The Sutton Games is proud to have the ongoing support of the following groups, charities and companies. Their contribution helps make the Sutton Games better, more inclusive, more relevant and more visible to as many of our town’s population as possible.
Inspire Activity is the business established by Sutton Games founder Dennis Kennedy to help other communities around the UK establish their own Community Games events.
Sport Birmingham is the leading local sports charity working to improve people's lives.
We drive positive change through creating accessible opportunities to help Birmingham residents develop a sport and activity habit that is fully ingrained into their daily lives.
The Sutton Coldfield Chamber of Commerce, part of the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC) is here to connect, support and grow local businesses. Accredited by the British Chambers, we have acted as the voice of local businesses since 1813.
Midland Mencap is a charity which works and campaigns for accessible and inclusive services and a better quality of life for everyone with experience of learning disabilities and additional needs.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital is the UK’s leading specialist paediatric centre, caring for sick children and young people up to the age of 16.
Central Independent Newspapers (CIN) is home to five local newspapers - the Tamworth Herald, Lichfield Mercury, Walsall Advertiser, Sutton Coldfield Observer and Great Barr Observer.
Royal Sutton News is a free to access news and information website covering Sutton Coldfield and the surrounding area. Born out of the hyperlocal news website Sutton Coldfield Local and popular demand after that service was wound down in 2017, Royal Sutton News was launched in February 2018
Ark Media is a multi-award winning film and video production company based in Sutton Coldfield. Ark works with agencies, brands and businesses from across the world - and now the Sutton Games!