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Contact Information


138 Digbeth
B5 6DR


T: 0121 678 8817
E: conference@bvsc.org
F: 0121 643 4541

Opening Hours

9am-5pm Mon to Fri
  • Car Parking

    There are several public car parks close by in and around Digbeth, as well as fee paying on-street parking.

  • Coaches

    Digbeth Coach Station (National Express) is a short distance from BVSC. From the station entrance, cross the main road and walk about 400 metres up the hill towards the city centre. You’ll pass the Police Station (corner of Allison Street/Digbeth) to your right – BVSC is a little further up on the same side.

  • Disabled Car Parking

    We have two spaces at the rear of 138 Digbeth for disabled people visiting by car.  From Birmingham city centre, turn left from Digbeth onto Allison Street, then left again onto Well Lane. Our disabled bays are straight ahead of you at the top of the lane. Our rear entrance is then just to the left hand side of the disabled bays. These dissabled parking spaces serve on a first-comefirst-served basis.

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  • Local Area Guide

    We are next to Bullring. There are literally hundreds of stores right on our doorstep. Birmingham is also home to lots of independent boutiques and shopping experiences including the city markets, Jewellery Quarter - and for a bit of luxury, The Mailbox and Harvey Nichols. Also, there are plenty of food places and restaurants where you can relax and indulge yourself. If your are looking for new experience and excitement then visit one of our cinemas, museums or theaters


    bullring shoppingHight Street Birmingham. / Brian Clift

    • Bullring
    • Jewellery Quarter
    • Great Western Arcade Shopping Centre
    • The Mailbox


    art gallery

    • Ikon Gallery
    • Custard Factory
    • Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery



    birmingham town hall Birmingham Town Hall. Image was cropped from original/ R J Higginson / CC BY-SA

    • Jewellery Quarter Museum
    • Warwick Castle
    • Black Country Living Museum
    • Thinktank
    • Aston Hall
    • Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery


    theater stage War Horse. Image was croped from original/ Eva Rinaldi / CC BY-SA

    • Birmingham Repertory Theatre
    • New Alexandra Theatre
    • Symphony Hall
    • Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre


    cinema hall Cinema. Image was cropped from original / Leo Hidalgo / CC BY

    • Giant Screen at Millennium Point
    • Odeon
    • Cineworld


  • Local Bus Service

    For the latest information about bus services, call Centro Hotline on 0121 200 2700 or visit www.networkwestmidlands.com

  • Walking From Moor Street Station

    Local services (London Midland) and long distance trains from London (Chiltern Line) stop at Moor Street Station.

    • Turn left out of the station exit and then follow the footpath round left again. As you walk keep the Selfridges store (building with silver disks all over it) on your right hand side.
    • Walk down the hill and cross straight over the road by the traffic lights.
    • Turn right at the car park straight in front of you.
    • Follow the road along to the corner of Digbeth and BVSC is 10 meters further along on the left.
  • Walking From New Street Station

    • When leaving the train take the exit to Moor Street/Bull Ring/TK Maxx, there will be a Oliver Bonas store on your left and a Benugo on your right as you leave the station.
    • Upon exiting the station continue straight on keeping T K Maxx on you right, at the pedestrian crossing, cross over the road and enter the Bullring Shopping Centre
    • Take the escalators down one level to the ground floor and continue straight ahead until you reach the exit on your right (next to Burger King).
    • Exit the Bull Ring shopping centre and continue down the slope keeping St Martins Church on your right. Cross over at the traffic lights.
    • BVSC is 20 metres down the hill from the corner of Digbeth.

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