The Yew Tree is a welcoming and compact local shopping centre three miles south east of the city centre.
Take time to explore all that the Yew Tree has to offer and a few exceptional surprises along the way. Alongside a small number of national names, the Yew Tree is well known for its unique range of independent local shops and businesses and the warm and friendly welcome offered by retailers.
The Yew Tree offers great quality and fresh produce. Two traditional butchers, independent greengrocers and an Irish deli all add up to a wide range of choices to tempt the whole family.
You can buy posh frocks; get help from key cutters, travel agents, hairdressers and many more. Also not forgetting are the high street chemist and supermarkets for your daily shopping needs.
Eating & drinking
Whether you’re after an indulgent bacon sandwich to set you up for a day shopping, an authentic Bangladeshi or a Spanish Tapas meal out with friends and family, or a sumptuous sandwich or pastry for lunch, the Yew Tree has something for everyone.
Hidden gems for eating are here in the Yew Tree, from Indian Restaurants, great fish and chips plus a variety of fresh and tasty takeaway food. You can grab a pizza, sandwich, and a range of other delicious foods on the move.
The Yew Tree is located on the A4040, approximately 3 miles South East from Birmingham city centre. It is well served by public transport, so why not leave the behind?
Shoppers from surrounding areas as well as further afield are well served by bus services, including: 11 Outer Circle, 957, 58 and 900.
Parking can be found around the Yew Tree and surrounding streets also provide on-street parking.
To plan your trip by public transport visit www.travelinemidlands.co.uk
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