A ‘one stop’ shop has been launched to give people the skills they need to land thousands of jobs at next summer’s Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
People in Birmingham and the Black Country are getting cycling, walking and other physical activity on prescription from their GP to improve both their physical and mental health thanks to a new...
The first plan for the region’s natural environment has been officially launched on the banks of the River Stour highlighting the benefits of nature for our health and wellbeing, recognising the...
Wolverhampton’s new Cycling Ambassador, Commonwealth Games gold medallist Hugh Porter MBE, has been sharing his passion for biking by exploring new initiatives to encourage cycling in the city.
Voluntary groups who work with children and young people in Wolverhampton are being encouraged to apply for funding to deliver activities, workshops and projects during the October half-term before...
Children in Heath Town, Wolverhampton, are enjoying the chance to hone their football skills for the season ahead thanks to a new grass pitch developed as part of major transformation works on the...
Major businesses and corporations are being offered the opportunity to become the official sponsor of the region’s popular new cycle hire scheme.
A new emotional and wellbeing support service for disabled children, young people and their families is being launched in Wolverhampton.
Wolverhampton’s own Commonwealth Games gold medallist Hugh Porter MBE has today been announced as City Cycling Ambassador – exactly 12 months before we host the event’s 2022 cycling time trial.
Another chance for Wolverhampton residents to get active and build fitness, supported and encouraged through a free smartphone app
The Black Country Consortium Ltd and Active Black Country are working with the Black Country Local Authorities of Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall, Wolverhampton, and the Canal & River Trust to develop a...
Plans to transform a former youth club into a welcoming community hub and church are to get underway after City of Wolverhampton Council officially handed over ownership of the building.
Beat the Street players are being invited to Go Wild over the next few days with players encouraged to explore their local parks, waterways and green spaces.
Plans to get more people in the West Midlands cycling as part of the legacy of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has been given a £2 million boost from the Department for Transport.
Street Games, Sported and Access Sport have signed up to IncludeMe, which encourages organisations to improve how they engage with disabled people and those with long-term conditions
Young people from Dudley are to benefit from a package of support to give them access to training and career opportunities, thanks to a new youth hub in the Merry Hill Centre.