Clubs and Societies

There are a number of clubs on the Moor Pool Estate that serve local residents and are also available to the wider community. Please contact individual clubs for further information.

The Circle Tennis Club

tennisLocated at the Circle behind the Moor Pool Hall the Circle Tennis Club was started in the 1920’s and continues to thrive as a friendly, local tennis club that welcomes all abilities: young and old, families, beginners and seasoned competitors. There are opportunities for league and internal competition as well as social play.
Contact: Robin Rison (07870 917272)
www.circletennisclub.net

 

harborne snooker club picture                 Harborne Tenants Snooker Club
Located above the Estate office at the Circle, the Snooker Club is a friendly and relaxed club open to new members.
Contact Bob Boucher: 07944964721 or Tom Magrath: 0790302833
http://harbornesnookerclub.wixsite.com/home

 

Rifle Club                 Moor Pool Air Rifle & Pistol Club

Located in the Lower Hall beneath the Moor Pool Hall, experienced Range Officers are members and coaching is available. All weapons must be brought to meetings in a suitable cover. Adults and accompanied juniors (under 17 years old) are welcome. No weapons are kept on site.
Contact Sheila Preece: 0121 427 3618

Skittles Club                 Moor Pool Skittle Club
Based in the Lower Hall at the Circle the Moor Pool Skittle Club has two unique alleys – one flat and one rounded, side by side. Joining the Skittle Club is a great way to enjoy gentle exercise, jovial banter and try out an unusual pastime! All welcome Mondays 19.30-21.30. Available for ages 16 and up. Come along and have a go!
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Moor Pool Bowls Club – Crown Green Bowling
Whether you are looking to learn the game, play for fun, join a new club, play in a league or just find out more- why not come and join the Moor Pool Bowls Club! The bowling season runs from April to the end of September. From October to March there is a social every Wednesday afternoon and one evening a month throughout the year. A social membership is also available for those who do not wish to play bowls.
Contact:  David Fellows 0121 427 3188
               Pam Doubleday: 012 550 1316

 

fishing moor pool         Moor Pool Fishing Club
The Club is located at the Moor Pool and welcomes new members.
Contact: Keith Dickinson 0121 472 2617

The Moor Pool Tennis Club
Located at the corner of Moor Pool Avenue and Margaret Grove
Contact: Sue Lilleman 0121 426 1141

Circle Cinema
cinema
Circle Cinema is a community cinema established to foster the appreciation and enjoyment of film in a relaxed community environment. Films are shown monthly at the Moor Pool Hall, Up-to-date news, contact details and upcoming events are available on the website.

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http://www.circlecinema.co.uk/

Moor Pool Reading Group
The Moor Pool Reading Group meets every two months in the Lower Hall, usually on Thursday evenings 19.30-20.30. Anyone who is enjoys books and discussing them is welcome to join.
Contact:
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