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Twyning Road is just off the A441 Pershore Road, opposite Floor Street, just before the Morrisons/Bournbrook Inn mini roundabout if you’re heading south. Hampton Works is on the end of Twyning Road. 

There is free on-street parking and always room on the corner outside Hampton Works. We also have a private drive with access to double loading doors or large shutter for bulkier orders. We are also out of any low emission zone charges.


Bus routes 45 and 47 along the Pershore Road are our nearest bus stops connecting to the city centre, and the 27 and 76 connect to King's Heath. 


Bournville train station is a 0.5 mile easy 10 minute walk, connecting to Bromsgrove and Redditch via King's Norton to the south and Sutton Coldfield via Birmingham New Street to the north. Journey time is approximately 13 minutes from New Street. 

We will also be getting a new station at Pineapple Road, connecting to King's Heath and Moseley, hopefully open late 2024. 


We are fortunate that Hampton Works is situated opposite Hazelwell Park and the Rea Valley cycle route. A wonderful traffic-free walking or cycling option connecting King's Norton Park and Cannon Hill Park, Accessed via footbridge on Hunts Road/Ripple Road. 


Stirchley is a thriving suburb with a strong sense of community and lots of local independent business, including cafes, bakeries, brewery tap rooms, co-ops, bars, shops, eateries and a regular community market at Stirchley Baths. 

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