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10. Mr. Roger Williams: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport when she expects her Department to respond to the report "Getting serious about play" by the committee chaired by the right hon. Member for Holborn and St Pancras (Mr. Dobson). 
Neither my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State nor I has met the ECB to discuss future matches in Zimbabwe and we have no plans to do so in the near future. As my right hon. Friend the Foreign Secretary said on 6 May, at a joint press
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conference with David Morgan, Chairman of the ECB, and myself: "It is appropriate for the Government to express a view about issues of this kind. We would have preferred the tour to be postponed until the situation in Zimbabwe improves. But it is right that in our system it is for sporting authorities to make the decisions in cases such as this".
It can be difficult to determine precisely the extent of their contribution to reducing social exclusion but a significant number of Lottery-funded projects have helped to regenerate inner cities, create employment and strengthen communities. Glasgow, Maryhill has received over 300 awards totalling over £46,000,000 from the Lottery.
Mr. Pike: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what assessment her Department has made of the use of National Lottery grants in combating social exclusion in Lancashire and the north-west. 
It can be difficult to determine precisely the extent of their contribution to reducing social exclusion but a significant number of Lottery-funded projects have helped to regenerate inner cities, create employment and strengthen communities. Burnley has received over 200 awards totalling over £12,000,000 from the Lottery.
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Mr. Gordon Prentice: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how much was spent on lottery tickets in Pendle constituency in the latest 12-month period for which figures are available; and what the total for lottery awards in Pendle was during the same period. 
Estelle Morris: The National Lottery operator, Camelot, do not collect ticket sales information on a constituency basis and do not routinely collect ticket sales on a postcode basis. They have however been able to provide an updated table detailing sales by postcode area since the lottery began. I am arranging for copies of the updated table to be placed in the Libraries of both Houses. In 200304 there were 26 awards in Pendle to a total value of £998,482.
17. Mr. Gray: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what guidance she has given to English Heritage on the advice it gives to those responsible for bringing town and village halls into compliance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. 
Estelle Morris: The Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport has not issued formal guidance to English Heritage (EH) in relation to implementation of the DDA 1995 to historic properties. EH is the statutory advisor on all aspects of the historic environment. They are fully responsible for assisting owners and occupiers of historic buildings and sites in complying with the requirements of the 1995 Act.
18. Kevin Brennan: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what account she will take during BBC charter renewal of the services provided by the BBC to the nations and regions of the UK. 
Tessa Jowell: The BBC's services to the nations, regions and communities of the UK are central to Charter Reviewindeed my independent adviser, Lord Burns, recently hosted a public seminar on exactly this subject. Full transcripts and video are available from the Charter Review website.
We share with the Department for Education and Skills a Public Service Agreement target to increase the percentage of school children spending a minimum of two hours each week on high-quality PE and school sport within and beyond the curriculum to 75 per cent. by 2006 and 85 per cent. by 2008. A survey of over 6,000 schools in school sport partnerships, published this April, showed that we are making good progress with over 62 per cent. of pupils taking up two hours.
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James Purnell: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport if she will make a statement on the progress made by Creative Partnerships towards the Government's plans to offer a universal cultural entitlement to all children and young people. 
Estelle Morris: The aim of Creative Partnerships is to give children and young people, particularly those living in disadvantaged areas, access to rich and diverse cultural experiences through working directly with artists and other creative professionals. 25 Creative Partnerships have been established so far, with a further 11 due to begin in September 2005. By this time coverage will have extended to 65 local education authority areas. Creative Partnerships is already having a significant impact. By November 2004, there had been over 217,000 attendances by young people at more than 2,500 projects, and the programme had also provided over 141,000 hours of professional development to teachers and creative professionals.