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About Kintyre Cultural Forum

The Kintyre Cultural Forum is a grassroots organisation set up to support the arts / cultural community in Kintyre. One in eight people in Kintyre are actively involved in culture / arts, which does not include the parents and supporters of the participants.   The main project that the organisation is known for is the successful bi-monthly [...]more →

Welcome to Kintyre Cultural Forum

The Kintyre Cultural Forum is a grassroots organisation set up to support the arts / cultural community in Kintyre. One in eight people in Kintyre are actively involved in culture / arts, which does not include the parents and supporters of the participants.

 

The main project that the organisation is known for is the successful bi-monthly what’s on newsletter. The organisation has undertaken extensive evaluation of the needs of the arts / cultural community in Kintyre with a view to developing a much needed cultural / arts centre in Campbeltown. The group has been involved in putting on performances, running workshops in Kintyre, and representing cultural / arts groups on the assessment panel of the European funding agency, LEADER.

 

Thanks to funding from Awards for All the group is developing new projects such as an interactive website, youth theatres, work in schools, a cultural archive, and links to national and international artists.

 

To contact the Kintyre Cultural Forum email kintyreculturalforum@hotmail.co.uk or deirdre@tiscali.co.uk.

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Kintyre Cultural Forum now has charitable status

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Group bookings for Arthur Smith comedy night July 22nd

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