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12 February 2016
Rhodri Glyn Thomas is appointed as President of The National Library of Wales.
12 February 2016
Ancient monuments across Wales will benefit from over £100,000 Welsh Government funding.
09 February 2016
The first Wales-only legislation to improve the protection and management of Wales’ unique historic environment is passed by the National Assembly for Wales.
03 February 2016
Free swimming for Armed Forces and veterans is the latest initiative to be launched by the Welsh Government as part of its Package of Support for the Armed Forces Community.
27 January 2016
An independent report looking at solutions to safeguard the long-term future of Wales’ national youth arts ensembles has been published today.
23 January 2016
Baroness Jennifer Randerson to lead a review of heritage services in Wales.
18 January 2016
The Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, Ken Skates has today announced the appointment of Dr Carol Bell as the new Vice President to the Museum’s Board of Trustees.
08 January 2016
Four Welsh archive services will receive funding totalling over £28,000 to undertake vital conservation work.
17 December 2015
The Welsh Government is today publishing a new plan to protect vulnerable places of worship across Wales and find ways in which they can remain a valuable part of community life.
11 December 2015
Deputy Minister visits NoFit State Circus and announces sponsorship to support them to perform in New York
Welsh circus NoFit State will become the first contemporary circus to perform at New York’s St. Ann’s Warehouse thanks in part to a Welsh Government Sponsorship deal.
30 November 2015
The Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism has welcomed the announcement that one of the iconic poppy sculptures will be coming to Wales, to be displayed at Caernarfon Castle next year.
26 October 2015
Historic buildings and war memorials across Wales will benefit from up to £1.2million funding to protect, restore and bring them into modern use for future generations.
22 October 2015
Three new Trustees have been appointed to The National Library’s Board of Trustees.
12 October 2015
Welsh gymnast Frankie Jones is encouraging children and their families to take part in a range of fun indoor and outdoor games as part of a Welsh Government drive to get young people active.
30 September 2015
Ancient monuments across Wales will benefit from over £121,000 of Welsh Government funding to restore and protect them for future generations.
04 September 2015
The Welsh Government has announced plans for an all-Wales library card, which would mean users could borrow and return books in any library across the country.
25 August 2015
The Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism welcomes the publication of an independent report on the future delivery of local museum services in Wales.
04 August 2015
Ministers from Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have united in a pledge to ensure the interests of all three devolved administrations are central to the future of the BBC.
08 July 2015
Wales is set for a summer of varied events which have been supported by the Welsh Government.
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