By Road:
From the M42: Leave at Junction 2 and join the A441 northbound for Kings Norton/Bournville. Travel for four miles, across three roundabouts and then turn right into Downland Close.

From Birmingham City Centre: Head for the A38 at Holloway Circus Queensway and travel south for 200 metres. Turn left at the lights and right at the next roundabout towards Redditch - the A441 Pershore Road. Continue for three miles until you reach Cotteridge. At the roundabout take the first exit and at the next roundabout take the third exit signposted Redditch. Take the second left into Downland Close.

By Bicycle:

The college is on National Cycle Route 5 and has cycle racks available for cyclists. If you are interested in cycling to college, the Birmingham City Council website offers advice about travelling by bike including help with route planning and making sure you are safe. 

By Rail:
Take the cross-city service (to Redditch) from Birmingham New Street to Kings Norton. You can then walk up Pershore Road South towards Kings Norton Green (turn right as you exit the station) and then continue down the Redditch Road to reach us. Alternatively, you can cross the road outside Kings Norton station to catch an 18, 45 or 49 bus.

By Bus:
Take the 45 or 35 from Birmingham city centre to the back entrance of College in Masshouse Lane. The 11C bus connects with the 35 in Kings Heath and the 45 in Cotteridge, if you are travelling across the city. The 18 bus connects with Northfield while the number 49 connects with Solihull.

If you travel to college by car you must register your vehicle details and obtain a car park permit from the college reception.

If you are travelling to us on the bus or train, you can also use Traveline to plan your journey.

You can also plan your public transport journey with Network West Midlands.

Details of tickets and passes available to students can be found here.

Full-time students who live in the West Midlands can apply for a 16-18 photocard which enables them to pay child fares on Birmingham's bus, train or metro. Click here for details from Network West Midlands.

If you require further information or have questions about Cadbury College, please get in touch:

Cadbury College
Downland Close
Kings Norton
B38 8QT

tel: 0121 458 3898
fax: 0121 433 2619

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