Oak Tree House is a not-for-profit venture, registered by the Charity Commission and managed by Trustees from the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).  Its purpose is to provide a caring residential community offering shelter and fulfillment, informed by Quaker values, to Friends and others in their retirement.  It welcomes all, of any faith or none, who value their independence within a peaceful and secure environment.

Designed and built in the late 1960s on the attractive Bournville Village Estate, it is close to local shops and parks with good transport links to other parts of the city of the Birmingham. It is also very near to both Bournville and Selly Oak Meeting Houses, and to the Quaker Study Centre, Woodbrooke.


Many people are involved in the smooth running of Oak Tree House, from the Warden to the Trustees.  Most of the staff have worked for us for many years, and help to create our friendly community. more

Find out about what is happening in the local area, including Bournville Quaker Meeting and at Woodbrooke. more

Every year we produce a Directory of useful information for older people.  It includes national organisations and those in the Central England area.  There are contact details regarding accommodation, finance and legal support, health, care & support, leisure and travel and more.  This document is available to download. more