Leading places: making the most of your cultural and sport assets

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26/02/2014

LGA and cCLOA annual Culture, Tourism and Sport conference 2014

Date/Time: 03 March 2014 13:00 – 04 March 2014- 15:30
Venue: Guildhall Square, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO1 2AB

Local authorities play a crucial role in providing, supporting and developing leisure and cultural opportunities.  The challenge is fulfilling this role in times of highly aggressive cost reduction requirements.  There is no ‘one size fits all’ solution to the challenges and opportunities in this sector from a legal perspective.

This flagship LGA/ cCLOA conference will bring together Members and Officers who are leading culture, tourism and sport to debate and access the latest innovative practice about how we make the most of our culture, heritage and sport assets to improve places and put them at the heart of local plans to drive growth. In tough financial times, how can we make the most of our culture, heritage and sport assets?

The Walker Morris Leisure Team will be exhibiting at the LGA / cCLOA Conference and will be catching up with clients and key industry contacts at their exhibition stand (Stand 9).

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Who should attend?

Leaders; Chief Executives; Members and Officers responsible for: cultural services, the arts, libraries, museums and archives, tourism, leisure, heritage, recreation, economic development, regeneration

For information on how to book, please click here  or contact events@local.gov.uk

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