Wakefield District Year of Culture 2024

Year of Culture 2024 – Update

R Hollis

Year of Culture 2024 – Update

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Wakefield Council are pleased to share an update on the developing plans for a Year of Culture 2024 across Wakefield district.

Following engagement with partners, stakeholders and communities in spring 2022 we are now able to share a programme framework containing the core themes we have identified, though consultation, which will underpin the programme. We are continuing the conversation of how we can together create a Year of Culture across this summer – watch this space!

Read the framework: Wakefield Year of Culture 2024 Presentation

Don’t miss attend our upcoming Creative Wakefield Network Gathering on Tuesday, 26th July at CAPA College to find out more!

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