Activity Alliance today (6 September) releases a new three-year strategy – Achieving Inclusion Together. Determined to change the reality of disability, inclusion and sport, the charity looks to a future where disabled people are just as likely as non-disabled people to be active.
Public Health England is urging the public to find out their ‘heart age’, with 50 preventable deaths from heart attack or stroke happening every day.
An Australian version of Sport England's flagship campaign has enjoyed huge success in getting more women active
South Staffordshire Sailing Club, near Gailey, has been named a British Youth Sailing (BYS) Recognised Club as part of a new scheme celebrating excellence in developing future sailing stars.
Activity Alliance is adding to its bank of resources with a series of new factsheets that support providers to be more accessible and inclusive in their communications.
To help children get active this summer, Sport England have put together a collection of hints and tips that will hopefully get your creative juices flowing and the lungs blowing.
Hosted by UK Coaching, their showpiece annual event is seen as one of the most prestigious by the coaching community and will be held at The HAC, City of London on Thursday 29 November.
Today (Friday 27 July) marks four years to go until the start of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Wolves’ Championship title triumph and spectacular open top bus parade is to be celebrated in a free exhibition at Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
Aldersley Leisure Village will play host to the Grand Slam of Darts in November – and a new artist’s impression shows what the venue is expected to look like for this major sporting event.
With support from British Olympic taekwondo star, Lutalo Muhammad, TSB and Sported have launched a new programme to reward and support the next generation of community leaders.
The Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) has today announced its innovative ‘Inspired by 2021’ legacy programme.
Charities and community groups in England can now apply for a share of close to £9 million aimed at tackling loneliness by building strong social connections and welcoming communities.
With summer in full swing there has never been a better time for people in Wolverhampton and the Black Country to pick up a tennis racket and get active, with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA)...
In 2018, the role of the Active Black Country Partnership changed, and sees a shift to a local strategic function focused on inactivity, under-represented groups and wider socio-economic outcomes.
Employment and health providers in the City of Wolverhampton have joined forces to help people with health issues get into work.