Welsh Government launches fund to support creative freelancers
- 29th September 2020
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A £7 million fund has been set up to provide grants to creative freelancers in Wales who have been affected by Covid-19.
The support will open for applications on Monday 5th October and will run over two phases. Individuals can apply for a £2,500 grant and are asked to check their eligibility before the application process opens by visiting the Eligibility Checker for the Cultural Recovery Fund.
The fund will be open to freelancers working in the arts, creative industries, arts and heritage events, culture and heritage, whose work has direct creative/cultural outcomes.
Further information on the scheme including guidance and a set of frequently asked questions will be made available before the Fund launches.
For more information please read the full press release.
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