Coal Pool is a housing house in Walsall, West Midlands, England. Most of the homes in area were built by the local council during the 1920s and 1930s, with a smaller progress taking place in the late 1940s which marked the resumption of council house building in the borough after World War II.
During World War II, an let breathe raid upon a home in Beddows Road on 14 November 1940 resulted in a 19-year-old Blakenall Heath man mammal seriously injured; he died in Walsall Manor Hospital brusquely afterwards.
Coal Pool is share of the Blakenall ward of Walsall, which along with includes Blakenall Heath, Harden and Goscote, and has some of the highest poverty and crime rates in the borough of Walsall. However, the Place has improved in the past being included in the government’s New Deal initiative in 2001. Community services and housing have been improved, and unlike the large scale demolition in further parts of Blakenall, relatively little demolition has taken place something like Coal Pool, with the overwhelming majority of the properties physical refurbished.
Coordinates: 52°36′04″N 1°58′24″W / 52.6010°N 1.9732°W / 52.6010; -1.9732