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The Autumn Statement included a range of boosts for culture, heritage and creativity and also contained some good news for the outdoors.
Public health spending on England's 'inactivity epidemic' will double next year, says a report by ukactive.
New analysis of the Arts Council investment plans has been published by GPS Culture – the team behind the controversial report Rebalancing our Cultural Capital, which first lifted the lid on the imbalance in arts funding between London and the rest of England.
Public Health England (PHE) has now published Everybody active, every day: a framework to embed physical activity into daily life.
The results of the eleventh consecutive annual local authority arts investment survey are now available.
CS3 are looking for a motivated and experienced individual who can drive forward the work of the consortium through relationship management, strategic planning and networking.
The Department for Education has published the first part of its research into the PE and Sport Premium in primary schools.
Arts Development UK and Voluntary Arts are engaged in a scoping project called 'Our Cultural Commons' and want to start this conversation by identifying good practice examples of collaboration in the first instance.
The Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) is currently seeking views on an important sustainable communities agenda - planning for culture, the arts and sport.
Culture First is pleased to be supporting the Cultural Commissioning Learning Programme and is hosting the Eastern region events designed to help build the knowledge and skills needed to engage with public service commissioners.