About Us - Facilities
Our Surgery at Wednesbury is also an interesting architectural building. Built in the 1930's for Lloyds Bank it is of stone construction in the typical art deco style of the day. Many of its original features have been retained, right down to the basement strong rooms. The Surgery is located on the corner of Holyhead Road and Lower High Street and has its own private car park.
Located in the town centre opposite the council building in Church Street the building is about two hundred years old and stands on the site of the former manor house. Originally there were extensive orchards around the house, giving their name to the street opposite and, eventually, to the veterinary practice! For a hundred years the property was Nash's hardware shop and, when we moved in, still had all the antique fixtures and goods. All these, including the windows, window displays and counter were donated to the Black Country Museum and now form the basis of the corner hardware shop in their main street.
The Surgery is conveniently located in Oldbury's commercial centre with a number of convenient bus routes and a small car park for clients at the rear.
Despite being in the Birmingham residential suburb of Harborne the Surgery is sited in the idyllic country setting of the Harborne Golf Club. Approached from Northfield Road up a farm track, the Surgery is a Grade II Listed building and is part of the only remaining complete set of farm buildings in the city. This peaceful setting, away from the city bustle is also the home of The Cat's Whiskers Boarding Cattery. There is plenty of parking and you can even relax and watch the golf while you wait!
Each of our surgeries is equipped and staffed to enable a high standard of modern medicine and surgery.