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North East Case for Culture online consultations for the heritage sector

Join the North East Culture Partnership and Historic England for an online consultation forum for the heritage sector.

On 24 and 25 March we want to hear from the full range of the heritage sector, built and intangible so we are fully aware of the issues required to ensure the people, places, traditions, buildings, and stories of our region continue to be celebrated by communities today.

The Case for Culture is the framework for the development and growth of the arts and heritage sectors from 2015-2030. In 2022 it is being refreshed through consultation with the region’s heritage and arts organisations, practitioners, and stakeholders.

“Culture makes a huge contribution to the region and plays a vital role in all our lives. As we look to rebuild from the impact of the pandemic, the North East Culture Partnership is renewing our Case for Culture, setting out an ambitious vision for what we can achieve working together through the cultural sector to benefit all our communities.” Professor Jane Robinson, Co-Chair of North East Culture Partnership

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These consultations will be held online via Zoom.

Choose the session based on where you are based or do most of your work. If you aren’t able to make a daytime slot, you can also book to attend the evening slot on 24 March, 7:30pm.

Tees Valley, 24 March, 10am

Northumberland, 24 March, 12pm

Tyne & Wear, 25 March, 10am

County Durham, 25 March, 12pm

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