Cork County Council seeks public’s views on culture and creativity
Cork County Council is inviting people to share their views, ideas and suggestions about culture and creativity in County Cork.
A series of public meetings will be held online and across the county during August as part of the new Cork County Culture and Creativity Strategy 2023 – 2027.
The strategy aims to broaden access to and participation in cultural and creative activities in County Cork. It will provide a road map for how culture and creativity can be used to strengthen community wellbeing, social cohesion and economic development over the next five years.
The Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr Danny Collins is encouraging people to have their say:
“We are delighted to welcome the views and suggestions from people on what culture and creativity means for them and their families in their local area and communities. The past few years have highlighted how much our culture and the ability to creatively express oneself means to us. The new strategy will be inclusive and mindful of the impact that culture and creativity can have on the wellbeing of individuals, communities and people visiting our wonderful county.”
Public meetings will take place in August in Mallow, Bandon and Cork County Council Chamber.