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65 Church Street, Birmingham – 1908 (former Diocesan Lodge of the Girls’ Friendly Society)

65 Church Street, Birmingham – 1908 (former Diocesan Lodge of the Girls’ Friendly Society)
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Got these shots of 65 Church Street from the footbridge that goes over Great Charles Street Queensway (and links Ludgate Hill and Church Street by foot)

I don’t know much about this building but it might have been built in 1908, or it may date to the Victorian era.

On one search I found this …

65 Church Street provides grade A serviced office accommodation in central Birmingham, within a popular district and close to convenient local amenities. The building itself combines traditional Victorian exteriors with a fully refurbished interior that provides…

Another site says this:

Centrally located, period property currently being refurbished to include new lighting, carpeting & ceilings. There will also be a substantial re-design & refurbishment of the main reception. Available on flexible terms.

No. 65, the former Diocesan Lodge of the Girls’ Friendly Society, i.e. a women’s hostel, 1908 by Osborn, Pemberton & White. Warm orange-red brick with giant Ionic pilasters, appropriately feminine and domestic. Many small sashes, and oval windows under the swept-up, parapet. Large stone panel with the date split in the corners.

From Pevsner Architectural Guides: Birmingham by Andy Foster.

Parish Church, Aston, Birmingham

Parish Church, Aston, Birmingham
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The Lych Gate of the Church of St Peter and St Paul, in Witton Lane, Aston. Birmingham, England.

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The Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul (grid reference SP082899) in Witton Lane, Aston, Birmingham, England is a parish church in the Church of England.

Aston and Northfield are the only churches within the City of Birmingham mentioned in Domesday Book.
Lying next to Aston Hall, it is prominently visible from the A38(M) Aston Expressway.

There is a little 14th century stonework remaining. The steeple dates from the 15th century, partially rebuilt 1776–77 by John Cheshire. Otherwise the church dates from a design (1879–90) by J. A. Chatwin. It contains many old monuments including an alabaster knight of circa 1360 and a sandstone lady of circa 1490.

It is Grade II* listed.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_SS_Peter_%26_Paul,_Aston

Serviced Office Space – Church Street, Birmingham

Welcome to the officebroker.com Birmingham office space video tour of Church Street, Birmingham, B3. www.officebroker.com This lovely period Birmingham serviced office property is located in the heart of Vibrant Birmingham and is surrounded by great corporate amenities inc restaurants, shops and banks. Public transport access is fantastic with the property locations being under 1 mls from both Birmingham Snow Hill and Birmingham New Street train Stations and the many flexible bus routes offered by Colmore Row. The well designed, contemporary managed reception area, with its corporate, friendly staff welcomes visitors to the property. The flat screen televisions and comfortable seating ad to the executive feel and help create a fantastic first impression to all who visit. The serviced offices are available to rent on flexible terms to suit the commercial requirements of your business. They are available in a wide range of sizes and can be configured to suit your exact needs. They are furnished using high quality desks and chairs with phones and broadband pre-installed for extra convenience. Corporate meeting room space is available to rent as needed and features modern, reliable audio visual equipment, ideal for presentations. Tenants receive complimentary access to communal areas such as the well fitted kitchens and the dining area which are always maintained to the highest standards. officebroker.com can help your business get the best deal on an office within this
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St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Montevallo will hold an Open House on …
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Early Music Michigan is making a musical pilgrimage to Spain’s Golden Age
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