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AD:uk Cymru meeting: November 13th 2012

Thanks to Lucy Bevan and the hospitality of Powys County Council, our next meeting will be at Y Ganolfan Ddrama / The Drama Centre, Ffordd Tremont / Tremont Road, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 5EB. The telephone number at the centre is 01597 824444 and we will have translation facilities at the meeting.

Carys Wynne, our […]

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Next AD:uk Cymru Meeting

The next AD:uk all-Wales meeting will take place in the Studio at The Drama Centre in Llandrindod Wells on November 13th in Llandrindod Wells, provisionally from 10.00 – 4.00. We would love to see you there. Please put the date in your diaries and let Christine Willison (at christinestories@yahoo.co.uk) know if you would like to […]

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Welsh Arts Performance Indicators

In 2011, Welsh authorities have been piloting a new set of three performance indicators for arts services in local authorities. The PIs have been developed by Arts Development UK and are now being trailed across Wales. The three PIs can be downloaded from the Resources section of the AD:uk website at: http://artsdevelopmentuk.org/resources/library/ (and click the […]

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Minister for Housing, Regeneration and Heritage (Wales)

Labour’s Huw Lewis AM takes up the post as Minister for Housing, Regeneration and Heritage. For a list of the new ministerial team at the National Assembly, click: http://wales.gov.uk/about/cabinet/cabinetm/?lang=en

The Communities First Trust (Wales)

The Communities First Trust is now open to applications from small voluntary organisations with an annual income under £150,000 that are based in a Communities First area. The Communities First Trust Fund (CFTF) aims to support activities that involve local people and provide a positive benefit in their community. Applications are welcome from a range […]

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