The Woodbrooke Centre is a Grade II listed Georgian manor house in Selly Oak, Birmingham. With 60 bedrooms and 9 meeting rooms, it could be the perfect venue for your next meeting or conference or as a base to stay for visitors to Birmingham and the surrounding areas. The Woodbrooke Centre is also home to the majority of Woodbrooke’s Residential learning, as well as its Library.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org / +44 (0)121 472 5171 for conference enquiries.
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Woodbrooke was founded in 1903 and was the vision of George Cadbury and John Wilhelm Rowntree who saw a need amongst Friends for a ‘permanent settlement’ with a mission to ‘foster a vital Friends’ ministry’. The Woodbrooke Centre is still home to the majority of our Woodbrooke Residential learning programme but we also deliver our learning at Quaker meetings and other venues – as well as offering a range of online resources and support you can find throughout this website.