The Kenrick Centre
Activities at the Kenrick Centre
The Alzheimer's Society run a Dementia Café at the The Kenrick Centre on the third Monday of every month.
A centre of excellence for people with dementia
The Kenrick Centre is the second of the Care Centres completed in Birmingham.
Sited on Grove Lane, at the edge of Grove Park, Harborne, the building is designed as a centre of excellence for people with dementia.
The name for the Kenrick Centre was selected from one of three put forward by the local constituency office. It was chosen as a tribute to the Kenrick family, who bequeathed the land the centre was built on. With a history of civic engagement and supporting institutions in Birmingham and the West Midlands, the Kenricks have done a lot to make positive changes to the landscape of our city.
Ultimately, the Kenrick Centre is continuing this tradition and helping to forge new and better ways of working for people with dementia. It will also provide a vibrant hub for the local community to engage with our services in a world class environment.
CQC Inspection Report
The Care Quality Commission inspected The Kenrick Centre in January 2015. Please read The Kenrick Centre’s inspection report and overall rating
The Kenrick Centre
Mill Farm Road
The building is fully accessible for wheelchair users.
How to contact us
Phone: 0121 675 0900
How to get to the Kenrick Centre
By bus: the centre is close to bus routes 29 and 11 (the outer circle route). The 29 stops on Quinton Road; the 11 stops on Harborne Lane, which is about a 5 to10 minute walk across Grove Park.
For more public transport information please call 0871 200 2233 or visit Traveline. By car: parking is limited. Please consider alternative transport or car sharing. There are parking spaces available for Blue Badge holders.
Public car park: you can park in the public car park off Harborne Lane in Grove Park, which has space for 30 vehicles. The Kenrick Centre is a 5 to 10 minute walk across Grove Park from this car park.