If you’re looking for Stourbridge self storage, your local branch is located at 180 Sherlock Street in central Birmingham. Our Birmingham Central location offers secure, convenient self storage solutions for businesses and individual customers alike. With CCTV-monitored units hosted within a gated and fenced perimeter, it provides a number of additional benefits for all users: receipt and dispatch, lockers, mailboxes, a forklift service, free pallet trucks, and more.
Starting from central Stourbridge, this store is a simple half hour drive away. Head towards Bath Road on the A491, then transfer to the A456 on the third roundabout at Hagley Road. Change to the A540 at Islington Road Middleway, then the A441 at Stirchley. Take the left turn onto Sherlock Street and you’re there.
Stourbridge may look unassuming, but any of its 55,000 residents can tell you it’s got it where it counts. If you’ve come here for leisure, you’ve got plenty of options – Stourbridge Golf Club being only the most famous. Anyone partial to a few rounds of golf is right at home here. But if it’s been a while since your last game and your clubs and balls are cluttering up the house, perhaps renting a unit at Access Self Storage Stourbridge could be a tidier and cost-effective alternative.
The glassblowing industry has thrived for centuries in Stourbridge, having been a mainstay in the town since the 1600’s. Alongside the (still operational) glassworks, there’s the Ruskin Glass Centre – a must for the glass enthusiasts out there – and the annual Festival of Glass. If you’re setting up a stall at this year’s event, Access Self Storage Stourbridge is the perfect place to keep it packed away once the fun and games are over. Or if you’re a glass collector looking to pick up a ship in a bottle or some other interesting pieces, our storage units are just down the road if you’re struggling to find space for your collection at home.
Indeed, Stourbridge is a very distinctive town; to the point that it’s made a real impression on some of the biggest names in literature. James Joyce made reference to it in his nonsense epic Finnegans Wake; Ezra Pound included a hat tip in the Cantos, his magnum opus; P.G. Wodehouse used it for comic purposes in Money for Nothing. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to keep your manuscripts safe, or your book collection from cluttering up the house, Access Self Storage Stourbridge is your best bet.
If you’re interested in storage in other nearby areas, check out our pages on self storage in Erdington and self storage in Selly Oak.