The launch of Include Me West Midlands (IMWM) – a pioneering pledge to deliver more inclusive physical activity - heard from key national figures in the field that the region is the ideal place to lead the way on this work.
A young West Midlands woman who has had a lived experience of anorexia nervosa is calling for specialist training to help gym staff recognise potential problems, as Mental Health Awareness Week 2019...
Two students who won an award for setting up a mental health peer support group at Birmingham City University are calling on people to mark Mental Health Awareness Week by asking others how they are...
Japanese radio provides inspiration for new programme targeting inactivity in over 55s with 10-minute workouts
Basketball England today unveiled a major investment and partnership opportunity as expression of interest forms are now being accepted to help create a number of Regional Talent Hubs across the...
The month of free and low cost sailing and windsurfing continues across the Black Country next weekend (11-12 May) as Walsall Outdoor Pursuits and South Staffs SC invite you and your family to Push...
BBC WM wants schools across the Black Country to join them on the ‘Get Moving’ campaign ...encouraging everyone to move a bit more and live happier and healthier lives!
Sport England commit another £1.5 million of National Lottery funding to helping providers innovate using open data
A Chase Sailing Club youngster insists that sailing has made him more confident and independent as a month of free and low cost RYA Push The Boat Out ‘try sailing’ events launches across the Black...
Future football hopefuls are invited to take part in trials to secure a place at Darren Bent’s football academy at WV Active Aldersley.
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Organising Committee has appointed Martin Green CBE as its Chief Creative Officer, a role that will give him ultimate responsibility for the official opening and...
Results from Sport England's latest survey show inactivity rates decreasing, but stubborn inequalities still remain
Disabled people are currently the least active group in society, and twice as likely as non-disabled people to be physically inactive.
There is something for everyone as you and your family are invited to Push The Boat Out and try sailing or windsurfing for free or low cost across the Black Country in May.
We're already a hugely successful sporting nation. Our country enjoyed record performances at the Commonwealth Games in Australia, while English athletes made up more than 80% of the hugely successful...
Swim England has today called for the medical profession to be more proactive in prescribing swimming as part of a programme of activity to manage a variety of medical conditions and aid recovery.