Birmingham is the vibrant and multi-cultural second city of Britain, located at the heart of England. There has been a Jewish presence in Birmingham for almost 300 years, and the community today is very well-established and proud of its heritage. As a typical provincial community, Birmingham is a place where everyone is made to feel welcome and communal spirit is all important.
The city of Birmingham is a lively and exciting place to be, with a high quality of life and every resource you could need at your disposal. Affordable housing is readily available in and around the newly regenerated city centre, as well as in the close-by districts of Edgbaston and Moseley where the majority of today’s Jewish community live.
Numerous new developments mean you will never get bored, day or night, at Brindley Place, the Bullring, Broadway Plaza, the Botanical Gardens, the NEC group and many, many more.
Its central location and excellent transport links mean that everywhere is easily accessible from Birmingham. Some nearby attractions of interest include Stratford-upon-Avon, Ironbridge, Warwick Castle and the Peak District, among many others.