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A Place at the table? : Culture and leisure in modern local government

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Culture is playing its part in the wider corporate agenda. This paper highlights the role that local cultural services are already playing within the agenda for modernising public services. It reviews the present opportunities for the sector to get involved in the modernising process and looks to the future. It draws attention to how cultural services are placed to take advantage of the new vision for public services and the opportunities for local councils within the proposed changes outlined in the local government white paper.

  

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Editor's comments - [  Throughout this document the opportunities for culture to contribute to the wider agenda are highlighted. There are sections covering community strategies; local strategic partnerships; public service agreements, local cultural strategies, and the regional agenda as well as other partnerships and initiatives at present in place.


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Reference : Appleton, D. (2002). A Place at the table? : Culture and leisure in modern local government. London: Local Government Association

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