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We want to know what you think about how Arts and Culture can help Bedford Borough become a place where there are even more opportunities for people, communities, and business to get involved, grow and realise their potential.

Bedford Borough Council have secured investment from Arts Council England, for a team led by The Higgins, Bedford with Full House Theatre , BedPop and us here at Bedford Creative Arts, to consult with local people at events, on social media and through an online survey.

There will be plenty of opportunities to get involved, starting with our survey to be completed by 16th June and followed by a series of events to be held over two weeks on the 6th  & 14th June.

To book your free place for the event on the 14th June at The Place Theatre, Bedford click here.
Find out more at the Bedford Exchanges website.

This work is supported by Arts Council England and led by Emma Wilcox Associates.



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