Variety of room options for all occasions

Capacities, prices & availability

The Hollymoor Centre is a popular venue for activities and events. Business and Community rates are available. The rooms are available throughout the week at differing times, all of which are available for meetings, training sessions, fitness classes and community groups etc.

Room 7 (612 sqft)

Hard Floor, ideal for fitness & dance classes.

  • Community Rates: Full Day (8h) £100.00; Half Day (4h) £55.00; Hourly £15.00
  • Business Rates: Full Day (8h) £120.00; Half Day (4h) £75.00; Hourly £20.00
  • Boardroom Layout x seats: 20 people
  • Conference Layout x seats: 60 people
  • Current Availability:
    Available during the week daytimes between 9:00am and 3:00pm
    Available on Monday, Wednesday & Thursday Evenings
    Currently Occupied on Saturdays

Longbridge Childcare Strategy Group - The Hollymoor Centre Room 7
Longbridge Childcare Strategy Group - The Hollymoor Centre Room 8

Room 8 (626 sqft)

Hard Floor, ideal for fitness & dance classes.

  • Community Rates: Full Day (8h) £100.00; Half Day (4h) £55.00; Hourly £15.00
  • Business Rates: Full Day (8h) £120.00; Half Day (4h) £75.00; Hourly £20.00
  • Boardroom Layout x seats: 20 people
  • Conference Layout x seats: 60 people
  • Current Availability: Currently occupied all week

Room 9 (337 sqft)

Carpeted, ideal for smaller meetings & small training sessions.

  • Community Rates: Full Day (8h) £55.00; Half Day (4h) £30.00; Hourly £10.00
  • Business Rates: Full Day (8h) £60.00; Half Day (4h) £35.00; Hourly £12.00
  • Boardroom Layout x seats: 10 people
  • Current Availability:
    Available during the week daytimes between 9:00am and 3:00pm
    Available on Monday, Wednesday & Thursday Evenings
    Available on Saturday afternoons from 12:30pm till 4:30pm

Longbridge Childcare Strategy Group - The Hollymoor Centre Room 9
Longbridge Childcare Strategy Group - The Hollymoor Centre Room 10

Room 10 (295 sqft)

Carpeted, ideal for smaller meetings & small training sessions.

  • Community Rates: Full Day (8h) £55.00; Half Day (4h) £30.00; Hourly £10.00
  • Business Rates: Full Day (8h) £60.00; Half Day (4h) £35.00; Hourly £12.00
  • Boardroom Layout x seats: 8 people
  • Current Availability:
    Available during the daytimes between 9:00am and 3:00pm
    Available on Monday, Wednesday & Thursday Evenings
    Available on Saturday afternoons from 12:30pm till 4:30pm

Room 9/10 (632 sqft)

Carpeted, ideal for meetings & training sessions.

  • Community Rates: Full Day (8h) £90.00; Half Day (4h) £55.00; Hourly £15.00
  • Business Rates: Full Day (8h) £110.00; Half Day (4h) £65.00; Hourly £20.00
  • Boardroom Layout x seats: 20 people
  • Conference Layout x seats: 40 people
  • Current Availability:
    Available during the week daytimes between 9:00am and 3:00pm
    Available on Monday, Wednesday & Thursday Evenings
    Available on Saturday afternoons from 12:30pm till 4:30pm

Longbridge Childcare Strategy Group - The Hollymoor Centre Room 9-10
Longbridge Childcare Strategy Group - The Hollymoor Centre Room 12

Room 12 (603 sqft)

Hard Floor, ideal for fitness & dance classes.

  • Community Rates: Full Day (8h) £90.00; Half Day (4h) £55.00; Hourly £15.00
  • Business Rates: Full Day (8h) £110.00; Half Day (4h) £65.00; Hourly £20.00
  • Boardroom Layout x seats: 20 people
  • Conference Layout x seats: 50 people
  • Current Availability: Currently occupied all week

Room 13/14 (1377 sqft)

Carpeted, ideal for larger meetings, larger training sessions & small conferences.

  • Community Rates: Full Day (8h) £150.00; Half Day (4h) £80.00; Hourly £25.00
  • Business Rates: Full Day (8h) £180.00; Half Day (4h) £100.00; Hourly £30.00
  • Boardroom x: 45 people
  • Conference x: 60 people
  • Current Availability:
    Available during the daytimes between 9:00am and 3:00pm
    Available on Tuesday Evenings
    Available on Saturdays between 9:00am and 5:00pm

Longbridge Childcare Strategy Group - The Hollymoor Centre Room 13-14
There's always something going on at The Hollymoor Centre

To see what's going on at the moment please click on the link below

Coming up

Christmas Fayre
Saturday 30th Nov 2019
between 11am and 2pm

Meetings, training sessions, fitness classes and more...

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Longbridge Childcare Strategy Group, 8 Manor Park Grove, Northfield, Birmingham, B31 5ER. Charity No. 1081699.

History of Hollymoor

Looking back whilst moving forwards

We are an old building with a lot of history. The building is now run by a childcare charity called Longbridge Childcare Strategy Group. (LCSG) We are used as a base for community groups, we have rooms available for hire for training, meetings, small conferences and we also have two office spaces available for rental. There is also one of LCSG’s three Ofsted registered nurseries on the site - Alphabets@Hollymoor Nursery who are housed in the remaining admin buildings from the original Hollymoor Hospital. Other surviving buildings, including the chapel, laundry and water tower, are now home to a church, doctors’ surgery, dentists’ surgery and a pharmacy.

Hollymoor Hospital opened in 1905 as an annex to ‘Rubery Lunatic Asylum’. Costing a quarter of a million pounds to build, it catered for around 600 patients in the rural farmlands between Northfield and Rubery. The 100 acre site, now a housing estate and industrial units, had housing for staff, its own bakery, laundry and farm and was linked to Rubery Station by rail.

During both World War I and II, Hollymoor Hospital became a military hospital, caring for wounded soldiers and, later in World War II, as a specialist military psychiatric hospital. Over 30,000 war wounded soldiers received treatment at the site during the two wars.

During its time as a military psychiatric hospital during World War II, Northfield Military Hospital saw some important studies, which helped shape the future of therapeutic communities as a psychiatric treatment, The First and Second Northfield Experiments.

In 1949 Hollymoor converted back to a psychiatric hospital, and continued to serve South Birmingham until its closure in 1994, when most of its buildings were demolished.

You can read more about the history by visiting the following website:

Regional Growth Fund
Key Fund
European Investment Fund