Public transport links are excellent. The National Express West Midlands Transport number 97 bus service runs every 4 minutes throughout the day. The 97A service is every 30 minutes. This is the bus which runs to the NEC, Birmingham International Railway Station and Birmingham International Airport. This is a 24 hour service. There is a bus stop outside our Crossover Community Café, which is on our site.

The 97 and 97A service runs from Birmingham City Centre at Moor Street Queensway – (near Moor Street Railway Station) – through Digbeth – (near New Street Station and the Coach Station) – past Birmingham City Football Ground, Crossover Café and Heartlands Hospital to Chelmsley Wood, the NEC, Birmingham International Railway Station and Birmingham International Airport. When travelling from Birmingham City Centre – The bus passes the Birmingham City Football Ground on the right side of the road – Travel for about 2 miles – through two sets traffic lights and past two petrol stations. The bus stop is just before the roundabout – by a set of shops – a ‘M’ Mcdonald’s sign can be seen on the left as you approach the roundabout.

Cross the road – go up the alleyway between Crossover Café (our Community Café) and Dixey Chicken shop – into our car park – St Paul’s Centre and St Paul’s Church is the building with the green Church Spire – the entrance is at the end of the car park. When travelling towards Birmingham City Centre – From Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham International Railway Station, the NEC, and Chelmsley Wood – pass the roundabout at the entrance to Heartlands Hospital – the bus will cross the next roundabout – get off at the next stop by the shops. Access to St Paul’s Centre is through an alleyway between our Crossover community Café and the Dixi Chicken shop. The entrance to St Paul’s Centre is to the left at the far side of the car park.