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£4 million worth of grants have been allocated to museums and galleries across England to increase access, improve displays and enhance public spaces as part of the DCMS/Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund.

The Care Quality Commission has announced it will be working with a number of ‘Tell us about your care’ partner organisations: Carers UK, Disability Rights UK, Mind, The National Autistic Society, Patients Association, and the Relatives

The BMA chair, Dr Mark Porter, has said that the government is failing to address a crisis in the NHS and social care and 'falling well short' of its commitment, while the Chief Executive of the King’s Fund, Chris Ham, has questioned go

A physical comedy devised from conversations and improvisations about bereavement - from Moving Pieces theatre company.

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A trial, community-based programme from Age UK has met with significant success, with 88% of the participants experiencing a reduction in loneliness thanks to a mix of co-operative local networks and traditional befriending services.

The Prosper programme will be open to 70 organisations across England, funded by Arts Council England and delivered by Creative United, the Arts Marketing Association (AMA) and the Centre for Business in Society (CBiS at Coventry Univer

The chairs of the Parliamentary Health Committee, Committee of Public Accounts and the Communities and Local Government Committee have jointly written to Teresa May to call for ‘a new political consensus’ to develop long-term solutions

In response to substantial cuts in regional local authority arts funding, the Culture Select Committee has called on the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, Arts Council England, and national arts organisations to ensure better dis