What we do

Moor Pool Heritage Trust

Conserving heritage, promoting education, driven by community

Moor Pool Heritage Trust is a charity that now looks after the community buildings and assets on the Moor Pool Estate Conservation Area in Harborne, Birmingham.  The Trust was formed by the local community in 2011 and raised £325k in funds to secure community ownership of the Hall and other community assets for continued community use.



Our friends and networks

Moor Pool Residents Association

The Moor Pool Residents Association was created for the community of Moor Pool in Harborne to serve local residents. They provide information for residents on their website, and publish and distribute the bi-monthly Moor Pool Duck newsletter. The MRA also organise regular events for residents.

They support and work in partnership with Moor Pool Heritage Trust. The MRA is about the place and people who live on the Moor Pool Estate, whilst MPHT manage the facilities and green spaces they own for the benefit of those living on the Estate and wider community. Both work together to preserve the Estate’s unique character.

Birmingham Heritage Forum

Moor Pool Heritage Trust is a member of the Birmingham Heritage Forum which is made up of organisations concerned with collections, historic sites, galleries, museums, churches, gardens, and visitor centres within the Birmingham area.

Members are keen to share their enthusiasm for Birmingham Heritage.

Heritage Trust Network

Moor Pool Heritage Trust is a member of the Heritage Trust Network which a network of local heritage groups, ranging from building preservation trusts to community trusts or social enterprises. It is predominantly run by volunteers and provides members with support, networking and skills sharing.

Contact: 0121 233 9283

Winterbourne House and Garden

Winterbourne House and Garden was home to John Sutton Nettlefold, the founder of the Moor Pool Estate.  Winterbourne is an Edwardian historic house and garden built in the Arts and Crafts style, and located within the grounds of the University of Birmingham. 

Contact: 0121 414 3003