The Culture, Media and Sport Committee are taking further oral evidence from the voluntary sector as part of its inquiry into the Operation of the National Lottery. On 14 December evidence will be presented by Sport England, National Lottery Charities Board, Heritage Lottery Fund, Arts Council of England, National Council for Voluntary Organisations, and Dr Sue Fisher, Director, Centre for Research into the Social Impact of Gambling, Department of Sociology, at the University of Plymouth.
The meeting is open to the press and public and will take place in a Committee Room of the House of Commons.
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