Our Selly Oak location supplies storage facilities for businesses and individual consumers alike. With a range of services including mailboxes, lockers, receipt and dispatch and covered loading bays (amongst others) and secure, CCTV-monitored units, it’s the best way to keep your goods and belongings safe in the entire Midlands region.
A simple half hour drive away from Bromsgrove, Access Self Storage’s location in Selly Oak is easily accessible. To get here, start from Market Street and proceed towards Mill Lane; from there, transfer to Birmingham Road and follow the A38 until you reach the first exit onto Harborne Lane in Birmingham.
The Midlands is full of towns like Bromsgrove; places that may seem like fly-over, drive-through country to those in the big cities, but reveal their hidden pleasures to anyone who pauses to take in the sights. Its 29,000 residents know this very well indeed; it’s not every local park that hosts regular ‘big band’ afternoons, but if you fancy enjoying a little Bobby Darin or Frank Sinatra with your summer picnic, there’s no better place to be. Bromsgrove also plays host to a world-famous classical music festival – so whether you’re a budding Frederick Chopin or Glenn Miller, you’re right at home. But if you’ve run out of room in your own home for that big tuba, or need to clear out some space for your next band practice – why not put your gear into Access Self Storage Bromsgrove instead?
Naturally, there’s more to Bromsgrove than music. The town is well known for its annual Sanders Park bonfire nights, where the citizens come out to celebrate the foiling of the infamous Gunpowder Plot. There are fireworks, there are hot dogs, there are fairground rides, and there is, of course, the annual burning of the Guy Fawkes effigy. If you’re a small business owner, it’s a great opportunity to set up a stall and take advantage of the local celebrations – but all festivities must end, and when they do, you don’t want to cram that stand into your living room. Our self storage units near Bromsgrove are a far better alternative!
One of the most interesting Bromsgrove oddities is the Avoncroft Museum of Rescued Buildings. It sounds too strange to be real, and yet it is: there are prefab World War II shelters, entire mills and barns, and massive fibreglass church spires, amongst other peculiar items like a Doctor Who-style phone box. We can’t promise that we can store entire buildings (except maybe a dollhouse or two?) but anyone with a collection of non-building sized things will be well-served by Access Self Storage Bromsgrove!