We have the following upcoming MPHT and fundraising events planned for 2017:
Please visit the Moor Pool Residents Association for more information about other upcoming events
The following events are also taking place at Moor Pool Hall:
On Tuesday 29th April, at 12:00- 16:00, Mess Around play, Messy Mutz will be in the Moor Pool Main Hall, bring your children and have fun!
LEGO Drop in session (MPHT) : Come along and create your own masterpeice! FREE
Lower Hall 10am-11am Sunday 10th June
Circle Cinema returning to Moor Pool on Sunday 10th June, watch out for the film they will be showing!
Hot and cold refreshements available to buy before the film.
Fish and Chip Quiz Returns!
Grab your tickets and come down to the Main Hall on the Saturday 7th June for a big quiz with a fish and chip super!
History Talks at Moor Pool 2018!
Lower Hall Refreshments from 18:30 Talks begin at 19:00 and finish approximately at 20:00 £3 per person
Tuesday 26th June Carless Avenue: The story behind the road.
A talk by Beryl Beavis. Who or what does Carless Avenue commemorate? Who were the Carless family and how did a girl from Lower Ravenhurst Farm in Harborne become the wife of one of Birmingham’s first MPs?
7th August Riot, Resistance and Reform: a history of protest in Birmingham.
A talk by Rachel West. Find out more about the people, movements and struggles that shaped Birmingham, and had an influence on the country as a whole.
18th September History of chocolate: Cadbury’s, Terry’s and Rowntree.
A talk by Lydia Duffy. From its arrival in the 16th century, chocolate has been a pleasure shared by family and friends. This talk will delve deeper into the history of chocolate makers here in England, exploring how and why Cadbury's, Rowntree and Terry's became the household names they are today.
6th November 2018 Washington Irving and our Christmas traditions.
A Dickensian Christmas conjures up images of many Christmas traditions which we take for granted in our modern festivities. This history talk explores the origins of these traditions, and looks at what role Washington Irving, an American living in Birmingham, played in inspiring Charles Dickens.