Cultural Learning Alliance

There is an increasing realisation that the arts are essential to people’s wellbeing and that they provide a lifeline in difficult times

Julian Lloyd-Webber
Musician and Chairman of In Harmony



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Brian Ebbatson
The Hermitage Academy, Chester-le-Street, County D

Peter Smalley
Chief Executive
Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust

Paula Sutton
Bookstart Development Manager

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National Campaign for the Arts

The Sorrell Foundation

Schools Music Association of Great Britain

University of the Arts London Awarding Body

Turner Contemporary



The Sage Gateshead

Historic Royal Palaces

Rainhill High School

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