07 Mar 2012
This conference was held at the Mercure Cardiff Holland House Hotel and Spa, Cardiff
With the Olympic and Paralympic Games; Diamond Jubilee; Cultural Olympiad and countless local activities and celebrations, 2012 is going to be a huge year for local culture, tourism and sport services.
But coming hot on the heels of the toughest financial settlement in a generation, and with budget pressures continuing, how can services exploit the opportunities of 2012 and beyond?
- How have libraries, museums, sports and arts services adapted to budget pressures?
- How are councils working with volunteers, social enterprises and the private sector to improve efficiency?
- How can culture, tourism and sport improve public health, inspire children and young people to learn about and boost the economy?
Online viewers will hear from the foremost experts and thinkers in the field, including:
- Hugh Robertson MP, Minister for Sport and the Olympics;
- Rt Hon Harriet Harman MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and Shadow Deputy Prime Minister;
- Nick Capaldi, Chief Executive, The Arts Council of Wales;
- Jenifer Littman MBE, Chief Executive, Tourism for All UK;
- Dame Jenny Abramsky CBE, Chair, Heritage Lottery Fund;
- Sean Holt, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity.
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Day 1 - 07 Mar 2012
Cllr Andrew Lewer, Deputy Chairman, LGA Culture, Tourism and Sport Board
Hugh Robertson MP, Minister for Sport and the Olympics
Questions and discussion: Session 1
Welcome to Cardiff
Councillor Flick Rea, Chair, LGA Culture, Tourism and Sport Board; Cllr Professor Delme Bowen, The Rt Hon The Lord Mayor of Cardiff
Culture, tourism and sport – all to play for? Panel discussion
Chaired by: Richard Hunt, Chair of CLOA | Jenifer Littman MBE, Chief Executive, Tourism for All UK | Nick Capaldi, Chief Executive, The Arts Council of Wales | Sean Holt, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity
Good practice workshop 1: Future Libraries
Chaired by: Cllr Florence Nosegbe, Cabinet Member for Culture, Sport and 2012, London Borough of Lambeth and LGA Culture, Tourism and Sport Board Member Nicky Morgan, Director, Libraries, Arts Council England; Cllr David Pugh, Leader, Isle of Wight Council.
Good practice workshop 2: Boosting the visitor economy
Chaired by: Cllr Brendan Jameson, Leader, South Lakeland District Council and LGA Culture, Tourism and Sport Board Member | Louise Stewart, Partnerships and Performance Director, VisitEngland; Jason Freezer, Head of Destination Management, VisitEngland; Councillor Kevin Lynes, Cabinet Member for Regeneration & Economic Development, Kent County Council.
Working with the civil society
Annemarie Naylor, Head of Assets, Locality (Good practice workshop, session one)
Innovation in local heritage
Councillor Andrew Lewer, Deputy Chair, LGA Culture, Sport & Tourism Board and Leader of Derbyshire County Council
Transfers to workshops
Transforming services: superfast broadband and digital inclusion
Councillor Graham Powell, broadband champion and Enterprise & Culture Cabinet Support Member, Herefordshire Council; Councillor Nick Small, Cabinet Member for Employment and Skills, Liverpool City Council; Ros Lloyd, Corporate Marketing Managing, Liverpool Vision. (Good practice workshop, session two)
2012 – A year of golden opportunity
Kathryn Richards, Chief Communications Officer, Cardiff Council; Chris Perks, Director, Local Relationships, Sport England. (Good practice workshop, session two)
Supporting entertainment locally
Improving museums and archives
Oliver Morley, Chief Executive, The National Archives; Councillor Ken Maddock, Leader, Somerset County Council; Headley Swain, Director, Museums and Renaissance, Arts Council England. (Good practice workshop, session two)
Close of day one
Day 2 - 08 Mar 2012
Conference welcome back
David Moorcroft OBE, Former Chief Executive of UK Athletics and Chair, West
Questions to David Moorcroft OBE
Transfer to workshop rooms
Political leadership in tough times
Professional leadership in tough times
Refreshments and exhibition viewing
Rt Hon Harriet Harman QC MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport and Shadow Deputy Prime Minister
Questions and discussion
Dame Jenny Abramsky CBE, Chair, Heritage Lottery Fund
Questions and discussion and final remarks