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New £250m fund for culture launched in UK

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The UK government has launched a new £250 million fund for the culture and creative sector, which will benefit innovative cultural projects, libraries, and museums.

“Creative and cultural institutions are at the heart of our communities.”

– Culture Secretary, Nicky Morga</footer

More than £125 million of the fund will be invested in regional museums and libraries around the country, with more than £90 million given to extend the Cultural Development Fund. A further £18.5 million of the Culture Investment Fund (CIF) has been allocated to York's National Railway Museum.

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