The West of England Cultural Compact aims to focus and amplify the role of culture in the region, as a driver for economic success, placemaking, community cohesion and personal wellbeing.
The West of England Cultural Compact is an agreement between local and regional government and Arts Council England; to engage with this strategic application of culture, the arts and creativity for the benefit of people in the area.
Wider membership is reviewed on an annual basis enabling the West of England Cultural Compact to remain dynamic and responsive to regional priorities and to reflect the anticipated breadth and depth of cross-sector partnership working.
Chair, West of England Cultural Compact Chair and Vice-Chair, West of England Local Enterprise Partnership
Director, Business and Skills, West of England Combined Authority
Creative and Cultural Programme Lead, West of England Combined Authority
Assistant Vice-Chancellor, Creative and Cultural Industries Engagement, UWE Bristol and Co-Chair, Bristol One City Culture Board
SuperWeston Placemaking Manager, Place Directorate, North Somerset Council
Customer Contact Manager, Department for Environment and Community Services, South Gloucestershire Council
Head of Heritage Services, Bath and North East Somerset Council
Director of Tourism, Visit West
Head of Service for Culture and Creative Industries, Bristol City Council
Fiona MatthewsDirector, Culture Weston
Principal of Bath College
Director, Black SW Network
Assistant Dean Faculty of Creative Arts at Weston College
Chief Executive Officer, WECIL
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Funding and support for small to medium size businesses in the creative sector.