About the Games

Hello and welcome!

Hello and welcome to the Sutton Coldfield Community Games website. Thank you for stopping by! This is where you’ll find everything you need to know about this annual jam-packed weekend of activity and inspiration – from finding out what the Sutton Games is about, details on the 80+ sports and activities you will be able to try (for free!), and our latest news.

2018 will be the sixth Sutton Games and once again there will be lots happening. Additions to the itinerary will be added regularly as we approach the summer, so bookmark us, sign up for our newsletter, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news.

We look forward to seeing you at Wyndley on 7th and 8th July 2018!

Latest News

New sponsor set to make a splash for Sutton Games!

A local business is set to make a splash at this year’s Sutton Coldfield Community Games after signing up to sponsor the popular event.

Boldmere-based Sutton Spas has dived straight in at the deep end with a commitment to support the Sutton Games both financially and with practical support in the run up to the July event.

The community-minded business joins established sponsors Green & Co, WAA Chosen, The Kick Start Academy, Porsche Sutton Coldfield and Fairfax Multi-Academy Trust, together with the Sutton Coldfield Charitable Trust, whose consistent commitment to the Sutton Games has been an instrumental influence on the event’s growth and success since being founded in 2012.

Sutton Spas, which sells, maintains and rents hot tubs from its premises on Boldmere Road, are no strangers to supporting community events, with the team currently preparing for a heroic effort to push a hot tub around the Great Midlands Fun Run on 3rdJune!

Buddy Sutton Spa

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Commonwealth calling for Sutton Games team

The Sutton Coldfield Community Games has caught the attention of the organising team of the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.

Already recognised as being a ‘jewel in Birmingham’s crown’, the Sutton Games caught the eye of the team preparing for the Commonwealth Games welcome home celebration, which took place on Saturday.

Founder Dennis Kennedy was invited to work with Sport Birmingham, event producer Caroline Davis – who is also responsible for the Concert in the Park – and the 18 national associations for each of the sports featured in the Commonwealth Games to provide a ‘taster activities’ during the celebrations.



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