Customers are welcome to visit, on an appointment-only basis. This means we can give you the best attention. See our home page for opening hours..
Phone or email us to arrange a time to visit or to see if we can help you even without having to come to the shop.
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Clean Air Charging Zone, Birmingham City Centre
From 1st June 2021, certain vehicles will be charged if they drive through Birmingham City Centre (within the Inner City Ring Road). If you plan to drive through the city centre, then before you set off, please check on this Government website, to find out if your vehicle will incur a charge.
You can locate our precise location using the What-3-Words app: https://w3w.co/agreed.poetic.merit
British Association of Performing Arts Medicine
We would like our customers to be aware of BAPAM, which provides free specialist clinical consultations for those working and studying in the performing arts, including teachers, technicians and other non-performance roles, and people who work part-time in the performing arts.
They help with physical and mental health problems affecting performing arts careers and offer diagnostic clinical assessment from a range of clinicians, health advice, signposting and other support.
If you think someone would benefit from a BAPAM consultation, please tell them about their services.
Their website provides further detail about their clinics. The BAPAM team are available 9 – 5 Monday – Friday on
020 8167 4775 to give advice and book appointments.
Free training and resources for artists and creators.
They run free workshops, training and peer support sessions for performing arts workers, students, employers, educators and other organisations. This knowledge exchange is designed to help prevent health problems, improve wellbeing, and raise awareness of available support. All BAPAM events are listed here: bapam.org.uk/events
Their factsheets and resources are free to download: bapam.org.uk/health-resources
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Parking spaces are available for customers to the left-hand side of our premises. Additionally, there is street parking in Tudor Road itself, and on the main Alcester Road (but do read the parking restriction signs carefully). A Pay and Display car park can be found in Moseley. Heading south along the A435, turn left just after the main traffic lights on the Alcester Road heading towards Kings Heath. This a 5 minute walk from our shop.
We have two stands which bicycles can be chained to. One is the heart-shaped metal stand at the front of the car park and the other is on the wall at the back of the building.
By bus from the City Centre:
Bus No.50 & 35 run frequently (bus stops can be found opposite Moor Street Train Station). Leave via the main entrance of Birmingham New Street Station and follow signs for Moor Street Station). Alight at the ‘Moseley Hall Hospital’ stop. You can find out about times and other buses here.
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