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Impact Arts Wins Creative and Cultural Skills Award

Impact Arts is delighted to announce that we won Training Provider of the Year Award at the Creative and Cultural Skills Awards 2015.

The Training Provider of the Year Award celebrates a business or education institution which has demonstrated an innovative approach to developing creative talent.

The ceremony is took place in Essex on Wednesday 4 March 2015 at The Backstage Centre and was attended by our Business Development Director, Lisa Maclean.

She said: She said: "I'm so pleased that Impact Arts won the Training Provider of the Year category and we're delighted to have our creative programmes such as Gallery 37, Creative Pathways and AMP recognised. We really admire the work of Creative and Cultural Skills and share a similar charitable mission so winning means a lot. We were honoured to be up against some really strong competition and had a great time meeting like-minded colleagues at the Awards Ceremony.”

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