St John Centre

St John’s Centre

 

St. John’s Centre, 124 Warren Farm Road, Kingstanding, Birmingham, B44 0QN Telephone Tel: 0121 386 4345

St. John’s is situated at the heart of the Kingstanding Community and is easily accessible on foot, car or by using local transport links. Within a short distance of the venue, there is plenty of free parking.

The closest bus stop is the 33, click here for stops & time table

St. Johns provides a modern, purpose built sanctuary that delivers reliable and trusted services, representative of the needs of local people, whose views have been sought through extensive consultation. The building is environmentally friendly providing energy efficient equipment and provides excellent facilities from catering and security to I.T.

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The building provides excellent user friendly access for people with various disabilities.

It has an impressive ‘catering standard’ kitchen adjoining the large hall which can be hired on its own or in conjunction with the main hall. This has the catering capacity to provide a cooked meal for up to 70 people.

 

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St.Johns provides a wonderful venue for every occasion, we can comfortably accommodate user groups of differing sizes.

It provides a maximum seating capacity of 100 people in conference style or up to 70 people for a sit down meal .

Key to the design feature, is the ability to sub-divide the space into smaller units so more than one provider can offer services at the same time. A smaller room is available for providing one to one sessions where necessary.

The main hall, smaller meeting room and Catering Kitchen are available to hire for groups and support services representing the voluntary and statutory sector and private individuals.

For more information and to book the hall please go to room bookings

 

The centre was built with funding from a number of organisations who at their heart have the environment as their core value. The building is environmentally friendly, this includes – the use of an underground source heat pump – which takes energy and converts this to electricity – we have a display in the foyer that informs us of our consumption and we are hopeful that we will in time be giving back to the national grid instead of taking resources from it. The centre also has solar panels.centre4