A new animation launched by the NSPCC Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) is helping more people to understand what child protection and safeguarding mean in a sports setting.
Bookings have opened for Active Black Country’s three-week virtual PE conference which will run from 18 May until 8 June 2021.
New partnership with Ordnance Survey puts routes for people with complex disabilities on the map
Voluntary groups who work with children and young people in Wolverhampton are being encouraged to apply for funding to deliver activities, workshops and projects.
The go-to place for schools to find local organisations to support their physical activity provision
As grassroots sport once again begins its phased return across the UK, Made By Sport is pleased to announce its ‘Clubs In Crisis’ fund, which will distribute over £4million worth of funding directly...
As schools and families are adjusting to find new ways to stay connected and healthy, Team GB and ParalympicsGB are offering support through the Travel to Tokyo virtual challenge.
The Black Country Healthy Schools Platinum Award launches today, 22 March, and has been created in partnership with Active Black Country and all four Public Health teams across the Black Country...
City of Wolverhampton council secured £20,000 and, in partnership with Active Black Country, has commissioned a behavioural insights organisation to deliver a 6 week programme of physical activity...
A new youth hub at Sandwell College is offering practical advice and support to young people aged 16-29 who are unemployed or at risk of losing their job, or leaving school, college or university.
West Midlands Cycle Hire has opened to the public with the distinctive grey and green bikes available on the streets of Wolverhampton from today.
Triathlon England and the Triathlon Trust have created the £40,000 fund which affiliated community clubs can apply to for grants of up to £400 to help them continue to operate and adapt safely.
With the UK and devolved governments announcing or in the process of announcing their roadmaps out of national lockdowns, British Triathlon, Triathlon England, Triathlon Scotland and Welsh Triathlon...
One week remains for Black Country residents to have their say on physical activity and exercise, and in particular to highlight the barriers that prevent them from being active.
A Wolverhampton community group is helping local people discover the fun of cycling after setting up its own cycling hub using a Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) funding grant.
Active Black Country require an external consultancy to complete an independent review of Active Black Country Governance Framework and identify areas for improvement.