Acocks Green



Acocks Green more than delivers on great quality, fresh and locally-sourced food.  With over 180 outlets, take your time to explore and discover a few surprises. Two traditional butchers, two independent greengrocers, a baker and a Polish deli all add up to a feast of choice. If handbags, shoes and the latest fashion is your thing, enjoy exploring our fashion outlets.  High street names and independent treasures burst with latest fashions at affordable prices.

Sports & leisure

A dance school, kickboxing club, gym and exercise classes can all be found at the heart of Acocks Green village and just a stone’s throw away is the Fox Hollies Leisure Centre with courts, all-weather pitches, pool and gym.

For something a little different, how about indoor laser tag with aliens? Or for more sedate exercise, there’s a 20- lane tenpin bowling alley at the western tip of the Village. For the ultimate relaxation treat yourself to a pampering massage, a revitalising facial, stylish nails, an array of holistic therapies and a fabulous new haircut at one of the eleven salons in the area.

Eating & drinking

Acocks Green has an abundance of restaurants with something to satisfy most tastes.  A long-established Italian, vibrant Indian restaurants, great British food and a multitude of take-away restaurants offer a surprisingly wide choice. From traditional cafés to trendy coffee bars, an early morning coffee, a daytime treat or lunchtime meal can all be had in any of six outlets around the Village.

Acocks Green’s three pubs offer a wealth of real ales and wines as well as freshly-prepared, food throughout the day. To surf the net in-between shopping Wi-Fi is available at Wetherspoon’s.


Acocks Green village is located on the A41, approximately 6 miles from Birmingham city centre and just 3 miles from Solihull.  It is well served by public transport, so why not leave the car at home?

By Bus

Visitors from surrounding areas, as well as further afield, are well served by bus services, including 1,11, S3, 32, 36C and the 37. By Train A short walk from the centre of the village is the train station, which links Acocks Green to local suburbs, the city centre, Solihull and Worcester.

By Car

Pay & display visitor parking can be found on Station Rd and Warwick Rd (rear of Wetherspoon’s). To plan your trip to Acocks Green village by public transport visit

Stay over

Acocks Green is well known to seasoned travellers as an overspill for The NEC and Birmingham Airport.  With a convenient location, choice of B&Bs and hotels and selection of bars and restaurants, it is an ideal resting point, be it for work or pleasure.

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