Birmingham Buddhist Centre
11 Park Road
Tel: 0121 449 5279
Please make all cheques payable to ‘Birmingham Buddhist Centre’
Do get in touch if you’d like to go on our postal mailing list for our tri-annual programme, or our e-mailing list for weekly email announcements.
How to book:
For most Birmingham Buddhist Centre classes, courses and events you can just turn up at the time specified. For some courses and events you can book in advance by posting your deposit or donation to us. Please make cheques payable to ‘Birmingham Buddhist Centre’. Please include a note with your name, postal address, contact telephone number and which class / course / event you’d like to book onto. Then just post that to the address above.
The Buddhist Centre office team are often around during the day and enjoy responding to enquiries. If you can’t get hold of anyone, do leave a message and we’ll get back to you. If you wish to pop in to the Buddhist Centre it may be worth contacting us to arrange this.
How to find us:
Coming from the city centre, Park Road is a turning to the right off the Alcester Road, just before Moseley village. The Birmingham Buddhist Centre is signposted. We are just a few minutes from the numbers 1, 35 and 50 bus stops.
Feel free to use the 2 or 3 parking spaces on our forecourt. With regard to Park Road, we would appreciate it if you would be sensitive to the needs of our neighbours when parking and use Augusta Road and Augusta Road East if possible. There is free parking on side streets off Park Road itself at the ends of Augusta Road and Augusta Road East, which are a 1 minute walk from the Buddhist Centre. For Augusta Road, turn right down Park Hill, which is the next road on the right after Park Road if coming from the city centre, and take the first right into Augusta Road. For Augusta Road East, take the right hand turn before Park Road when coming from the city centre.
Click here for a map and further directions.
Birmingham Buddhist Centre is a registered charity 516568.
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