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Wendy Hart

27 May 2019

Great community hub with a cute cafe

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Robert Smith

21 May 2019

Still think of it as the saris on head but a nice place to go

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William Routledge

28 April 2019

A great local community facility. They have a small Aladdin's cave of a shop, and a separate tea room of you fancy a breakfast, lunch, or afternoon cuppa.

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Stephen Bridle

27 February 2019

Amazing place lovely coffee shop, we hosted our daughters birthday here, very cheap to rent out the rooms for her birthday.

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Kiri Gouldbourne

30 October 2018

Great community venue. Lovely characterful rooms available to hire for a reasonable price and a cafe on site which is great.

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Mike Hill

30 October 2018

Very interesting place to visit or eat or both. Recommended! I enjoyed a coffee and chat in the Church with the knitting group.

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Helen Falconer

30 September 2018

The food has generally always been nice. I haven’t got a grumble about it at all..

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John Hine

30 September 2018

Ì have visited St. Nicholas Place many times, both before and after the major restoration that followed the BBC architectural competition. In its time (and a very long time it has been) this amazing building has served as a school, as a pub (The Saracen's Head) and as a community centre. The timber structure, dating back to Tudor times, still stands firm and has now been secured thanks to modern engineering. The ancient woodwork is still very visible but the new facilities - toilets, restaurant/cafe, gift shop make it entirely useable as a venue for classes, meetings, exhibitions. Worth a visit simply as a 400-hundred-year-old survivor but also offering interesting events - and the coffee is great! More...

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Huub Bogaers

31 August 2018

Great coffee shop in the Tudor Building, good lunch, friendly staff and an interesting historical setting.

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jillian Reilly-Neeld

28 May 2018

This bldg is full of history and tours are provided. Was on BBC programe as part of the restoration project. Original build still on show in various areas of the building. A good coffee shop which sells cakes and a selection of hot food. Part of Kings Norton Green village. More...

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Jasmine Sharpe

16 April 2018

Beautiful building and friendly staff. We attended a wake at St Nicolas the Buffett was lovely xx

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beryl Hornsby

9 April 2018

Interesting historical visit with good tea room situated in the heart of Kings Norton. Guided tour of church and adjoining buildings available at a small charge

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John Murphy

13 February 2018

There is a very good shop/information centre Rooms can be hired for functions and it has a very good cafe serving a variety of food Staff are very helpful and friendly

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Susan Price

29 December 2017

I live really close and it's a beautiful place to visit

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sheila smith

27 December 2017

Nice tea rooms here

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Jeffrey Barlow

20 November 2017

Very nice place to use.very friendly people.

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Keith Wraight

26 October 2017

Lots of different activities going on

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Mally Priddy

15 October 2017

Nice place to grab a coffee ample parking

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Alice Johnston

8 September 2017

Nice cafe

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Peter Lines

5 July 2017

Excellent half day visit and guided tour including grammar school. Church not visited but intend to do so soon.

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Tony Mbanefo

28 May 2017

Lovely staff, great prices, a little history next to a beautiful old church and village green. Tea for two is a treat.

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Richard Evans

25 January 2017

Great cafe in lovely old building

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