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Jewellery Quarter Amenities

Birmingham Jewellery Quarter   Jewellery Quarter & St Pauls Stations

All day, every day, we aim to offer a safe, reliable, welcoming and value for money service.   National Express Royal Birmingham Society of Artists

The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) is an artist-led charity which supports artists and promotes engagement with the visual arts through a range of inclusive activities: exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations.

jewellery quarter train station Jewellery Quarter Neighbourhood Forum

The Jewellery Quarter Neighbourhood Forum is the independent voice of the residents of the Jewellery Quarter, representing everyone and doing all we can to make the Quarter the best possible place to live.   Andersons Restaurant

Situated in the picturesque Georgian Square of St Pauls Church, we reside in the eighteenth century cellars formerly known as The Bucklemaker.   The Lord Clifden

The Lord Clifden is a freehouse with exceptional standards, that's why it's in both the CAMRA Good Beer Guide and also the Good Pub Guide and has recently been listed in both the Guardians and Observers top 100 pubs.   The Jewellery Quarter web site

Infomation about shopping, property, and local news in the Jewellery Quarter.  BLOC hotel

We knew how important location was to Bloc's success, which is why we chose Birmingham's cultural heart, the Jewellery Quarter, as the location for our first hotel. Secure car parking at preferential rates is located 100m from the door on St Paul's Square.  Museum of the Jewellery Quarter

When the proprietors of the Smith & Pepper jewellery manufacturing firm decided to retire in 1981 they ceased trading and locked the door, unaware they would be leaving a time capsule for future generations. Today the factory is a remarkable museum, which tells the story of the Jewellery Quarter and Birmingham’s renowned jewellery and metalworking heritage.  The Pen Room

The Pen Room promotes how the modern pen has evolved through displays, demonstrations and activities. The museum aims not only to show how the pen trade was so important to Birmingham but also to educate on wider issues associated with writing and the pen trade. The Pen Room supports teaching and learning, both in and out of schools, through “hands on experience” and practical cross curricular activities.

jewellery balti  Purnell's Restaurant

Purnell's is a chic, contemporary fine-dining restaurant,awarded its Michelin star in January 2009, located in one of Birmingham city centre's finest conservation areas, close to Colmore Row and St Phillips Cathedral. Glynn Purnell’s bold and innovative cooking that has brought him critical acclaim and numerous awards including a Michelin star provides the ultimate gourmet adventure.  OPUS Restaurant

"Opus is a restaurant with bags of style and confidence, a place that has played its part in putting Birmingham on the UK culinary map. There’s a good deal of contemporary poise about the place… and the fact that the menu changes twice a day shows there’s a real passion for seasonal produce. In fact, high quality British produce is central to the whole operation."
AA Restaurant Guide 2012  Asha's Restaurant

As one of the best known and highly regarded of India’s singers, the versatility of Asha Bhosle is such that her music has been utilized in collaborations with such western artists as the Black Eyed Peas, Nelly Furtado, Robbie Williams and Fatboy Slim. Widely considered as the most recorded singer in the world, Ashaji’s immense passion for cooking is also well documented. Having conceptualized Asha’s Restaurant, it is with the greatest pride that we cherish the distinction her association conveys!!  St Paul's Church

St Paul's is in the Jewellery Quarter, a busy area dedicated to jewellery making, and other arts and media industries. There is also a growing number of apartment blocks in renovated historic buildings. The church is set in a timeless Georgian square, with rolling lawns and tree-lined walks. Green spaces are rare in cities - we think St Paul's Square is one of the most beautiful. The church is a place for prayer, and is of great historical interest.  School of Jewellery

The School of Jewellery on Vittoria Street has been located in the heart of Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter since 1890. The exterior architecture of the building is an excellent example of traditional local vernacular, while the interior is a contemporary, purpose built environment filled with natural light from a glass roof and open atrium exhibition space.



Philip Jackson

This forthcoming year ahead promises undoubted uncertainty in abundance early in the year, yet surprisingly increased opportunities for those taking a medium or longer term view on Birmingham, being a key UK City for the future.