The Mathew Street venue is deemed a ‘special place which forms the soul of our nation,’ according to the Culture Secretary
Liverpool’s famous Cavern Club is one of more than 1,300 arts venues and organisations to receive up to £1m each as a share of £257m of state funding.
The tranche of cash is part of the government’s £1.6 billion Culture Recovery Fund, and will “protect these special places” which “form the soul of our nation”, said Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden.
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When Local , Merseyside community centers Cannot get a 1 p to help them out at a time when their needed more than ever ,seems unfair !