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Almost 90 per cent of people value outdoor spaces like the coast, lakes and waterways as much as they value leisure centres, pitches and courts ... More
The NHS must make use of its funding lifeline in George Osborne’s Spending Review to invest in physical activity initiatives that will help safeguard its ... More
Arts Council England (ACE) and the UK’s national museums and galleries, will not feel the sting of a 5 per cent cut to the Department ... More
Elite sport quango, UK Sport, will receive a 29 per cent increase in government funding to help Britain’s athletes at the 2016 Olympic Games in ... More
England is lining up a bid for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup as it attempts to host the tournament for the sixth time. The ... More
Leisure services supported by public funding are facing significant challenges after it was announced that the Department of Culture, Media and Sport’s (DCMS) administrative budget ... More
Government cuts will be “devastating” to grassroots sport and will banish the legacy of the London 2012 Olympics, according to shadow home secretary Andy Burnham. ... More
A campaign led by the Sport and Recreation Alliance (SRA) is aiming to highlight the value of grassroots sport to the nation ahead of the ... More
Maria Miller has resigned as culture secretary after a lengthy row over expenses, with the tourism industry expressing its sadness at the departure of a ... More
English Heritage is set to receive a financial boost after a government investment of £80m to help establish a charity to care for the National ... More
Chancellor George Osborne has announced that grassroots sport, arts and museums will have to undergo funding cuts as the coalition government looks to curb government ... More
Culture minister Ed Vaizey has told the House of Commons that the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) would not be dissolved. In a ... More
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Bradford’s National Media Museum (NMeM) has announced more details regarding its plans to cut costs and re-emphasise the public offer, with the first phase of ... More
Staff cuts, relocating archives and spending more on exhibitions, galleries and events are among the plans to safeguard the future of Bradford's National Media Museum. ... More
The National Media Museum in Bradford is undertaking a spending review after experiencing a fall in visitor numbers. The three-week consultation will focus on cutting ... More
International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge has praised London's "happy and glorious" Olympic Games after the Closing Ceremony concluded the two-week event. In a speech ... More
The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) is to be dissolved next year, having being earmarked for closure in the 2010 Comprehensive Spending ... More
The Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) policy of providing free entry to the UK's national museums will reach its 10-year milestone tomorrow (1 ... More
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Environment minister Caroline Spelman has admitted that the coalition government is still proposing to sell off 15 per cent of the UK's publicly-owned woodland. Spelman ... More
Northern Ireland culture, arts and leisure minister Nelson McCausland has unveiled a vision for the future development of the Ulster-Scots Academy. A number of measures ... More
A number of Britain's leading arts performers - including Dame Helen Mirren and Jeremy Irons - have warned of the impact that cuts will have ... More
The government has unveiled plans for a phased transfer of state-owned English and Welsh canals and rivers into a proposed new waterway charity. British Waterways' ... More
The government has made more than £8m of funding available for museums and galleries to bid for, as part of its new strategy to match ... More
The government has told Play England that there will be no renewal of its national contracts for play beyond March 2011, when the current ones ... More
A decision to scrap the Olympic Stadium wrap appears to have been reversed after London 2012 organisers invited the private sector to supply the feature. ... More
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