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How Saheli Hub is encouraging more Asian women to take up running

First published 9th October 2019 on Runners Word: Rick Pearson Head to Balsall Heath, a working-class area of Birmingham, on certain nights of the week...

‘Represent’ are on the lookout for Artists [Guest Blog]

The People’s Heritage Co-operative and our community partners are seeking Artists to support a community heritage project, ‘Represent’. There are two separate commissions available for...

Meet the women with a passion for cycling

Birmingham-based photographer Alison Baskerville has been documenting the experiences of women and non-binary people with a passion for cycling. “I wanted to create a piece...

Getting children on the bike for the first time: Shaf’s story

Distributed through schools and communities alongside programmes; Go Ride, Ride Active and Bikeability and through local Community Cycle Clubs, the loaned bikes have enabled a...

How being with a group helped Judith-Anne conquer The Active Parks Couch to 5k

‘Group activity’ is a phrase that can instil fear in some people, but the additional benefits of group compared to solo exercise can make it...

Motivating families to be active: Fahd and Hecham’s story

The HSBC UK Bike Bank loan scheme has helped motivate many families to be more active and get outside, creating a new social activity to...

New community project set to launch in Buckfastleigh with support of The Active Wellbeing Society

Be Buckfastleigh is a collaborative community project with the people of Buckfastleigh to develop new activities and opportunities within the local area for people to...

Exploring how a community heritage project can impact the health and wellbeing of people [Guest Blog]

Guest Blog by: Rachel Gillies Our partners at The Active Wellbeing Society have been supporting Represent as we explore how a community heritage project can impact on...

Growing out of a bike, what next? Kabir’s story

Understanding that children grow out of bikes as they do with clothes and shoes, the HSBC UK Bike Bank is a long-term loan scheme. The...

Walking with others – Josephinas story

Whether you walk much or not, the chances are you spend more time walking alone rather than with other people. However, walking can become a...