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Help shape cultural strategy

Southampton City Council would like the public’s views on their draft Cultural Strategy, 2021-2031.


The consultation, open until Sunday 31st October, outlines details of the proposed draft vision, goals, priorities and investment opportunities.


The strategy covers heritage and arts, visiting museums, galleries, archives and libraries; attending theatres, events and festivals; taking part in music, dance and other forms of self-expression; participating in volunteering to look after heritage assets including parks and gardens, or the cultural activities undertaken in local communities.


Cllr Spiros Vassiliou, Cabinet Member for Communities, Culture & Heritage, said: “Having a cultural provision and opportunities that are inclusive and representative of the diversity of our communities and the needs of people across the generations is incredibly important. We welcome your reflections and feedback.”


The questionnaire can be found at www.southampton.gov.uk/consultations/draft-cultural-strategy-2021. Paper copies can also be requested at any Southampton library.

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