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People love Wales when they visit – new research shows

People who take a holiday in Wales say they’re very satisfied with their experiences in the country, new research published by Visit Wales today shows.

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Game on: Welsh companies leading the way at the Game Developers Conference

Some of Wales’ leading games development and software companies have been in San Francisco this week at the gaming industry's largest annual gathering, thanks to Creative Wales and Welsh Government support.

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Exploring Wales this Easter

Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport Dawn Bowden is encouraging people to visit Wales this Easter, as she was the first to officially tour a new multi-million pound visitor attraction in Carmarthenshire.

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New Chair for Arts Council of Wales announced

Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden has today announced the appointment of Maggie Russell as the new Chair of the Council of the Arts Council of Wales.

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The sky’s the limit in Swansea for new tourism venture

The Welsh Government has today announced a £4 million investment to bring a major new world-class Skyline tourism attraction to Swansea.

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Enjoy historic adventures with Cadw this Easter

Cadw has announced an array of fun family events taking place at many of its historic sites this Easter bank holiday weekend (8–10 April 2023).

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Cadw joins forces to tackle heritage crime in Wales

The Welsh Government’s historic environment service, Cadw is joining forces with the police and other agencies to tackle heritage and cultural property crime in Wales, Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden has today confirmed.

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New funding for Wales-based companies to develop bilingual content for young audiences

More Welsh language animation and live-action programming is set to be developed for children and young people in Wales thanks to a funding boost from the Welsh Government, Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden announced today.

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Wales sea-ing a big boost in cruise calls in 2023

Wales will welcome the highest number of cruise ship calls to date this year, with 91 ships expected to call at Welsh ports.

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More than £5.4m for new Football Museum for Wales in Wrexham

The Welsh Government is providing a further £5.45m for the new Football Museum for Wales in Wrexham.

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Getting the basics right - £5 million tourism fund launched

The Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden, has today launched a £5m Brilliant Basics tourism fund for 2023-2025.

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New funding awarded to projects to improve skills in Wales’ Creative Sector

  • £1.5 million to be shared among 17 projects
  • Projects will help the sector develop the right skills
  • Funding will ensure Wales continues to have a thriving creative sector