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Thousands of children to benefit from music and arts investment

18th November 2016

The government has announced more than £300 million to help young people from every background enjoy the benefits of music and the arts.

A multimillion pound investment in music and arts education will help hundreds of thousands of young people from all backgrounds enjoy potentially life changing cultural activities, Schools Minister Nick Gibb announced today (18 November 2016).

Over the next 4 years the government will provide £300 million to a network of 121 music education hubs to work with schools, local authorities and community organisations to get more young people taking part in music and arts.

 

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