The All Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation Group (APPJAG) currently has over 116 members from the House of Commons and House of Lords across all political parties. Their aim is to encourage wider and deeper enjoyment of jazz, to increase Parliamentarians’ understanding of the jazz industry and issues surrounding it, to promote jazz as a musical form and to raise its profile inside and outside Parliament. The Group’s officers as at the inaugural meeting on 26th February are Co-Chairs, John Spellar MP and Lord Mann, Secretary, Sir Greg Knight MP, Vice Chairs, Alison Thewless MP and Chi Onwurah MP, the Treasurer is Ian Paisley MP. Officers are: Lord Colwyn and Baroness Healy. Baroness Howe has retired.
The Secretariate is Chris Hodgkins with the assistance of Will Riley-Smith and Louis Flood. The Secretariat operates on a strictly pro bono basis and no expenses of any kind are paid to the Secretariate. The contact address is: email@example.com
For further details of the Group including recent minutes and please see: https://www.parliament.uk/about/mps-and-lords/members/apg/
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