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CULT Cymru are surveying Union members working in the creative sectors in Wales, to find out more about how they’ve been affected by Covid-19.

The Prime Minister has announced that the easing of coronavirus restrictions in England will be delayed due to a rise in Covid-19 cases.

The Welsh Government announced today that it will be investing £53 million to help Wales’ diverse culture sector deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Wales & South-West England Regional Organiser, Andy Warnock, reports on how the region has been, “engaging and meeting with Welsh Government ministers and officials on a regular basis for several months,” and what they hope to achieve.

Outdoor live performance in front of audiences permitted in England under new Government performing arts guidance.

Wales TUC have received numerous worrying reports of BME workers facing discrimination in Welsh workplaces during the coronavirus crisis, and are working to identify the scale and complexity of the problem.

CULT Cymru has partnered with the Professional Development Centre, Wales to deliver an exciting Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) endorsed coaching and mentoring programme.

Many live music venues are having to fundraise to secure their futures, here is a list of crowdfunders that have been set up for venues which have signed up to our Fair Play scheme. If you are in a position to donate, or to share their crowdfunders on your social channels, please do.