The Uffculme Centre is part of the Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Trust and offers conference and training facilities.
Built in 1891 by the Cadbury’s as a family home, Uffculme was donated to the city in 1916 for the furthering of psychiatric health services. Following extensive refurbishment, Uffculme is now one of the region’s best training and conference venues. During Uffculme’s restoration we worked hard to maintain much of its original character and features, while integrating state of the art technological facilities.
From the A435, Alcester Road, turn onto Queensbridge Road, between Moseley and Kings Heath. The Centre is on the left opposite the school.
From Birmingham New Street Station take either a taxi or bus. (see below)
Walk through the Bullring Shopping Centre towards Moor Street Station. Catch No. 50 from the rear entrance of the Pavillion Central Shopping Centre (opposite entrance to Moor Street Station). After Moseley Village get off the bus at the junction with Queensbridge Road.
The Uffculme Centre
T: 0121 301 3950