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IOG leads review of Performance Quality Standards
The IOG recently hosted a meeting of leading agronomic practictioners, turf care consultants, interested bodies including the Sport and Play Construction Association
Invaluable grassroots pitch care advice at Rockliffe Hall
More than 70 delegates from grassroots football and cricket clubs in the Northumberland and Durham area enjoyed a recent IOG educational day
SALTEX 2016 Continues To Attract World Class Exhibitors
SALTEX 2016 continues to gain momentum after many of the industry’s leading names have confirmed their presence at this year’s exhibition, which will be at the NEC Birmingham from 2 to 3 Nov
100th candidate awarded Certificate in Water Conservation
The horticulture sector is now officially awash with water saving specialists, thanks to the success of an online course that has recently reached a major milestone.
Grassroots sports clubs may become exempt from corporation tax
The government is gearing up to launch a consultation that will determine whether corporation tax on grants and donations will be scrapped for grassroots sports clubs.
Parks Friends' movement launches 'Grassroots Action' manifesto
The National Federation of Parks and Green Spaces has launched its new national strategy, aimed at defending parks small and large across the UK.
Manchester City Academy takes on two women as sports turf apprentices
Two recruits at Manchester City FC's groundsteam are causing shockwaves in the industry, being the only two female apprentices of their kind amongst top-flight English football clubs.
Manchester City FC's apprentice grounds women enjoy the outdoor life
Two recruits at Manchester City FC groundsteam are causing shockwaves in the industry, being the only two female apprentices of their kind amongst top-flight English football clubs.
Grounds and Natural Turf Improvement Programme plays its part in FA’s £8...
The pivotal role of the regional pitch advisors from the IOG-led Grounds and Natural Turf Improvement Programme was highlighted when The Football Association (FA) announced its £8 million
Headingly pitch upgrade is paying off says head groundsman Ryan Golding
Spring can't come soon enough for Leeds Rhinos’ grounds staff after a “unique and challenging” winter.