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Celebrating a decade of grounds management
Nominations now open for 10th Anniversary IOG Industry Awards
Manchester City FC opens its facilities to kids during Active Uprising
Premier League club Manchester City FC (MCFC) will open its doors to children later this month, as part of the Active Uprising Weekend organised by ukactive.
“Rolling on a river…”
IOG technical turf consultant Alex Vickers, offers helpful advice to cricket groundsman trying to make up for lost time.
“Rolling on a river…”
Institute of Groundsmanship expands GaNTIP network with Julien Morris...
The Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) has announced that Julien Morris, formerly head groundsman at Coventry City Football Club, has joined the IOG-lead Grounds and Natural Turf Improvement Program
World of sport celebrates International Day of Sport for Development and Peace
A number of activities and campaigns are taking place across the world today as part of the fifth International Day of Sport for Development and Peace.
Government’s £50m Integrated Communities Strategy fund an ‘opportunity’ for...
The government’s new Integrated Communities Strategy Green Papercould present a funding opportunity for the UK’s sports clubs.
Free-to-attend Amenity Forum Updating event at Forest Green Rovers FC
The IOG is supporting a free-to-attend Amenity Forum Updating event - for best practice in all aspects of weed, pest and disease control - at Forest Green Rovers F
IOG Training Needs Analysis proves "ideal" for development of...
The Training Needs Analysis service offered by the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) has proved “the ideal route” for Uppingham School’s grounds team’s ongoing training and education.
Why apprenticeships are valuable
The theme for National Apprenticeship Week from 5-9 March this year is ‘Apprenticeships Work’, and the event aims to showcase how apprenticeships assist individuals, employers, the community and th
Weather update: Winning tactics for the late kick-off
After several successive years with an early start to spring, this February’s cold and wet weather conditions across most of the UK had dispelled hopes of early growth.