoals. Moseley is also the birthplace of Nick Rhodes of Duran Duran.

The suburb is the spiritual home of the great Moseley Rugby Football Club, regular cup finalists in the 1970s and 80s, and still regularly hosting one of the top 14 games in the country. Their new home is a few yards from the Moseley border at Billesley.

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