True BRIT: Fundraising drive to ensure 'BRIT School still the best'

Andre Paine

BRIT Trust chairman John Craig has told Music Week that the charity needs “more support” from the growing industry to help address government cuts at the BRIT School.

The official charity of the BRIT Awards and the BPI is marking its 30th anniversary. Music Week can reveal it has distributed £26.5 million since it was set up in 1989.

Craig, CEO of First Night Records, was a BRIT Trust founder and has been chairman for 15 years. He said it ...

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