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Visit St Laurence Church Northfield car-free

St Laurence Church is open to visitors on Saturdays between 10am and 12 noon.  

There are frequent trains to Northfield from Birmingham New Street and other stations across the city. Then it’s just a 10-minute walk to St Laurence. Use journey planner above to find train times and walking route.

Cyclists welcome. National Route 5 passes close by. Plan your cycle route here.

Birmingham Greenway, a 23-mile walk crossing the city from NE to SW using many of the city’s green spaces, passes the door of St Laurence Church.

A group of 3 or more can save 34% on journeys with West Midlands Trains with GroupSave.

 

About St Laurence Church Northfield

One of just four remaining medieval churches in Birmingham. Interesting historic features include the Norman north doorway dating from around 1170 and two pairs of 12th century carved heads on the tower, as well as windows from the English Decorated period.

For any queries about visiting contact St Laurence Church Northfield on 0121 475 1518 or enquiries@saintlaurence.info

Address: Church Road, Birmingham B31 2LX. Visit Website