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Sport and sustainability[edit | edit source]

Resources[edit | edit source]

  • Start a neighbourhood cinema,
  • Street Party, promoting street parties, which are a chance for people to enjoy their street without traffic for a day, and encouraging neighbourliness across the UK
  • Ten steps to running your own Ideas Farm, November 2012, Wellington H2A

News and comment[edit | edit source]


UK arts' leading figures join call for green recovery from coronavirus crisis.[1] Jun 22


Royal Shakespeare Company to end BP sponsorship deal.[2] Oct 2

Royal Shakespeare Company threatened with boycott over BP sponsor.[3] Sep 26

Some highlights from the latest manifesto of The Movement for Cultural Democracy, Jan 8[4]


"The mission is to remind people what they have in them already": Common Wealth are making movements from theatre, Sep 3[5]


Arts and culture sector realises 'intrinsic' value of sustainability, Nov 25[6]


Introducing… The Cantignorus Chorus![7]


Idle thoughts[8] ; Idling benches and the Sheffield Riddle Trail[9]

See also[edit | edit source]

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