Active Black Country will be holding the annual Young Coach Academy on 22nd November - 24th November 2019.
Active Black Country in partnership with the four Black Country Local Authorities and West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) are trialling a Place Based Pilot to Tackling Physical Inactivity.
Black Country Consortium Ltd, Black Country LEP and Active Black Country are seeking an individual or organisation to support us to develop a set of robust 2022 Commonwealth Games legacy priorities...
A draft strategic transport plan for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has been approved by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
Basketball England will launch the All Girls campaign at the WBBL Trophy weekend later this month. The 12-team festival of women’s basketball takes places across three days from September 27 at the...
Sport England are working with 15 leading health and social care charities to inspire and support those with long-term health conditions build physical activity into their lives
Active Black Country is looking for a new Board Chair to drive the partnership forward and realise our ambition of getting over 300,000 people in the Black Country region more active.
There are two ways sports clubs and organisations can get involved in celebrating the huge difference the National Lottery has made to society
A project to improve the health and wellbeing of South Asian women in Wednesbury has been given a £4,800 boost by Sandwell Council.
Cricket-loving young people in the Old Hill area of Rowley Regis have been given a £2,000 grant boost – to encourage more to take up the ever-increasingly popular sport.
Hosted by UK Coaching, the annual event will be held at The Tower Hotel London on the 5 December 2019 and will showcase the diverse work of coaches from all walks of life helping people improve their...
A £2 million fund set up to help communities improve their streets for cycling and walking has been inundated with more than 140 bids. The fund, launched by Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street in...
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street today welcomed news that Birmingham City Council’s planning committee has approved proposals for the second phase of regeneration in Perry Barr.
Sandwell Council’s Leader is urging people to get on their bikes – and their feet – this summer and get active.
West Midlands Combined Authority has committed to a new way of tackling poor mental health in the region by signing up to Public Health England’s Prevention Concordat for Better Mental Health.
A summer campaign offering opportunities and activities to school leavers and young people most at risk of falling into crime and anti-social behaviour has been launched.