Primary PE, School Sport and Physical Activity Workforce come together to share opportunities and best practice for the whole Black Country
New Campaign - We Can Swim - launched at Black Country Primary PE Conference with the support of Steve Parry MBE
Active Black Country have identified the need to invest in the development of a bespoke wayfinding platform in conjunction with the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Approximately 500 residents from Wolverhampton came to East Park on the May Day Bank Holiday to take part in a family fun day delivered by partners working on the GOGA programme
Active Black Country invites community sport and physical activity projects to apply for funding as part of on-going work to help more individuals in the region get active.
'We Can Swim' - Black Country school children encouraged to design a logo for our new campaign
Marathon Kids UK, in partnership with Active Black Country, is launching new weekly events in parks across the Black Country starting with Fowlers Park, Wolverhampton on Saturday 9 April at 10am –...
Courtesy of the LTA and its flagship LTA Youth programme, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is being offered to teachers that could see teenage sensation, Emma Raducanu MBE, appear virtually in your...
Last week, Active Partnerships from across the country came together to discuss how we can play our part in responding to the horrific crisis unfolding in Ukraine.
This week marks one year since the launch of the West Midlands Cycle Hire scheme, which has so far seen more than 200,000 journeys taken across the region.
The Black Swimming Association (BSA) has today launched #OurSwimStory – an industry pioneering research project, aimed at exploring the barriers that Black and Asian communities face when it comes to...
Work is underway on the second of two brand new cycle routes being created after City of Wolverhampton Council secured just over £1 million in government funding.
We are inviting tenders for the development of a web-based platform that will provide us with an opportunity to develop the activity workforce of the future
Opportunity for an organisations to deliver the sport and physical activity elements of the ‘Shine a Light Festival’ which will be delivered alongside the cultural, educational and social programmes.
ABC joins forces with the Black Swimming Association to support them in realising their ambitions of achieving a future with ethnic diversity in aquatics
The City of Wolverhampton Council is calling all local organisations to get involved and to submit details of activities or events which can be included in the Yo! February half-term offer for...
Grants are being offered to community groups and regional organisations to help them connect people to nature, thanks to new funding from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).