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Everyone who delivers charitable services or runs a community venue can make choices to create a positive environmental impact – saving energy and money, reducing waste, and cutting carbon emissions. These practical tips act as a starting point for any charity or community group looking to co-create an environmental action plan with their staff, volunteers and trustees.

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A map to accompany you on your Inclusive Music Practice journey developed as part of Think22 that helped to bring inclusive practice to the forefront of music education in England. The four resources reflect Drake Music’s core organisational approach of Disabled and Non-Disabled educators, musicians

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TryBooking has been supporting schools and music services since 2014 with easy online ticketing and bookings for concerts and performances. We have compiled a list of answers to questions from Music Mark Member in this handy guide.

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Trybooking works with music services across the UK to save hours of time managing all aspects of concert ticketing including managing guests on the night of the concert. Download the presentation slides from this webinar to see examples from other Music Services and get more information on how you can benefit.

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How will you start your carbon management journey? Creative Carbon Scotland has a number of tools and resources to help you measure, monitor and reduce your carbon emissions.

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Measure your impacts with the Creative Climate Tools, developed by Julie’s Bicycle for the creative community.

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Compare learning courses which cover various aspects of music performance, theory, and business.

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This guide is created to help anyone learn how to use people’s correct pronouns and why this is important.

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Get involved in Composition Challenges and submit your compositions to be in the chance of having your students’ compositions performed by London Sinfonietta musicians!

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An interactive, whistle-stop tour of new music and composition! London Sinfonietta musicians and presenter Patrick Bailey explore how to compose and create new music. Listen to pieces by living composers, join in with the performance and hear new works by young people.

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