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The Church of the Ascension
Harvest Thanksgiving Service
Sunday 8th October 10:15am
Celebrating GOD's gifts
Natter Club
A friendly meeting for the over-50s.

A cup of tea and a welcoming atmosphere.
Activities include talks, quizzes, demonstrations (flower-arranging, cookery etc) and presentations and sometimes trips out.

Alternate Thursdays 2.30pm in the Ascension Church Hall. Phone for details 0121 459 5991

HALL HIRES
The Church Hall is available for hire
Rate; £20.00 per hour
For Bookings and enquiries please call 0121 4595991
Weekly Church Hall Events


Place of Welcome
Thursday 11:00 am - 1.00 pm 
Free coffee morning for all ages


Youth Zone
Friday  5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Term time youth group for 11 - 14 ys


You may prefer to go through to our Eating Out page which has a complete range of places you can go from the most economical to the most lavish.  Please CLICK HERE!

You will also find Take Aways and Pubs in this section. Enjoy!

Local Restaurants & Places to Eat around Birmingham

Sabai Sabai - Moseley

25 Woodbridge Rd, Birmingham B13 8EH, UK – 0121 449 4498

Nice food and a good friendly atmosphere, fairly expensive.

Excellent food. Highly recommend the chicken pad thai. Sabai Sabai has three branches in Birmingham. For the best Padthai go to the Woodbridge Rd, Mosley branch.

Royal Watan Kashmiri Restaurant

602-604 Pershore Rd, Birmingham B29 7HQ, UK – 0121 471 1713

Amazing food and they cater for slimming world customers. Service was also really good, everyone was super friendly and made the whole evening really enjoyable. I would definitely recommend and will be going again. Yogi's

First visit on Saturday night and was amazed how good the place is, service was by far the most friendliest and caring staff, food was of high quality & excellent flavours unique taste to every dish I had the grandma recipe blew my mind away. Will definitely be returning customer.

Omar Khayam

711 Bristol Rd S, Birmingham B31 2JT, UK – 0121 477 2161

Me and my friends go to a different indian restaurant once a month. We split the bill and typically we end up paying around £25 each for a starter a mains with a side or two and some drinks. At Omar Khayam we ended up paying £40 each! The food was nice, but not that nice that it justified us each paying £15 more than any other indian restaurant. So, as I would recommend the place for the food, there are plenty of other restaurants which are equally as good and which are cheaper. Also they have a pretty big fish in what is a tiny fish tank which I strongly disagree with!

Difficult to fault. Food and service was excellent! I would highly recommend.

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