Discover how much money the arts in England recieve

Discover how much money the arts in England recieve

Since it was set up in 1994 the UK National Lottery has given £2 billion to the arts, and within England it is the Arts Council England that decides who that money goes to. Between 2011 and 2015 the Arts Council England will allocate £1 billion from the National Lottery and £1.4 billion from public coffers raised through taxes.

This is a lot of money and you may be wondering where this money ends up. So to help you see where this money goes we have created a fun interactive map of arts funding spending:

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If you run a website and want to give your visitors some interactive content that will engage and inform then why not embed this map on your site? All you have to do is copy the code below the interactive map and paste it on one of your site’s pages, easy-peasy!

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