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The Future of Culture, Tourism and Sport
22 Sep 2011
7th National Conference. To be held at Westminster Studio, London SW1
The culture, tourism and sport sector is facing evermore challenging times as budgets are cut, services are redesigned and decentralisation is realised. In this time of austerity it is more important than ever to explore best practice in delivering services, partnership working and localism to ensure that benefits are realised. This conference will bring together senior officers and elected members with local partners and national development agencies explore best practice in developing and delivering services within the culture, tourism and sport sector.
Nigel Lynn, Deputy Chief Executive, Spelthorne Borough Council; Immediate Past Chair, Chief Cultural and Leisure Officers Association (CLOA)
Welcome and introduction from Conference Chair

Derrick Anderson CBE, Chief Executive, London Borough of Lambeth
Keynote address: The future of culture, tourism and sport

Anne Ibrahim, Executive Director, Big Society Works
Culture, tourism, sport and the Big Society

Cllr Chris White, Chair, Culture, Tourism and Sport (CTS) Programme Board, LG Group
Leading local culture, tourism and sport services in challenging times

Questions and discussion: Session 1
Refreshments, networking and exhibition
Sue Drew, Director of Public Health, NHS Knowsley and Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council
The integration of public health into local government: the opportunities and challenges for culture, leisure and community health

Ufi Ibrahim, Chief Executive, British Hospitality Association
Localism and tourism: Barriers to Growth

Professor Steve Fothergill, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR); Sheffield Hallam University
Tackling local worklessness through culture, tourism and sport

Panel discussion: Linking 'local' and 'strategic' to culture, tourism and sport
Iain Varah, Chair, National Culture Forum; Chief Culture, Sport, Community Learning Officer, London Borough of Redbridge.

Buffet lunch, networking and exhibition
Stream 1: Culture Working with cultural partners to promoted the worklessness agenda through apprenticeships, voluteering and commissioning
Working with cultural partners to promote the worklessness agenda through apprenticeships, voluteering and commissioning: Sarah Elderkin, Team Leader, Cultural Economy, Manchester City Council; Place making: cultural regeneration: Professor David Coslet, Executive Dean, Faculty of Arts, University of Plymouth.

What's on now:
Stream 2: Tourism
Local Enterprise Partnerships and tourism: David Friesner, Area Director, South Yorkshire, Welcome To Yorkshire; Developing new ways to protect local heritage: Dave Batchelor, Head of Local Authority, English Heritage.

Stream 3: Sport
Update on Sport England Strategy Consultation and London 2012 Mass Participation Legacy: Ruth Alleyne, Strategic Lead- Local Government, Sport England; Ensuring a fit for purpose workforce to deliver the outcomes in cold economic climates: Sean Holt, Chief Executive, The Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity updates.

Refreshments, networking and exhibition
James Brindle, Culture and Health Manager, East Lindsey District Council
Best practice in securing grant aid and developing partnerships to drive economic development using culture and sport

Matthew Tanner MBE, Director and Chief Executive, SS Great Britain and Chair, The Association of Independent Museums
Making way to the private sector: commerciality versus community interest in the independent sector

Mark Sesnan, Managing Director, Greenwich Leisure Ltd
Case Study: Spinning out of the public sector to initiate mutuals and social enterprise in service delivery

Jane Hannah, National Volunteer and Participation Manager, England and Wales Cricket Board
Volunteering in culture, tourism and sport

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