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The future of the British Formula 1 Grand Prix -– and British motor racing as a whole – is set to be decided next week ... More
Beginning this month, the Department of Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) is to publish regular statistics on its website regarding visits to the museums and ... More
Bernie Ecclestone, holder of commercial rights to the Formula 1 championship, has axed Silverstone from the 19-strong provisional list of venues for the 2005 F1 ... More
The government has safeguarded the future of the Football Foundation with a £45m package to help fund its work in grassroots football over the next ... More
A programme which will see talented young sports people offered £10,000 scholarships to help them become Olympic and Paralympic medallists, has been announced by culture ... More
As part of SeaBritain 2005, the National Maritime Museum has created an online resource to help maritime organisations develop high-quality, curriculum-relevant material for schools. The ... More
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Up to 160,000 children in five London boroughs are expected to take advantage of a free swimming scheme this summer. The Kids Swim Free scheme ... More
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has announced grants in excess of £850,000 for eleven museums and galleries in the east and south ... More
A committee of MPs has said that government proposals over the operation of gaming machines in its draft Gambling Bill are unfair and could place ... More
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has issued a report saying that the way public body museums collect their additional income in the UK is “ineffective”. ... More
Culture secretary, Tessa Jowell, has today revealed government plans to propel UK tourism from a £76bn a-year to a £100bn a-year industry by 2010. Tomorrow’s ... More
Culture secretary Tessa Jowell has published key guidance for the reform of licensing laws in England and Wales and laid down an order for 7 ... More
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A report published today by the Local Government Association and supported by the DCMS claims that a pilot scheme promoting better inspection and regulation of ... More
MP for Vauxhall and former sports minister, Kate Hoey, is to launch the new Academy of Sport, Physical Activity and Wellbeing at London South Bank ... More
Sir Peter Fry, chair of the Bingo Association, has claimed that government speakers at its recent AGM failed to provide answers on deregulation. He claimed ... More
Museums and galleries in the UK have received a £7m boost from the government with the announcement of funding for educational work. The Department for ... More
Sir William Lawrence, chair of Visit Heart of England, has been appointed to the English Marketing Advisory Board (EMAB). EMAB was created by the DCMS ... More
The European Year of Education through Sport (EYES) 2004 was launched in England on 10 February by minister for schools, Stephen Twigg and minister for ... More
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The European Year of Education through Sport (EYES) 2004 is to be launched in England by minister for schools, Stephen Twigg and minister for sport, ... More
Quintain Estates has announced it will be adding around 1million sq ft to its proposals for the Wembley mixed-used redevelopment, following news this week that ... More
The British, French and Irish are now able to buy tickets for the new European lottery which promises a minimum jackpot of £10m – but ... More
Culture Secretary, Tessa Jowell, has announced that management of Apsley House is to pass to English Heritage. The London home of the Duke of Wellington ... More
The DCMS has responded to media reports that the government intends to slash museums and galleries public grants if they don’t attract more lower-income visitors ... More
Chair of ROC International, Richard Pawley, has been invited to sit on the Tourism Heritage Export Group by the DCMS. The group was set up ... More
A court case brought by the Gaming Board against the Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) concerning the legal status of fixed odds betting terminals (FOBT) ... More
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