The closest and best option is an AirBnB that is located 10 minutes walk from the Shul.
The property has 3 double beds (sleeps 6) and is all located on one level on the ground floor, there is off road parking for 2 vehicles at the front of the property. It also has a separate area with a kosher microwave and crockery. To book go to https://book.passthekeys.com/listing/fabulous-luxury-flat-ideal-for-work-leisure/
0121 240 4888 or 07968 910 613
If you require hosting for Shabbat meals please contact Rabbi Pink 0121 706 8736 or 07973 955 232 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening Times (During Jewish Holidays or Bank Holidays call first to confirm opening times)
The closest mikveh is located a short drive away in neighbouring Birmingham. The mikveh is also available for tevilas keilim on Friday morning from 10.00 – 10.30 am or at other times by appointment via the Central Shul Office, 0121 440 4044.
Birmingham Jewish Housing Association
There is a sheltered housing complex managed by Birmingham Jewish Housing Association https://www.bhamjha.co.uk/
Chabad on Campus – Birmingham Universities
Birmingham Hillel House
Birmingham Hillel House provides self-catering single room (each has its own fitted kitchen, with an oven, fridge, sink and storage facility plus shared freezer space) accommodation for up to 41 residents studying at the Universities of Birmingham, Birmingham City and Aston as well as further education colleges in the city. 11 of the rooms have en suite facilities. Approximately 35 places are allocated to first year students with the remainder available for 2nd and 3rd year students, subject to ballot. Rent includes accommodation, heating, lighting, use of laundry facilities and Wi-Fi connection.
Hillel is situated in the pleasant, leafy suburb of Edgbaston. The Birmingham campus is a mere 10-minute walk away whilst Aston and University College Birmingham can be reached by bus in approximately half an hour. The Selly Oak and Harborne shopping centres are each about a 20-minute walk away and the nearest synagogue, a walk of about a half-hour. Birmingham Hillel plays a major role as a centre for all Jewish students and regular Friday night meals and J.Soc meetings are held there. The House is very popular and often over subscribed.
Ms Bella Lupasco
Tel: 0121 471 4370
House committee chair Mrs Ruth Jacobs email@example.com tel 07768761930
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