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Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden had the opportunity to join the Summer Reading Challenge and Summer of Fun activities at Merthyr Library this week.
- 94% of Wales’ cultural organisations surveyed say £108m Cultural Recovery Fund had played a part in their survival
- Fund helped safeguard 2,700 jobs
- UK-first Freelancer Fund played crucial role in supporting freelancers to remain working in their sector.
It’s in the game: First ever Welsh Esports team head to the Commonwealth Esports Championships, supported by Creative Wales
The first ever Welsh e-sports team are heading to the 2022 Commonwealth Games’ Esports Championships in Birmingham to compete in the prestigious inaugural main event, thanks to support from the Welsh Government’s Creative Wales agency.
The First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford and Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden have sent a message of good luck to Team Wales before the start of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden has visited Chepstow Racecourse to see how Horse Racing in Wales is recovering following the Covid pandemic, and to hear about aspirations for future growth.
This weekend (9 July) will see the launch of the Summer Reading Challenge in Wales - a much loved initiative to keep children reading over the summer holidays.
Deputy Minister bangs the drum for Welsh music: Funding to help Wales music sector hit the right note
The Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden visited Ratio:Production in Aberbargoed to see how the Creative Wales Music Capital Fund has helped to grow the business and their services to the music and events industry.
A new BBC One prime time crime thriller is being filmed across South Wales and today Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden had a behind the scenes look at filming at the iconic Enfys studios in Cardiff – and met with the trainees working on the production.
On Armed Forces Day, the Welsh Government has announced the continuation of the Armed Forces Free Swimming scheme.
The Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden today visited Porth y Rhaw, St Davids, where Dyfed Archaeological Trust are leading a team to learn more about the site – which due to coastal erosion is quickly being lost to the sea.
More support will be available for Welsh film thanks to a new and simplified Welsh Government funding package which will help create quality jobs in the sector and generate at least £12m for the Welsh economy over the next two years, Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden, announced today.
Members of a new expert panel to pave the way for the devolution of communications and broadcasting powers to Wales has today been announced by the Welsh Government.