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Cake Box - Birmingham (Soho Road)

Contact Details


181 Soho Road

Handsworth,

United Kingdom.

B21 9SU

0121 551 4440

sohoroad@eggfreecake.co.uk

Opening Times:
Monday: 11am - 7pm
Tuesday: 11am - 7pm
Wednesday: 11am - 7pm
Thursday: 11am - 7pm
Friday: 11am - 7pm
Saturday: 11am - 7pm
Sunday: 12pm - 6pm

 

Public and bank holiday times may vary.  

Please check instore for details.

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Egg Free Cake Box - Birmingham

The Eggfree Cake Box, 181 Soho Road, Handsworth, Birmingham is within the city and metropolitan borough of the West Midlands of England.  It is the most populated British city outside London with 1,085,400 population.  People from Birmingham are called 'Brummies', a term derived from the city's nickname of 'Brum'. This originates from the city's dialect name, Brummagem which may in turn have been derived from one of the city's earlier names, 'Bromwicham. There is a distinctive Brummie accent and dialect.

Two of Britain's largest banks were founded in Birmingham – Lloyds Bank (now Lloyds Banking Group) in 1765 and the Midland Bank (now HSBC Bank) in 1836  – as well as Ketley's Building Society, the world's first building society, in 1775. In 2010, Cushman & Wakefield stated that Birmingham was the third best place in the United Kingdom to locate a business and the 18th best in Europe.

Tourism is also an increasingly important part of the local economy. With major facilities such as the International Convention Centre and National Exhibition Centre, the Birmingham area accounts for 42% of the UK conference and exhibition trade.  The city's sporting and cultural venues attract large numbers of visitors.

With an annual turnover of £2.43bn, Birmingham city centre is the UK's third largest retail centre, with the country's busiest shopping centre – the Bullring – and the largest department store outside London – House of Fraser on Corporation Street. The City also has one of only four Selfridges department stores and the second largest branch of Debenhams in the country. In 2004 the city was ranked as the third best place to shop in the United Kingdom, behind the West End of London and Glasgow, being described as a "world-class shopping centre".