Welcome to the Moor Pool website, created for the community of Moor Pool, Harborne in Birmingham, U.K. It is provided as a service to local residents by the Moor Pool Residents' Association. If you are new to our community, then Welcome to Moor Pool.

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What's Coming Up?

Tue, May 24th - History Talk: Augustus Pugin
Sat, June 4th - Jubliee Picnic at the Hall
Sun, June 5th - Jubliee Oak at Nettlefold Garden
Tue, June 28th - Tea Dance
Tue, July 5th - History Talk: Evie Nettlefold
Sun, July 31st - Moor Pool Decathlon
Tue, August 2nd - History Talk: Police Museum
Sun, September 4th - Circle Cinema
Sun, September 11th - Heritage Festival
Fri, September 16th - Fungi Walk
Sun, October 16th - Circle Cinema
Tue, October 25th - History Talk: Glass Museum
Tue, November 22nd - History Talk: Bricks
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Sat, January 28th - MRA AGM



Related Sites


Residents' Association

The Moor Pool Residents' Association Report and Accounts for the 2022 AGM are now available from their web page.


Covid-19 Update

A neighbourhood support group has been established to support those self-isolating or social distancing. Full details and contact information here.

Latest updates from Birmingham City Council are also available here


easyfundraising

You can no longer raise funds directly through easyfundraising.org.uk when shopping at Amazon but instead will be redirected to Amazon Smile where you can select Moor Pool Heritage Trust as the charity you wish to support.

If you then log in through smile.amazon.co.uk rather than amazon.co.uk you will be automatically linked to the charity you wish to support and 0.5% of any purchases will be donated to the Trust.

You can, of course, continue to use easyfundraising with other retailers. Our continuing thanks to those helping to raise funds for the Trust in this way.


The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service

We are delighted to announce that, thanks to all our members, volunteers and supporters, Moor Pool Heritage Trust has been selected as a recipient of The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS) 2019. This unique UK national honour recognises the outstanding contributions made to local communities by groups of volunteers; it has an equivalent status for voluntary groups as the MBE for individuals.

Simon Sterling (Chair)

Further details and a full list of the winners of this prestigious award.