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Birmingham and Solihull Mental health NHS Foundation Trust
Better Together

Location and directions

Recovery College for All delivers courses and sessions across three sites in the Birmingham and Solihull area, Uffculme Centre, Moseley, Three Trees Community Centre, Solihull and Oikos Café, Erdington.

Learners are welcome to attend sessions at all venues.

Please find information on venues below:

Uffculme Centre, Moseley

Address: Uffculme Centre, 52 Queensbridge Road, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 8QY

By bus

No. 50 and No. 35 Leaves the city centre every few minutes (by the Bull Ring shopping centre, opposite Moor Street station). Bus will stop on the Alcester Road/high street just after the traffic lights. Cross the main road (a park is situated on the right hand-side), walk towards the traffic lights and turn left into Queensbridge Road. Uffculme Centre is a 5-minute walk from the bus stop.

By car

From M42
  • Come off at Junction 3.
  • From Junction 3, take the A435 north towards Birmingham.
  • Continue along the A435 for about 6 miles. Head to the bottom set of traffic lights on Kings Heath High Street and take a left. The Uffculme Centre will be on your left-hand side.

From M6

  • Come off at Junction 6 for A38
  • Stay on the A38 for 3 miles then take a left to the Pershore Road/A441
  • After 1 mile take a left on to Edgbaston Road then at the roundabout take the third exit onto Russell Road.
  • At the roundabout continue straight onto Moor Green Lane and then on to Queensbridge Road. The Uffculme Centre will be on your right-hand side.

Three Trees Community Centre, Solihull 

Address: Hedingham Grove, Chelmund’s Cross, Chelmsley Wood, B37 7TP.

By bus 

Bus X12 from Solihull city centre departs from Station Road, every 30 minutes to Keepers Lodge. The community centre is a four minute walk away via Carisbrooke Avenue. The service X70, also from Solihull town centre, departs from Station Road every 20 minutes from Birmingham city centre and east Birmingham. Bus services 72 and 97, run every 10 minutes, are also routes that are a short walk away from the venue. For further information on other bus routes, please visit the National Express West Midlands travel site www.nxbus.co.uk. 


There is limited residential parking in neighbouring roads around the venue. Please note that restrictive double yellow lines are also in place.The retailer, Co‑op, is close by and off ers limited free parking for a maximum two-hour period. 


The centre offers a selection of refreshments to purchase from the small on‑site café, The Olive Branch. Open from 8.30am to 3.00pm.


Three Trees Community Centre is fully accessible for visitors with mobility difficulties.

Oikos Café, 58 High Street, Erdington B23 6RH


For further information on up-to-date bus routes, please visit the National Express West Midlands travel site www.nxbus.co.uk.


Parking is not available on-site; however limited paid parking is available close by from the retailer Co-Op. In addition, public free parking is available via Sutton New Road, Erdington.


The café opens at 9.00am–4.00pm.


The meeting room is fully accessible via the ground floor.