Dudley Council are working in partnership with Active Black Country and Aspire Sports and Fitness to develop a specialist Community Sport and Health Officer (CSHO) Apprenticeship for Dudley schools to access from September 2020.
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has signed up to a ground-breaking participation and equality initiative.
Plans for pop-up cycle lanes, wider pavements and many other measures to encourage more cycling and walking across the West Midlands have been given overwhelming backing from Government.
British Orienteering and orienteering clubs around the UK are working together to promote Permanent Orienteering Courses as a way of discovering the outdoors in a socially distanced way.
We have developed a package of support for Housing Association residential care homes, and Local Authority care sites, which provide information, advice and support services to vulnerable older aged...
As more opportunities to be active resume, new guidance released today will help providers to enable welcoming, and more accessible environments.
Pop up cycle lanes, wider pavements and bike share schemes are just some of the schemes being planned for a Big Summer of Cycling and Walking in the West Midlands.
Millions of pounds of extra tourism, trade and investment could be secured from the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games under plans that would also bolster the region’s post-Covid-19 economic recovery.
Black Country Rainbow Hour encourages schools to provide all pupils with access to one hour of wellbeing and physical activity each day, whether that’s those returning to school or those pupils still...
To improve sleep and support adult mental wellbeing Public Health England’s Every Mind Matters website now includes new NHS-approved expert tips and advice on improving your sleep
Thousands of local people are to benefit from a new programme to help them land jobs created by the forthcoming Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The council’s public health team is working in partnership with Cycling UK to enable key workers to have the opportunity to cycle to and from work during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The coaching community has been identified as playing an important role in keeping communities active, as the nation adjusts to the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Active Black Country are looking to ascertain the impact of social distancing on the activity levels of people living and working in the Black Country.
Since the restrictions on movement were imposed by Government, ABC have committed capacity towards liaising directly with community providers to understand their immediate, medium and longer-term...
UK Coaching has announced today (18 May) – in collaboration with its awarding organisation 1st4sport, and partners Mind, the mental health charity, and Sport England – that the nation’s coaches can...