Dundee Euro Culture Bid Gets Stunning Send Off26/10/17
Young people from around the city and supporters of the Dundee 2023 bid joined Council leader John Alexander at a city-centre celebration today as Dundee’s 80 page bid book was sent off in time for tomorrow’s deadline.
With flags, music, dance and food, hundreds of people joined in with the lunchtime celebration to show their support for Dundee’s ambition to become European Capital of Culture in 2023.
Several young Dundonians talked about their hopes for Dundee in 2023 including Grazyna who said “In 2023 I'll be 21 years old. I believe that Dundee will be a city where there are more jobs for young people wanting to start their dream careers.
Councillor Alexander said “The bid outlines the most ambitious cultural programme ever planned for the city – it would bring household names from around the world to perform here, but would also involve people in every single community in Dundee.”
Further information visit www.dundee2023.eu and social media channels Facebook Twitter and Instagram @dundee2023 #dundee2023
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