The Norman Power Centre
The Norman Power Centre is the third of the new care centres to be built in Birmingham. Working in partnership with the local NHS, the centre provides a wide range of services to support all older people in the community.
Naming the centre
Local people were consulted and agreed the centre should be named after the former Canon of St Johns Church, Canon Norman Power. He was a 'people's champion' who took a stand on behalf of Ladywood residents when their community was ravaged by 1960s developments.
We are very grateful to the Ladywood History Group who helped us carry out the consultation with local residents and schools.
Norman Power Centre
The building is fully accessible for wheelchair users.
How to contact us
Phone: 0121 675 7837
Fax: 0121 675 7836
How to get to the Norman Power Centre
By bus: the centre is close to bus routes 8, 9, 19,138 and 139.
By train: the cross city line connecting Lichfield and Redditch stops at Five Ways station, which is only a 10-minute walk from the centre. At peak times these trains run every 10 minutes.
For more public transport information please call 0871 200 2233 or visit the Traveline website.
For cyclists, there is secure cycle parking.
By car: parking is limited - please consider alternative transport or car sharing car sharing. There are parking spaces available for Blue Badge holders.