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2010s

We continued to work on reducing our carbon footprint and our efforts were rewarded in June 2010 with the prestigious gold award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme. In July we were also crowned “Green Restaurant of the Year” by Birmingham City Council. Our environmental policy will continue to be a focus for us - we trialled a food dryer that turns waste food into pellets to power fuel stations.

In 2010 we added an extra spa treatment room in order to cope with the demand for treatments.

As our 50th anniversary year, 2011 was a very happy and busy one for us. At the same time as celebrating, we continued with our programme of refurbishment to ensure that we offer our guests the very best of facilities, combined with our normal high standards of professional, friendly service to make your visit to Moor Hall a memorable one.

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1960s

During the 1960s Moor Hall rocked to the sounds of the swinging sixties every night of the week in the original Charter room.

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1970s

The 70s saw the stables converted to an extra 31 bedrooms and the popular Cellar Bar opened.

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1980s

Jake's Winer Diner (now the Country Kitchen) and the Tony Ford Fitness Centre opened and 24 Executive rooms were added.

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1990s

The Fitness Club moved to the ground floor and was opened by Graham Taylor, the then Manager of the England football team.

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2000s

Moor Hall became the 1st Best Western hotel to gain Premier status and the new Leisure Centre, as it is now, was completed.

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