Events

 

Sunday 31st July: Commonwealth Games Event 

12.00-15.00

Come and try the various sports at Moor Pool and get your passport stamped at each site! Collect your passport from the Main Hall and then have a go at various activities for free!

Tennis, Bowls, Under 7’s football with Little Kickers, skittles, craft and more!
 
Little Kickers (under 7 year old football) in Main Hall: 12.00-14.00
 
Yoga in the Main Hall: 14.00-15.00
 
Drop-in activities 12.00-15.00:
- Moor Pool Tennis Club
- The Circle Tennis Club
- Snooker Club
- Skittle Club
- Bowls Club
- Table tennis in the Lower Hall
- Batons and Bunting craft in the Lower Hall
 
Limited spaces: Circle Cycling. Limited spaces for +7 year olds who can ride , children must accompanied by adult.
Helmets and bring your own bike recommended. Some adult bikes available to borrow.
Short ride to Summerfield Park via Harborne Walkway.
Sign up at 12.00 and 13.30pm.
Ride 1: 12.30-13.30
Ride 2: 14.00-15.00
Meet for ride outside shops.’

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Tuesday 2nd August               Corinne Brazier illustrated talk on West Midlands Police Museum

6.30-8pm

£3

Tickets are £3 and can be purchased at The Circle Shop. Please purchase in advance as spaces are limited (cash only).

Refreshments will be available to purchase from 6.30pm. Talk 7-8pm (includes Q&A).

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Sunday 11th September MOOR POOL HERITAGE FESTIVAL as part of Heritage Open Days and Birmingham Heritage Week 

11.00-15.00 

Experience the wonderful community spirit and Arts and Crafts splendour of Moor Pool Estate, the hidden Garden Suburb a stone's throw from Birmingham City Centre. Our Heritage Festival delivers a village fete vibe near the heart of the City!
Sunday 11th September is a unique opportunity to discover the Moor Pool Estate, one of the last remaining intact Garden Suburbs in the UK and one of Birmingham's best kept secrets.
The festival kicks off at 1100 with a range of stands and stalls to entertain the whole family. We have a packed programme highlighting the range of exciting activities that regularly take place around the Estate and welcome back Sovereign Brass Band playing at the Circle!
There will be fun for all the family! This year we will explore the 'Astounding Inventions' theme looking with a trail and displays at the hall looking at inventions through Moor Pool's history and how they have changed.
Regular clubs will be open on the day, and visitors will have the chance to try their hand at the activities including Edwardian skittles, snooker, bowling, tennis and snooker. Enjoy home-made cakes and home grown produce, and learn more about the wide range of events which take place at Moor Pool throughout the year!
There will be fun for all the family ... While many of the Moor Pool clubs will be on hand to show off their skills you can also get yourself involved in demos. Learn more about the wide range of events which take place at Moor Pool throughout the year including taster sessions from Capoeira, Mezzo Dance, Billinguasing and OneDay Theatre, and Baby Ballet amongst many others. Take this opportunity to discover one of Birmingham's hidden gems in this much-loved annual event!
https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/visiting/event/moor-pool-heritage-festival-moor-pool-hall-and-community-venues-around
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 Friday 16th September

12pm

Free

Fungi walk with Natural Science Curator Lukas Large (part of Moor Pool Heritage Festival)

Tuesday 25th October

6.30-8pm

£3

Harrison Davis, curator at Stourbridge Glass Museum illustrated talk on Stourbridge glass

Tickets are £3 and can be purchased at The Circle Shop. Please purchase in advance as spaces are limited (cash only).

Refreshments will be available to purchase from 6.30pm. Talk 7-8pm (includes Q&A).

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 Tuesday 22nd November    Elizabeth Thomson illustrated talk on the Bricks that built your hous

6.30-8pm

£3

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Tickets are £3 and can be purchased at The Circle Shop. Please purchase in advance as spaces are limited (cash only).

Refreshments will be available to purchase from 6.30pm. Talk 7-8pm (includes Q&A).

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