Forthcoming Event

DCMS:  A portrait of Lord Byron’s daughter and a series of humorous videos featuring ladders & doors are among the works in the 4th public display from the Government Art Collection (GAC).  The latest part of the GAC exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery features works chosen by non-political members of staff at Downing Street, as well as archive material related to the collection.

Government Art Collection: Selected by Downing Street Staff, which is FREE for members of the public to view, runs until 10 June 2012.  The Story of the Government Art Collection, which includes rare documents and previously-unseen records, runs until 2 September.

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WAG:  Environment Minister, John Griffiths, has announced that 3 events will open the 870 mile / 1,400km Wales Coast Path on Saturday 5 May 2012 (a Bank Holiday weekend).  Celebratory opening events will be held at Flint Castle in North Wales, Aberystwyth Promenade, Ceredigion in Mid Wales and South Wales’ event will be at Roald Dahl Plass, Cardiff Bay . Detailed arrangements for the events will be announced soon.

Ramblers Cymru are organising the Big Welsh Coastal Walk, to celebrate the official opening of the Wales Coast Path. The Big Welsh Coastal Walk will be a series of led walks along the Coast Path over its opening weekend. The aim is to get as many people as possible walking around the coast of in the largest mass participation event has ever seen. 

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STFC:  Do you work in the health, energy, environment, security or engineering sectors?  Find out how particle accelerators could help your business at our showcase event ('Accelerating Science, Accelerating Business') at the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s  Daresbury Laboratory on 17 April 2012.

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ACE:  The Arts Council and The National Trust have launched the 2012 programme for Trust New Art - a series of exhibitions, events, artists' residencies & commissions which situates work of contemporary artists in National Trust places.  Over 1m visitors have seen Trust New Art at more than 50 National Trust houses, gardens and landscapes across England since the programme began in 2009.

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