The Federation of Abbey Infant and Abbey Junior School in Sandwell was recognised among the winners of the prestigious West Midlands Community Sports Awards last night in Birmingham
World-leading survey reveals insight into activity levels of children and young people in England
Nominations opened today for the second Thrive Mental Health Commission Awards, taking place in January.
Are you interested in taking part in this years Black Country Young Coach Academy?
Junk food adverts near schools could be banned under proposals to tackle childhood obesity in the West Midlands.
12,600 more people age 16+ across the Black Country are meeting the Chief Medical Officer’s guidelines of doing at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity a week, according to new...
Sport England has today launched the latest phase of its This Girl Can campaign, Fit Got Real, which aims to tackle the inequalities in levels of exercise between different social groups of women.
Government to roll-out more swimming lessons, extra teaching and improved guidance – supported by £320 million PE and Sport Premium.
Developed with Sport England, UK Anti-doping, and support from the English Institute of Sport, new Get Set + programme Think Real aims to inspire young people aged 11–16 to make healthy, informed...
UK Coaching has today, 22 October, officially announced the finalists for the 2018 UK Coaching Awards, continuing the organisation’s celebration of great coaching, which commenced earlier this year...
The Sport and Venue Programme for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games was confirmed and celebrated today, Friday 19 October
A new tool to help healthcare professionals talk to patients about the benefits of physical activity is now live
Active Black Country is delighted to welcome new board members, who will join our existing board members, to drive forward the partnerships ambitions.
Results from the Active Lives Adult Survey May 17/18 shows inactivity rates are also beginning to improve
As part of a special campaign starting on 12th October and running for the next 22 days, Birmingham 2022 is asking locals to have their say and help shape the Commonwealth Games, which will take place...
Public Health England’s new Every Mind Matters campaign encourages adults in the Midlands to look after their mental health as they do their physical health.