Two primary schools from Wolverhampton were successful in winning awards at the annual Black Country Primary PE & Sport Premium Conference.
The state-of-the-art leisure centre in Smethwick will provide a world-class sports facility for Sandwell and will host the swimming and diving competitions for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
South Staffordshire Sailing Club was recognised as being amongst Britain’s best sailing clubs as they were presented with a certificate for being a 2019 RYA and Yachts & Yachting Club of the Year...
As the network of County Sports Partnerships gather in Nottingham today for their annual Convention, they have announced the launch of a new brand name ‘Active Partnerships’.
A Black Country student from Langley Primary School in Oldbury has become the two millionth girl to play cricket through the Chance to Shine initiative, it was announced today (8 March) on...
The Mayor of Wolverhampton is on the lookout for teams to take part in an upcoming charity golf day at Perton Park Golf Course on May 9.
Walsall is to host the 2019 Commonwealth Judo Championships – the first time an international sporting competition of this scale has been held in the town.
The Open University has been awarded £38,500 by Sport England to develop a free online course, launching in July 2019, for those who train, mentor or develop the skills of sports coaches, officials,...
Working in partnership with The Royal Foundation, Active Black Country will lead on the delivery of the Coach Core apprenticeship programme across the Black Country helping young people (16-24 years...
A Shropshire boxing coach says winning a Thrive Mental Health Award means helping more people by changing lives through sport.
Sport England are working with the Alzheimer’s Society to help people with dementia live active lives
Following the huge success of the first Mayor’s Community Weekend last year, communities across the West Midlands are being given double the cash to host celebrations this summer.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) says it wants to “see the world through the eyes” of young people - after its board approved funding for a new Youth Combined Authority (YCA).
A regionally co-ordinated cycling strategy with funding targeted at 26 priority routes was today (Friday February 8) backed by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
In a unique programme of support for the sport, Basketball England today launched a new Assist Fund to benefit young players who might need financial assistance in order to play and enjoy basketball.
Safeguarding should be a top priority for all those involved in all sport, whether a club, organisation, an individual or as a parent.