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Finalists announced for IOG Industry Awards 2018
“Quality of entries has been exceptional”
The finalists have been announced for this year’s prestigious Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Industry Awards 2018.
Forest Green Rovers named 'world's first carbon neutral football club...
Revealed on the Rover's website, the League Two outfit has signed up to the Climate Neutral Now initiative for the upcoming 2018/19 season.
Tim Hollingsworth appointed Sport England CEO
British Paralympic Association (BPA) chief executive Tim Hollingsworth has been named as the new CEO of Sport England.
The IOG Annual General Meeting 2018
Members are invited to the IOG's Annual General Meeting, which this year takes place at Weetwood Hall Hotel, Otley Road, Leeds at 12:00noon on Wednesday 19 September 2018.
Take a first look around the new Emerald Stand at Emerald Headingley Stadium
The redevelopment of Emerald Headingley Stadium is the most exciting and highly anticipated improvement in over a century.
Works begin on new Parklife Football Hub in Gunnersbury Park which will create...
Community sport in Middlesex has been given a major boost as construction works have now started on a new multi-million pound Parklife Football Hub in Gunnersbury Park.
National Academies to drive LTA's 10-year vision for performance pathway
The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) has revealed plans to set up National Academies and Regional Player Development Centres (RPDCs) as part of its new 10-year vision for performance tennis in Britain
The IOG’s response to the recent USA law court ruling over the use of Glyphosate
The Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) would like to remind all grounds personnel and contractors to ensure they carry out full risk assessments before carrying out any maintenance activity and to e
UK's first dedicated women's football stadium planned for Sheffield
Plans have been unveiled to build the UK’s first dedicated women’s football stadium at Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park.
Watering The Pitch Key to Thrilling Edgbaston Test, Reveals Groundsman
As the players from the Indian and English camp drew praise for an exciting first Test, the real heroes were the ground staff at Edgbaston, who, battling an ongoing heatwave, managed to prepare a w