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IOG Industry Awards celebrate the very best in UK groundsmanship
Almost 700 of the UK’s and Europe’s leading groundscare experts from both the professional and volunteer sector, as well as dignitaries from the governing bodies of sport and influential sports adm
Save the dates - Amenity Forum's Updating Events for 2018
The Amenity Forum, which encourages proper and responsible use of pesticides and integrated methods for the control of pests, weeds and diseases, is once again organising a series of free Updating
SALTEX 2017 – The Best Yet
A year’s worth of meticulous and strategic planning from show organisers culminated in what is being hailed by many as the best ever SALTEX.
Grounds4Sport - the IOG's new £100,000 boost for natural grass sports...
The IOG has announced its new Grounds4Sport programme with an initial backing of £100,000 over the next three years to improve the quality and promote the benefits of natural turf sports surfaces.
The Hidden Profession – revisited
The IOG is set to repeat its industry-wide research into all aspects of groundscare, and this time it is looking to extend its investigations to embrace Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Eire.
Celebrities gather to celebrate the IOG Industry Awards
This year’s sell-out Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Industry Awards will be a star-studded event with a host of sporting dignitaries, broadcasters and celebrities in attendance as well as hundre
Maintaining standards in Amenity Management
Management of amenity areas in all their diversity is both important and essential and impacts upon every UK citizen every day.
Atletico Madrid snap-up highly-rated Bournemouth groundsman Dan Gonzalez
Atletico Madrid are poaching a member of Bournemouth'sgroundstaff, Dan Gonzalez, to become their head groundsman at the new Estadio Wanda Metropolitano.
Everton’s new stadium could boost local economy by £1bn
Everton Football Club’s proposed new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock would provide a £1bn boost to the local economy, according to planners.
Sport England injects £10m into projects to get older adults active
"People are living longer but not necessarily in the best of health" – Mike Diaper, executive director, Sport England