Our Campaigns

  • Stay Active at Home

    Stay Active at Home

    We understand that Covid-19, or Coronavirus, raises concerns around being active, particularly within sport and physical activity environments and facilities. However, there has never been a more important time to remain active, for positive mental wellbeing and physical health.

  • Covid-19 Sector Support

    Covid-19 Sector Support

    The Covid-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak has already had a huge impact on what we, as individuals do, as well as the sport and physical activity sector as a whole. Whilst the coming months remain uncertain, as the strategic lead for sport and physical activity across the two counties, we are committed to supporting clubs, coaches, volunteers and the professional workforce to adapt to changes, and thrive as a sector beyond the pandemic.

  • Worcestershire Virtual School Games

    Worcestershire Virtual School Games

    The Worcestershire School Games Activity Village is an exciting programme of virtual competitions running during the summer term using sport to motivate and inspire young people to take part in friendly competition and with an opportunity to represent their school in the process.

Latest News

Catch up with the latest news in your area below or visit our News page to find all things happening in your area.

Events Home

Athletics Indoor Grand Prix

Sat, 16 Mar 2019

Athletics Indoor Grand Prix

Arena Birmingham, Birmingham B1 2AA

Ranked as the best one-day indoor meeting in the world, the Müller Indoor Grand Prix returns to... Read More »

Athletics Indoor Grand Prix

Thu, 21 Mar 2019

Athletics Indoor Grand Prix

Whitecross High School, Three Elms Road, Hereford HR4 0RN

Netball Youth Camps give junior players the chance to get together with their friends and take to the... Read More »

Gymnastics World Cup

Sat, 23 Mar 2019

Gymnastics World Cup

Resorts World Arena, Birmingham, B40 1NT

The 2019 Gymnastics World Cup returns to Birmingham on 23 March, and will showcase some of the best gymnasts... Read More »

Safeguarding & Protecting Children

Tue, 19 Mar 2019

Safeguarding & Protecting Children

Redditch Cricket, Hockey, Rugby and Squash Club, Bromsgrove Road

Every child deserves to enjoy their sport.

Upcoming Events

Our Events calendar includes local UK Coaching workshops, Emergency First Aid courses, National Governing Body qualifications and other relevant local training opportunities.

Level 4 Specialist Postural Stability Instructor in The Prevention of Falls qualification

25 Apr 20

Level 4 Specialist Postural Stability Instructor in The Prevention of Falls qualification

University of Worcester, St. Johns Campus, Henwick Grove, Worcester, WR26AJ

The L4 Specialist Postural Stability Instructor in The Prevention of Falls qualification (PSI) is the... Read More »

30 Jun 20

Worcestershire Summer Games

B61 7DU

Worcestershire Summer School Games

Active Herefordshire & Worcestershire - How to support, develop and keep your Workforce through the current crisis

01 Jul 20

Active Herefordshire & Worcestershire - How to support, develop and keep your Workforce through the current crisis

Zoom Webinar

This is the third webinar in Active Herefordshire & Worcestershire’s COVID-19 club offer series, aiming... Read More »

01 Jul 20

Herefordshire Summer School Games

HR4 9UD

Herefordshire Summer School Games - Rounders, Softball, Girls Football, Kwick Cricket, Tennis, Seater... Read More »

Case Studies

"It is so rewarding!" Alan Gormley, an Inspiring Leader

"It is so rewarding!" Alan Gormley, an Inspiring Leader

Alan Gormley was highlighted as an excellent nomination through the Sports Partnership Herefordshire and Worcestershire's Active Community Heroes scheme. His involvement with walking hockey led to recognition within the 'Inspiring Leader' category.

#HEREGIRLSCAN: Carly Jacob - Coach

#HEREGIRLSCAN: Carly Jacob - Coach

As part of #HereGirlsCan 2020 Herefordshire FA are taking the opportunity to highlight and celebrate the contribution women and girls' are making to football in Herefordshire.

Callum completes HHFS programme and transforms his lifestyle

Callum completes HHFS programme and transforms his lifestyle

"Callum is the definition of the positive impact that being active can make on individuals."

Couch to 5K Changed Helen's Life

Couch to 5K Changed Helen's Life

"I've gained a sense of self belief, pride, confidence, new friends, a way to manage my anxiety & it has helped to bring a sparkle back I didn't even know was missing."

Cydney's Skating Success

Cydney's Skating Success

"Skating is an escape for me as I can just lose myself in the music of my program" - Ice Skating helped Cydney to manage her anxiety.

Dan's Wheelchair Tennis Story

Dan's Wheelchair Tennis Story

Since joining Pershore Tennis Centre, Dan's confidence has soared. "It's the best thing I have ever done."

Happier, Healthier, Fitter, Stronger (2017)

Happier, Healthier, Fitter, Stronger (2017)

Healthier, Happier, Fitter, Stronger (HHFS) was a programme developed and run in partnership with Active Herefordshire and Worcestershire, Worcestershire CRC and Mettabox CrossFit Droitwich.

Kirstie Ruane

Kirstie Ruane

"I have some amazing mentors giving me constant help and advice, and opportunities to coach and learn. I'm excited about a whole new future."

Michelle's Shape Up Story

Michelle's Shape Up Story

Thanks to the Wyre Forest Shape Up programme, Michelle has lost 3 stone, feels great and her blood pressure has returned to a health range!

Staying active was my key to recovery, says Di

Staying active was my key to recovery, says Di

I did get tired much more quickly and my muscles were weaker, but I stayed sane thanks to exercise. I believe I recovered more quickly thanks to it.

This Girl Can has helped transform my life!

This Girl Can has helped transform my life!

When visiting Worcester Woods' International Women's Day Parkrun, Bron & Beth heard of a volunteer's inspiring story to physical activity.

Thomas' Visually Impaired Yoga Story

Thomas' Visually Impaired Yoga Story

This Satellite Club provides the opportunity for inactive visually impaired young people to engage in regular yoga sessions.

Through a visually impaired yoga programme, Thomas has improved his confidence, balance and mental health.

Venue: Royal National College for the Blind