OPENING TIMES FOR GUESTS:
Friday December 24th
We will open at 10am for the usual services but overnight sleeping will be restricted to about 40 men and 15 women. Some bed spaces will be reserved for overnight emergencies.
Saturday 25th December
We will open for 24 hours with overnight sleeping as above.
Sunday 26th December
We will open until 8pm with no overnight sleeping.
Monday 27th December
We will open from 9am for breakfast and other services till 8pm with no overnight sleeping
Tuesday 28th December
We will open from 9am for breakfast and other services till 8pm with no overnight sleeping.
Our doors open 24 hours a day during Christmas week and, typically, we welcome between 50 and 150 guests on a daily basis, providing hot meals and drinks, entertainment and a safe and warm place to sleep.
Our aim is to provide food, warmth, shelter and friendship to our guests, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion, belief, sex, sexual orientation.
St George's Hub, Great Hampton Row, Newtown, Birmingham, B19 3JG
Please note that St George’s is in Great Hampton Row which leads off Great Hampton Street. The entrance is through the car park on Unett Street.
Nearby Bus Routes : 52, 16, 74, 16, 16W, 7.
Saint Paul's Metro Tram Station
There is no such thing as a typical visitor – our guests might be hungry, homeless, cold, lost, in poverty, lonely or all of these things.
We also welcome four-legged visitors, as long as they are on leads and accompanied by a two-legged guest!
For the safety and comfort of our guests and volunteers, we employ a private security firm to manage the shelter for us.
We are delighted to have found such a fantastic team of professionals, who enjoy the shelter as much as we do and really are part of the family.