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The University of Liverpool in London is excited to announce their membership to the Culture Mile Network – an initiative that aims to create a vibrant cultural area in the Square Mile, London.
Over the next 10 to 15 years, Culture Miles’ partners will transform the area between Farringdon to Moorgate, offering a range of activities, including art installations, a community garden, an outdoor programme and events.
The five core Culture Mile partners are:
As part of the Culture Mile Network, the University will play a role in realising the ambitions of Culture Mile, alongside the five core partners. We hope that this relationship will provide exciting opportunities for our students and staff.
Catherine McGuinness, Policy Chairman at the City of London Corporation, said: “We are redefining the City of London, so that the Square Mile becomes known and admired as much for being a world-class destination, as for its position as a leading global financial centre.
“Culture has been at its heart for centuries, alongside commerce, and now more than ever, arts and culture are vital to the UK economy and our position in the world.”
To find out more about Culture Mile, please visit the Culture Mile website.
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