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Culture, Media and Sport - Minutes of Evidence

Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 5 April 2005.


Oral evidence

Taken before the Culture, Media and Sport Committee

on Tuesday 5 April 2005

Members present:


Sir Gerald Kaufman, in the Chair
Chris BryantAlan Keen
Mr Frank DoranRosemary McKenna
Michael FabricantDerek Wyatt
Mr Nick Hawkins



In the absence of the Chairman, Alan Keen was called to the Chair



CONTENTS

Memorandum submitted by the Central Council for Physical Recreation (CCPR)

Memorandum submitted by Local Government Association

APPENDIX A

Witnesses: Prof Margaret Talbot OBE, Chief Executive, Central Council for Physical Recreation; Mr Charles Stringer, Chairman, Hertfordshire Junior Cricket Committee, and President, Nazeing Common Cricket Club; Ms Linda Neal, Honorary Secretary, Sheppey Rugby Football Club; Mr Dan Bloxham, Head Coach, All England Lawn Tennis Club; and Mr Peter Baveystock, Chairman, Hounslow Sports Forum, examined.

Question Numbers

1-19

20-29

Supplementary memorandum submitted by CCPR

Memorandum submitted by the Rugby Football Union

APPENDIX 1

APPENDIX 2

APPENDIX 3

APPENDIX 4

APPENDIX 5

APPENDIX 6

Memorandum submitted by the Football Association

Memorandum submitted by the England and Wales Cricket Board

Memorandum submitted by the Lawn Tennis Association

Witnesses: Mr Francis Baron, Chief Executive, Rugby Football Union; Mr Brian Barwick, Chief Executive, the Football Association; Mr David Collier, Chief Executive, the England and Wales Cricket Board; and Mr John Crowther, Chief Executive, the Lawn Tennis Association, examined.

Question Numbers

30-39

40-51

Memorandum submitted by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport

Memorandum submitted by Sport England

Witnesses: Rt Hon Estelle Morris, a Member of the House, Minister of State, Mr Paul Heron, Head of Sports, Department for Culture, Media and Sport; Lord Carter of Coles, a Member of the House of Lords, Chairman, and Mr Roger Draper, Chief Executive, Sport England, examined.

Question Numbers

52-59

60-69


 
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