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Tickets on sale for the biggest celebration of groundsmanship
Tickets are now available for this year’s Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Industry Awards - being held at The National Conference Centre, within the National Motorcycle Museum, on Wednesday 1 Nov
Premier League-chasing Brentford FC revises stadium plans
Brentford Football Club has revised plans for its new stadium, with the capacity set to decrease from 20,000 seats to 17,250.
IOG Young Board promote groundsmanship to Bankside Open Spaces Trust...
IOG Young Board director Anthony Facey attended the Redcross Gardens, a beautifully presented garden tucked away within walking distance from London Bridge Station, to talk to horticultural student
Sadiq Khan sets out vision for green London as mayor plans to make capital...
London mayor Sadiq Khan wants the UK capital to become the world’s first “National Park City”, laying out £9m plans to boost the number of trees and green infrastructure within the city.
FA plots bid to host the 2021 UEFA European Women’s Championship
The English Football Association (FA) is planning to swoop for the 2021 UEFA European Women’s Championship as part of its strategy to grow the female game.
Hastings United’s £70m stadium complex plan up and running
Non-league football club Hastings United is to press ahead with an ambitious stadium development, which will include a gym and new housing for the area.
National parks facing huge cuts in government funding
Government funding for England’s much-loved national parks is on track to fall by two-fifths by the end of the decade, new analysis shows.
New FIH standards for hockey surfaces
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has launched new standards for hockey turf, hockey fields and Hockey5s courts.
Tour St. George's Park at the IOG Annual General Meeting
The IOG’s Annual General Meeting will be held at The Hilton Hotel, St George’s Park Football Centre, Burton upon Trent on Wednesday 20th September 2017.
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