cCLOA have published a new guidance document that aims to help commissioners and providers of culture and leisure services understand and engage more effectively and collaboratively with the health and wellbeing agenda.
The East of England Local Government Association is looking for authorities who are adopting a more entrepreneurial approach to delivering services and raising income to speak at a showcase event in March 2014.
Cuts for the DCMS, tax relief extended to theatre's and more funding for primary schools P.E and the GREAT campaign; we take a look at the impact of the Autumn Statement on our sector.
A report by three former arts executives highlights an imbalance between arts funding for London and the regions. This is particularly pertinent in the East, as our region has been in receipt of the lowest level of funding awards per household.
Arts Council England have launched a refreshed version of their 10-year strategy, Great art and culture for everyone.
Helen Grant, the Conservative MP for Maidstone & the Weald, will succeed Hugh Robertson as sports minister. She has been the justice and equalities minister and will keep responsibility for equalities as well as taking on sport.
According to the latest figures from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, Taking Part survey - visits to heritage sites took a tumble last year.
The headline of this year’s local government arts investment survey carried out by Arts Development UK, the body representing local authority arts and culture, is that more than a third of local authorities in England and Wales have no dedicated arts officer and have no direct arts service.
Norfolk & Norwich Festival Bridge's State of the Region report aims to help arts and cultural organisations understand how schools make decisions in regards to their cultural education offer.