The Starley Network of safe cycle routes across the West Midlands will benefit from a £13 million Government active travel grant announced today. The second round of Active Travel Fund money, will go towards the delivery of the network announced during the summer.
Welcome to the first edition of the Dudley Schools PE Bulletin
On Saturday 31 October, the Prime Minister announced that a new set of national restrictions will come into force as of Thursday 5 November. We believe that the power of sport and physical activity...
In response to the Covid-19 pandemic WheelPower, the national charity for wheelchair sport has had to adapt provision to make sure that we continue to reach disabled people in their homes, to provide...
A new course available in the British Orienteering eLearning offers a fresh approach to the ‘Introduction to Orienteering’ course’.
The daily schedule for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games has been released today, with the organisers confirming which sports will be held on each of the 11 days of competition and urging fans to...
Wolverhampton’s green, leafy parks and open spaces are amongst the best in the world, winning the Green Flag Awards.
The Black Country School Games has gone online for the academic year 2020/21 with virtual competitions running from September until December in each local authority along with a monthly Battle of the...
Residents are being encouraged to take advantage of free cycle checks this autumn after City of Wolverhampton Council successfully bid for further funds under the Big Bike Revival scheme.
More than 200 people who hadn’t been in the saddle for a decade, or had ever cycled with their family, have started cycling thanks to free sessions in the region’s parks this summer.
Women in Sport, the leading UK charity that researches sport purely from the perspective of women and girls, has today launched #TimeTogether, a new national campaign which will empower daughters and...
Hundreds more children and young people in Wolverhampton will receive support with their emotional and mental wellbeing after the HeadStart programme was extended for an extra year.
Disabled people and those with long term health conditions are getting the opportunity to tell decision makers how to improve access to physical activities, post-lockdown.
109 schools, 34,613 pupils and 34 organisations are dedicating one hour a day to wellbeing and health through the Black Country Rainbow Hour.
Following yesterday’s announcement on new rules for adults playing team sports indoors, Sport England have pulled together answers to some of the key questions.
Activity Alliance is excited to reveal the new updated eLearning course, Delivering an excellent service for disabled customers. With refreshed content, the online module sets out to empower...