Wales Election 2016

Wales election issue guide 2016: Culture and sport

Parties listed alphabetically

  • Maintain free entry to museums for residents of Wales
  • Promote sporting participation at all levels and for all ages across Wales
  • Develop a Commonwealth Games bid with Wales as host nation for 2026 or 2030
  • Support the establishment of a football museum in Wrexham
  • Make St David's Day a public holiday
  • Retain free entry to museums
  • Abolish Cadw and devolve responsibility for its properties to local authorities
  • Seaside town regeneration programme
  • Support community arts organisations
  • Protected funding to safeguard rural theatres from local authority budget cuts
  • Support national museums and cultural bodies to develop their Wales-wide education services
  • Encourage growth of local arts associations
  • Introduce local listing to help protect buildings and spaces important to local identity
  • Introduce a "Right to Bid" to allow communities to secure assets important to local identity
  • Campaign to protect funding for S4C and review its remit
  • Allow trials of safe standing areas at football stadia in Wales
  • Increase investment in the arts by introducing a "challenge fund"
  • Determine the possibility of hosting an All-Wales Commonwealth Games in 2026
  • Create "Historic Wales", bringing together many of the commercial functions of the Welsh Historic Environment Service, Cadw and the National Museum of Wales
  • Create and A55 "culture corridor"
  • Create a 'Wales Cultural Endowment' to fund the arts
  • Re-establish the Wales Tourist Board and boost co-ordination of visitor information
  • Bid for the Tour de France and Commonwealth Games, and work with Cardiff Council on a European Capital of Culture bid
  • Protect the grant for the Arts Council of Wales and Wales Arts International

Other policy areas

Agriculture and natural resources

Business

Education

Health and social care

Housing

Key pledges

Local government

Tax

Transport

Welsh language

Related Topics