Getting to Stirchley
Stirchley is 4 miles south of Birmingham city centre, and there are a few different ways to get here.
By road- the main road through Stirchley is the Pershore Road (A441), which runs through the city centre to the north, and Cotteridge to the south.
By bike- The Rea Valley Cycle Route serves Stirchley really well, and skirts along the River Rea, parallel with the high street (A441). At night your journey is made easier by solar powered cat’s eyes either side of the path.
By bus- Stirchley is served by a whole host of buses. The 47/45 buses run from the city centre, through Stirchley and to Cofton Hackett and West Heath respectively. The 27 runs through Stirchley to Kings Heath and Northfield. The 11 also runs through Stirchley if you like circular routes. For timings check with National Express West Midlands.
By rail- Bournville Station was formerly called Stirchley Street Station, so is right on our doorstep, with Bournville on one side of the tracks and Stirchley on the other. We’re on the east-side.
By boat- if you have a canal boat, kayak, dingy, coracle or other flat bottomed canal faring craft then head down the Worcester and Birmingham canal to the moorings at Bournville Station.