The Culture Media and Sport Committee of the House of Commons will hold its next public evidence sessions in the inquiry into National Lottery reform on 27 January and 3 February 2004.
Organisations giving evidence on 27 January will be The National Lottery Commission,
Camelot Group plc, and The People’s Lottery. The Committee has already taken evidence from the Lotteries Council, NCVO and the Coalfield Communities Campaign. Organisations giving evidence on 3 February include The New Opportunity Fund, The Community Fund, Awards for All, Arts Council England, Sport England, Heritage Lottery Fund, and UK Sport.
The inquiry has been instituted because the Committee is interested in the Government’s proposals for reforming the licensing and distribution arrangements for the National Lottery.
The session will take place in the Thatcher Room, Portcullis House, Westminster. Further evidence sessions in this inquiry will be announced in due course.
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