Public Health England Launches New Mental Health Campaign to Support Children, Young People and their Parents
Over half of parents say their children's mental wellbeing has been one of their biggest worries during Covid
West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is to help more business leaders, across the East and West Midlands, support their employees’ mental health and wellbeing, post-lockdown.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has teamed up with Love to Ride to encourage more people to get out and about on their bikes.
UK Coaching has confirmed that UK Coaching Week 2020 will take place from the 14-20 September.
Birmingham 2022 is inviting the best sporting facilities in the West Midlands to apply to become official training venues, giving them the opportunity to host international athletes from across the...
Active Black Country are working with the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) as part of their Big Summer of Cycling & Walking to support the development of the social prescribing of Rolling...
Active Black Country have partnered up with the Association for Physical Education (afPE) to support Sandwell MBC’s Play Service by providing 1,000 skipping ropes to vulnerable families within...
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has today (Tuesday August 11) unveiled the Starley Network, a new 500-mile cycling vision for the West Midlands.
Entries for this year’s Run for Joel are now open! The event is set to be the biggest to date as participants across the UK run/walk/cycle from home to raise money for Smile for Joel, a leading...
UK Coaching has launched a new toolkit that will ensure the nation’s coaches are equipped with the knowledge and skills to provide great coaching experiences to others, and support them as coaches to...
An open letter urging sport and leisure decision makers to put disabled people’s inclusion at the heart of plans and preparations as restrictions are lifted further.
A new project is underway looking at how to enhance three West Midlands open spaces – the sort of areas that since lockdown many of us have come to value.
One in six workers experience mental health difficulties which has resulted in millions of lost work hours from sickness and presenteeism (where workers attend work unwell).
Specialist sports facilities to support Olympic and Paralympic athletes are set to be expanded as part of the extension of a long term partnership between the University of Wolverhampton and the...
Following a month-long campaign to engage with residents and groups across the Black Country, evidence shows that lockdown has encouraged previously inactive people to start moving more.
British Blind Sport have expanded their First Steps programme which empowers and encourages children between the ages of 3 – 11 years old with a visual impairment to develop their early developmental...