Mary Seacole Library

Visit by car

Postcode for Sat Nav: B15 3TN

From M6 South or North-West:

Leave the M6 at Junction 6 and follow the A38(M). Follow signs to City Centre, Bromsgrove (A38). Do not take any exit left. Go over the flyover and through only one Queensway tunnel. On leaving the tunnel, indicate left, keep in the nearside lane and drive up the parallel running slip road (GL Charles Street) to the Paradise Circus roundabout. Take the 2nd exit (A456 to Kidderminster), drive along Broad Street to the Five Ways roundabout, go through the underpass and take the 1st left (Highfield Road). At the end of this road, turn right and then immediate right again into Westbourne Road. The campus is 300 metres on the right.

From M5 South-West:

Leave the M5 at Junction 3 and travel towards Birmingham City Centre along the A456 (Hagley Road) for 4 miles. Turn right down Norfolk Road (B4129), 1st left down Augustus Road, straight over into Harborne Road and then 2nd right into Highfield Road. At the end of this road, go right and then immediate right again into Westbourne Road. The campus is 300 metres on the right.


Please note that we have limited parking spaces at City South Campus, so it may be necessary for you to use our overspill facilities at nearby Broadway Plaza. Security staff at City South Campus will advise you on this when you arrive.

Visit by public transport


The nearest rail station to this campus is Five Ways. Trains to Five Ways depart from New Street Station up to every 10 minutes and the journey takes approximately five minutes. City South Campus is a further 15 minute walk from Five Ways Station. Turn left out of the station, walk up to Five Ways roundabout and turn left down Calthorpe Road. Turn right onto Westbourne Road and we are about 300 metres on the right.


Alternatively you can travel from the city centre to the Mary Seacole building by bus. Services 23 and 24 run frequently to Westbourne Road, with bus stops on Moor Street and Livery Street.

More information on buses around the city can be found on the Network West Midlands website.