Triathlon England and the Triathlon Trust have created the £40,000 fund which affiliated community clubs can apply to for grants of up to £400 to help them continue to operate and adapt safely.
With the UK and devolved governments announcing or in the process of announcing their roadmaps out of national lockdowns, British Triathlon, Triathlon England, Triathlon Scotland and Welsh Triathlon...
One week remains for Black Country residents to have their say on physical activity and exercise, and in particular to highlight the barriers that prevent them from being active.
A Wolverhampton community group is helping local people discover the fun of cycling after setting up its own cycling hub using a Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) funding grant.
Active Black Country require an external consultancy to complete an independent review of Active Black Country Governance Framework and identify areas for improvement.
British Wheelchair Basketball, the governing body for the sport in the UK, has joined forces with four leading organisations in its bid to double participation in the sport.
Residents, community organisations and businesses with innovative ideas to help local areas recover from the effects of the pandemic are being offered the chance to win funding and support of up to...
WV Virtual Squad is back for February half term and is offering Wolverhampton children, young people and families online activities and events they can enjoy from home.
Investment into the Black Country to support education facilities open their doors and increase community use.
The leading voice for disabled people in sport and activity urges leaders to make disabled people a priority now to prevent the long-term effects of inactivity.
British Wheelchair Basketball, the governing body for the sport in the UK, has today launched its ground-breaking ‘Inspire a Generation’ programme, in a bid to double participation over the next four...
The programme will develops a cohort of 25-30 young leaders who have an interest in or previous experience in either volunteering or leading in sporting activities.
The Black Country Virtual School Games is set to continue in 2021 with competitions available online for those pupils in school as well as those currently learning from home.
WheelPower, the national charity for wheelchair sport, is delighted to announce the forthcoming release of 10 new online workouts, aimed specifically at primary and secondary aged disabled children.
New accessible pre-recorded videos to support disabled people to get active at home during the coronavirus outbreak.
Aldi and Team GB are challenging young people aged 5–14 from England, Scotland and Wales to get creative and design their own original recipe, inspired by Team GB.