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iMayflower Gets £3.5million From Cultural Development Fund To Improve Plymouth’s Arts And Cultural Industries

By 18th January 2019 April 2nd, 2019 2 Comments

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  • Marc Nash says:

    This all sounds very good but how are you actually going to spend this money and how will it contribute to Mayflower 4oo? Is there a Business Plan available that fleshes out some of the marketing prose into real actions and outcomes? It would be great to have a look at this. Please either send me a copy or let me know where I can find this. Thanks.

    • Lewis Gerry says:

      Hi Marc,

      Our element of the iMayflower money is very specifically for illuminate and Market Hall. The marketing you’re asking about is the broader stuff that Charles Hackett is leading on, so you’ll have to get in touch with Plymouth City Council and Mayflower 400 for further information and conversation.


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