St Germain’s Church Heritage Open Day
St Germain’s was the only church in England built during World War One. The grade 2 basilica-style church was the first major project for the architect Edwin Francis Reynolds and has many Arts and Crafts elements. In keeping with the period it was built, there will be tours and activities with a WWI theme.
Easily accessible from the city centre on the 12 and 13 bus routes and using the 11 Outer Circle route.
Carparking available & Cafe
Organised by St Germain’s PCC.
Date & Time
Sat 16 Sept | 11.30am–4pm
LocationSt Germain’s Church, City Road, Birmingham, B17 8LE
Booking not required
AccessSt Germain’s church is fully accessible and has an accessible toilet.