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The Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) is the national development agency working for and on behalf of museums, libraries and archives and advising government on policy and priorities for the sector.

MLA's roles are to provide strategic leadership, to act as a powerful advocate, to develop capacity and to promote innovation and change.

Museums, libraries and archives connect people to knowledge and information, creativity and inspiration. MLA is leading the drive to unlock this wealth, for everyone.

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Woking History Archive Action for Archives: MLA announces detailed plans to transform England's archives

Building on the recommendations of the Listening to the Past, Speaking to the Future: the report of the Archives Task Force, MLA has been working across government and with the nine regional agencies for museums, libraries and archives to advocate for archives and has developed a programme of activities to take forward archive development In England.

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