Keep up-to-date with the latest news and information from the Community Games

  • Meet Kevin Brown, our Community Games Ambassador.
    Kevin, aged 58, is an internationally acclaimed athlete with a long list of achievements on his sporting CV. He’s the four-time World Discuss Champion and has represented Royal Sutton Athletic Club and Great Britain at no less than seven World Masters, three European Championships, two Commonwealth Games and at the Sydney Olympics in 2000. He is often…
  • Winter Community Games
    We at the Commuity Games are very excited to announce our first ever WINTER COMMUNITY GAMES! This inaugural event will take place on Monday 19th December and will be delivering an indoor Community Games at the BMet College on Lichfield Road, Sutton Coldfield. The Community Games team feel this will be the perfect, and active,…
  • Boldmere Christmas Festival & Lights Switch On
    This Sunday, 20th November 2022, sees the annual Boldmere Christmas Festival and Lights Switch On and our very own Commuity Games ambassador Kevin Brown will have the honour of switching on the lights. Kevin Brown is an internationally acclaimed athlete with a long list of achievements on his sporting CV, including four time World Discuss Champion.…
  • Amelia Our First Junior Community Games Ambassador
    Inspire Activity, the team behind the Community Games, are excited to introduce you to our first Junior Community Games Ambassador.   Meet Amelia.  Amelia was invited to become the first Junior Community Games Ambassador after attending the Birmingham Children’s Hospital Haematology and Oncology Community Games in May.  It was here that the Inspire Activity team…
  • WIN with the Community Games and Wex Photo Video Birmingham
    This July Inspire Activity, the team behind of the Community Games, will be delivering their first ever Canal and River Trust Community Games.   The Canal & River Trust Community Games will differ from the model normally seen.   This unique event will see sporting activities positioned in two separate hubs: one at Pope Bridge…