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Public relations, culture, sponsorship and partnerships

Public relations, culture, sponsorship and partnerships

The Public Relations, Culture, Sponsors and Partnerships department is responsible for the entire press and public relations work of the Waldeck-Frankenberg district. In cooperation with the media, decisions are made transparent and the public is informed about administrative actions.

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Press Office

The press office team provides daily updates on tasks, decisions and developments from the administration and the district council of the Waldeck-Frankenberg district, provides current information and answers press enquiries to the district.

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Partnerships of the district

The district of Waldeck-Frankenberg maintains numerous partnerships that have developed over the past decades - both nationally and internationally. The aim is joint exchange in different subject areas and at different levels.

Sponsorships of the

As a sign of solidarity with the people who were driven out of their former East German homeland as a result of the Second World War, the former districts of Frankenberg and Waldeck took over the sponsorship of the towns of Bütow and Pyritz.

Volunteering in Waldeck-Frankenberg

Voluntary work in the Waldeck-Frankenberg district is becoming increasingly important, especially nowadays. It is also an expression of willingness to take responsibility, solidarity and the desire to be active in the community.

Museum in Frankenberg Monastery

The Museum im Kloster is housed in the former Cistercian convent of St. Georgenberg in Frankenberg and was opened in 1952. It has made the works of the artist Philipp Soldan (1500-1570) the focus of its presentation.

Cultural promotion in Waldeck-Frankenberg

The subject area of culture has a high priority in Waldeck-Frankenberg. The district has set itself the goal of preserving, promoting and maintaining cultural affairs, initiatives, etc. and also the history of the district as a cultural asset.

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Curtain up for the Korbach Theatre Week

The Korbach Theatre Week is the oldest existing amateur play festival in Germany and has been organised by the district since 1949.

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