We're working with the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Organising Committee to deliver successful lawn bowls, para bowls and the start and finish of the cycling road race events.
Join the volunteer cast for the opening and closing ceremonies
Taking place on 28 July 2022, and broadcast to 1.5 billion people around the Commonwealth, the Opening Ceremony will host a live audience of 30,000 at the newly redeveloped Alexander Stadium.
To be considered for a volunteer role in the Birmingham 2022 Ceremonies, please make your application on the Ceremonies Cast application page.
Royal Leamington Spa Colour Palette
Help develop a new piece of public art for Royal Leamington Spa! What people, places, objects, or things do you think are synonymous with Royal Leamington Spa? Make your suggestions on at - Royal Leamington Spa Colour Palette.
Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Event Schedule
For further information on the events schedule visit Birmingham 2022 Events Schedule.
Work at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
Join the team organising the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Business contract opportunities at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
The portal for all the contract opportunities for Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games:
Warwick District Council are in no way affiliated with the tenders or contacts, but we want to promote the opportunity to local businesses.
St Nicholas Park will host the start and finish of the road cycling events
Approximately 160 cyclists from across the Commonwealth will take part in the men’s and women’s Road Race events. St Nicholas Park, set in 64 acres of stunning landscape with views of the world-famous Warwick Castle, will provide a picturesque backdrop for the two races.
For further Birmingham2022 information, latest news and business opportunities, visit the Birmingham2022 website.
Warwick District Council contact
Commonwealth Games Programme Manager
Commonwealth Games 2022 contact form
Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (CWLEP)
A total of £1.8 million has been awarded to Warwick District Council from Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (CWLEP) for infrastructure improvements.