How to Find Us

Train:

via Birmingham New Street to Longbridge (trains every 10 minutes) then by taxi (10-15 minutes).

NB: Bromsgrove Station is two miles east of the town, further from Barnes Close than Longbridge, and with only an hourly train service from Birmingham New Street and limited bus services to Bromsgrove.

Bus:

First Midland Red 144
Diamond 202
Igo 42 or 145
National Express West Midlands 49 or 63
to Rubery (Tesco or St Chad’s Church)
then by taxi. (10 minutes)
OR
National Express West Midlands 98 or Igo 145
to Rubery (Morrison’s Great Park)
then by taxi. (10 minutes)

Air:

Fly to Birmingham International Airport then to by:
train to Birmingham New Street and change on to Longbridge train
OR by Travel West Midlands bus 900 to Birmingham
and change on to 63 or 144 to Rubery.

Road:

To junction 4 of the M5 motorway.
Then take the A491 towards Stourbridge for 1/2 mile.
Turn right onto the B4551 (Money Lane) towards Halesowen.
After 1/2 mile turn right into Malthouse Lane
Then bear left after 50 yards through tunnel under motorway. At end of tunnel turn left and Barnes Close is at the top of the drive.

GPS & SatNav Users:

Please use post code B61 0RA, Malthouse Lane,
as there is also a road called Barnes Close in Bromsgrove!

Google Maps

Barnes Close is shown on Google maps correctly as ‘Community for Rconciliation’, just type into Google maps B61 0RA and you will find it.

The asphalt road leading to Barnes Close is Malthouse Lane maintained by Worcestershire County Council. The concrete road from there is a private drive provided by BVT. Barnes Close is the name of a house.

Taxi Users

We would suggest coming to Longbridge by train or Rubery by bus and getting a taxi from our local company, Gold & Black, rather than using a Birmingham based company or coming from Birmingham City Centre by taxi.

Map

Below is a map of Barnes Close and the surrounding area.

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