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I have tried to match that portico with the still existing churches in Edgbaston without any luck, the problem being that some have been demolished since the photo was taken the other being Edgbaston was much bigger then.
I wonder if this is two church choirs? There are two distinctive banners, one suggests (on the right) St. Augustine - he has a book - the other banner might be from the now converted into apartments former St. James. The architecture does look a bit like St. James, despite any alterations made in the past.
But if it is one choir then my vote would go to St. James.