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Date: 16th January 2017

Leeds City Council has approved planning officers’ recommendations to go ahead with the redevelopment of Headingley stadium – although funding has to be found to complete the project.

Date: 12th January 2017

England Rugby in partnership with NatWest has launched NatWest RugbyForce 2017, the fifth year of a nationwide programme that helps grassroots rugby clubs up and down the country to attract new mem

Date: 12th January 2017

The Amenity Sprayer Operator of the Year 2017 award (ASOY) was recently launched at the Amenity Forum Conference - with the chance for the top operators to win fantastic prizes, including the ultim

Date: 12th January 2017

A year on from delivering the first real piece of sporting policy in a decade, Sports Minister Tracey Crouch has challenged the sector to grow and innovate following a period of transition.

Date: 9th January 2017

Grants to revitalise 13 parks in towns and cities across the UK including Great Yarmouth, Scarborough, Ramsgate, Fleetwood and Brighton.

Date: 9th January 2017

Several sport and leisure facilities in Manchester, such as the National Cycling Centre, Taekwondo Centre and Squash Centre, may be forced to share back office services as the city council attempts

Date: 9th January 2017

The plan to demolish Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge ground and replace it with a 60,000-capacity stadium has received a recommendation by planning officers. 

Date: 9th January 2017

Everton FC’s quest to build a modern new stadium is making “solid progress on many fronts”, supporters were told by the club’s executive board.

Date: 4th January 2017

SIS Pitches have sealed a hat-trick for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, after being given the go ahead to install a new SISGrass hybrid pitch at the new Rostov Arena.

Date: 3rd January 2017

Government funding for England's much loved national parks has been slashed over the last five years, new analysis has shown.

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