Today (Friday 18 December), Arts Council England and National Lottery Heritage Fund have announced the deadlines for this second round of Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) grants.
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Through grants, free training and projects the programme supports Accredited museums and those Working Towards Accreditation across the wider West Midlands region
The West Midlands Museum Development programme was established in April 2015 with funding from Arts Council England and is managed by Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust.
West Midlands Museum Development will deliver a range of activity to support Arts Council England’s 10 year strategic framework ‘Great Art and Culture for Everyone.’
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Today (Friday 18 December), Arts Council England and National Lottery Heritage Fund have announced the deadlines for the second round of Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) grants.
Keep up to date with West Midlands Museum Development events and a variety of other events regionally and nationally
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