Natural England and Clinton Devon Estates announce extension to Pebblebed Heaths National Nature Reserve to promote natural connections and biodiversity.
In the wake of social media debate about an Arts Professional report on updates to our relationship framework for funded organisations, we wanted to clarify the reason for the changes we made, and - for the absolute avoidance of doubt - our position on freedom of expression, for artists and organisations.
Today's new report considers what the impact has been on activity levels and the wider sector as a whole.
The last stretch of King Charles III England Coast Path in Northumberland officially opened in August, adding 38 miles (61km) to the path.
The new-look programme replaces Club Matters and will give volunteers and professionals working in community sport and physical activity the support and resources they need to thrive
Our role as a statutory consultee saw 95% of all concluded planning applications involving playing fields result in the protection or improvement of facilities.
We've published our latest Active Lives Children and Young People survey that covers the 2022-23 academic year
Cancer signs on urinal mats in pubs and football grounds, as part of major new NHS cancer catching drive
Urinal mats in public places in England will begin to carry blood in pee cancer warnings for men, as part of a major new NHS earlier diagnosis drive.
English National Opera ENO and Greater Manchester announce new working partnership to develop a new home for the opera c
The partnership will see ENO and Greater Manchester work together on plans to bring the company's globally renowned cultural offer to a main base in the city-region by 2029.
Our Small Grants Programme is now open to applications for storm relief funding from organisations in the areas most affected
Natural England will support the delivery of measures to accelerate nature recovery, and improve access to the natural world
We're investing a further £250 million into this groundbreaking and innovative work.
We've distributed £20.3 million of Government money to local authorities to ensure swimming pools stay open.
Let's Lift the Curfew highlights the concerns women feel when getting active outdoors after dark and follows a parliamentary roundtable to address the issue.
The creative economy in Portsmouth will benefit from a six-figure investment from our National Lottery Place Partnerships Fund.
Over 1,000 miles of the King Charles III England Coast Path completed as Ramsgate to Whitstable stretch is officially opened.
Site brings together 31 existing nature sites with more than 400 hectares of additional land.
Route in King Charles III's name opens between East Head to Shoreham-by-Sea.
Our Chair Chris Boardman will say action is essential at today's Blue Earth Summit in Bristol
Go! London has awarded more than £2 million in grants to projects that will transform the lives of thousands of young Londoners.
Next steps for the nutrient mitigation scheme confirmed, adding to the 50,000 new homes nationwide already with mitigation agreed.
An additional 8.41 hectares of lowland wet heath at Finglandrigg Woods near Carlisle has been recognised for its importance for nature and the local community.
Derby-based property developer ordered to pay £14,435.17 for breaching conditions of an European Protected Species Bat Mitigation Licence.
Sport England announced in August that the national governing body faced derecognition after a review found they didn't meet the Sports Councils' Recognition Policy criteria.
The statement will help us understand how our relationship with sport and physical activity changes over our lifetime and is shaped by our experiences and our opportunities to be active.