Ministerial Engagements

Culture Media and Sport written question – answered on 24th February 2005.

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Photo of John Gummer John Gummer Conservative, Suffolk Coastal

To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport if she will list the ministerial engagements (a) out of London and (b) in London that she has cancelled since 1 January 2004.

Photo of Tessa Jowell Tessa Jowell The Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

The information requested is listed as follows.

Secretary of State's ministerial engagements out of London that were cancelled and not rearranged 1 January 2004–17 January 2005
Date Engagement
2 July 2004 Visit—Bath University
13 October 2004 Visit—Wilmslow High School
25 October 2004 Dinner—Warwick Business School
10 November 2004 NW Regional Public Health Culture and Health Think Tank, Liverpool
Secretary of State's ministerial engagements in London that were cancelled and not rearranged 1 January 2004–17 January 2005
Date Engagement
9 January 2004 ExCel Exhibition Centre
28 January 2004 Delegation of theatre practitioners, House of Commons
28 January 2004 NOF Veterans Launch, Cabinet War Rooms
15 February 2004 BAFTA Film Awards, Odeon, Leicester Square
27 February 2004 FIFA Dinner, Wallace Collection
5 March 2004 Irish Rugby Reception, Irish Embassy, Grosvenor Place
31 March 2004 Parent Friendly Awards, Central London
7 April 2004 IPPR Dinner Public Interest Companies and Arts Regeneration, London
26 May 2004 "Reaching Out" Reception, Science Museum
8 June 2004 Visit—National Opera Studio, Wandsworth
1 October 2004 The Arts in America, Europe and Russia Conference, Spencer House
11 October 2004 Women of the Year Lunch and Assembly, The Savoy
20 October 2004 Visit—National Opera Studio, Wandsworth
9 November 2004 Dinner hosted by Adrian Friend—TAS scholarships, London
30 November 2004 Marketing Power 100—Women's Dinner, Wiltons, Jermyn Street

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