Places of interest nearby
Moseley Village is home to Guthrie and Ghani (pictured below), a haberdashery and fabric shop founded by Great British Sewing Bee contestant Lauren Guthrie.
Highbury Park (pictured below), Kings Heath Park and Cannon Hill Park are all within a short walk of Uffculme.
Within Canon Hill Park is the Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) which has a wide programme of events and activities. There is also the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park in Canon Hill Park, which is home to many animals and birds.
Some of our exhibitors will have card machines, but cash is always accepted!!
The nearest cash point is located outside Asda Supermarket, 99 High Street, Birmingham, B30 2YY 5mins walk from Uffculme Centre.
An alternative cash point is located outside HSBC Bank, 96 High Street, Birmingham, B14 7LD also 5mins walk from Uffculme Centre.
Places to meet, eat and drink
Uffculme has an onsite cafe serving light meals, sandwiches, hot and cold drinks and snacks. There will also be a dedicated cake stand serving delicious home made treats.
There is also plenty of outdoor space at the venue so if you want to bring a picnic rug and your own picnic, please do.
Uffculme is a very short walk away from Kings Heath High Street, which has a wide variety of places to eat and drink, including Bloom, (pictured below) a place where speciality coffee meets considered food, Grace + James, a wine shop, bar and deli and The Early Bird, a coffee shop and bakery
Just a short walk from the venue is Moseley Village, where you can find The Village Pub, that serves meals, snacks, soft drinks and tipples; Lewis’s, (pictured below) a neighbourhood cafe & restaurant; Damascena, serving coffee, tea and a selection of delicious food.