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    23 West Midlands arts groups lose funding from Arts Council


    Arts organisations in the West Midlands will receive £132.6 million over three years from April 2012 under the Arts Council England’s new funding system.
    Across the region 51 groups, including eight newcomers, will benefit from the cash - but 23 organisations previously funded will lose out entirely, including Malvern Theatre.
    Read the entire story at the Birmingham Post.


    Posted by Birmingham Budget Cuts on 1:56 PM. Filed under . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0

    1 comments for 23 West Midlands arts groups lose funding from Arts Council

    1. It’s a pity that our government doesn’t support talented people. They need really a lot of money for equipments and for their development. Financing borrowers with low credit have to search where to take money. Many of them are really poor. Other tries to find trusted lender. Our government has to pay attention on talented people who are the face of the country.

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