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A national system for evaluating the quality of artistic work is to become compulsory for many of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Organisations (NPOs).
The Local Government Association is calling for a ‘green prescription’ to be introduced in England and Wales.
MPs on the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Efra) select committee have been told that museums in rural and coastal locations play a “critical role” in the tourist economy.
A new initiative that can help unlock extra funding for arts and heritage projects has been launched.
Matt Hancock made his first major speech on the creative industries, setting out three broad principles for the strategy - success, access and synthesis.
DCMS is also seeking feedback for its review of the museum sector in England.
The Government’s Tourism Action Plan has now been published and includes a series of new initiatives and measures.
The Government has outlined the goals and actions to cut childhood obesity within the next ten years, a figure that currently stands at a third of children between the ages of 2 and 15.
School children will take part in programme in attempt to diversify audiences and attract young people to cultural activities.
The political maelstrom has resulted in a number of high-profile changes likely to affect the culture, sport and tourism sector.