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.
New research shows almost half of disabled people fear losing benefits if they take part in exercise
Last night (Thursday 4th October), at Himley Hall, Dudley, the six winners of the 2018 Black Country Sport and Physical Activity Awards were announced
Lottery and Exchequer money will aim to provide 140 'board ready' candidates by 2021
The annual Community Sport and Recreation Awards have been celebrating grassroots sport and recreation for over twenty years, and champion grassroots work on a national scale, using examples of best...
A £15 million investment into community cycling facilities will provide a lasting legacy from next year’s UCI Road World Championships in Yorkshire.
Active Black Country is delighted to announce that the University of Wolverhampton are to be headline sponsors for the 2018 Black Country Sport and Physical Activity Awards.
Secondary schools to benefit from up to £13.5 million investment in workforce skills
Around 200 new young coaches will be able to join an apprenticeship scheme after an award of £995,500 to The Royal Foundation to double the reach of its Coach Core programme.
Preparations for Birmingham’s largest ever sport and cultural event are gathering pace following the first meeting of the newly-appointed Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Organising Committee Board
England Squash is calling on the squash community to get behind Women’s Squash Week from 22-30 September.This annual international campaign celebrates and showcases female squash at every level of the...
This years finalists have been identified and will be presented at an awards ceremony on Thursday 4th October.