What's in the Warehouse

Working at the Warehouse

The Warehouse is a unique and quirky place, filled with some of the kindest, most enthusiastic and dedicated people in Birmingham. The synergy that you get from working with these people is motivational and the knowledge that is passed between our community of organisations is invaluable.

Whilst working here, we can offer you telephones, conference phones, reception services, IT support, broadband, photocopying, printing, shredding and laminating. We even have a cafe and bookshop in our building to keep you sustained during your work, and a bike repair shop to help you get here and back.

Please browse through our list of office users and meeting rooms below to find out more.

Our community of organisations

One of the ways that Birmingham Friends of the Earth creates positive environmental change is by providing cost effective space to organisations that share its mission.

If you are interested in using our office spaces then please contact meet@birminghamfoe.org.uk for more information. In addition to those with a permanent base here, we are also a home to a huge range of environmental and social organisations, whether for regular meetings or ‘as needed’ events. Activism is better when we collaborate.

Below you will find a list of organisations that have already joined us.

The Warehouse Cafe – renowned vegan cafe-bar: food, events, politics, books (currently closed to the public while seeking a new operator, but hosting a range of events and available to book)
Sprocket Cycles – new & second hand bike sales, accessories and repairs
Acorn Birminghammembership organisation & network of low-income people organising for a fairer deal
Voce Books – a fantastic independent bookshop specialising in the independent publishing scene
BrumRadio – independent radio station with a fresh mix of Music, Arts and Conversation.
Birmingham Podcast Studios – here for all your recording needs
Friends of the Earth England, Wales & Northern Ireland – the West Midlands office of our ‘big sister’ organisation
Celtic Knot – independent social work practice
Asbestos Support Central England – Free support for people and families who are suffering from asbestos related diseases
Volunteering Matters – bring people together to overcome some of society’s most complex issues through the power of volunteering
Minesh Patel Architects – Modern, creative, RIBA architects in Walsall, Birmingham and the West Midlands specialising in residential and commercial projects
Pyn Stockman, storyteller.