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Populous reveal what the future of eSports arenas looks like
The popularity of eSports competitions – in which opposing players compete at video games played online, often with thousands of digital spectators following the action – has grown at a huge rate i
ESSMA Pitch Management Workshop - 10-11 May at LCFC
The European Stadium & Safety Management Association (ESSMA) is organising a Pitch Management Workshop at Leicester City FC’s King Power Stadium and training ground on 10 and 11 May.
John Moverley reacts to the trigger of Article 50
The events about the triggering of Article 50 have been numerous and have kept and will keep the media busy. In both the run up to the vote, and indeed after it, there were and have been varying s
New Gardens announced for 2017 RHS Chelsea Flower Show
• BBC Radio 2 Feel Good Gardens’ Category announced for 2017 RHS Chelsea Flower Show
Article 50 and sport: What triggering of Brexit process could mean for Britain...
The highly-anticipated triggering of Article 50 is now upon us and [today] the UK will begin the two-year untangling process from the European Union.
Writtle University College wins the 2017 Young Gardeners of the Year Award at...
Writtle University College has been crowned the 2017 ‘Young Gardeners of the Year,’ (sponsored by BriteLite) announced in line with the launch of the Ideal Home Show sponsored by Zoopla, running fo
The ECB proposes a new T20 competition for 2020
In the summer of 2020, the domestic cricketing landscape could be transformed by a new T20 competition to rival the best in the world.
Everton agrees finance package for proposed stadium
Everton FC has moved a step closer to realising its ambition to build a new stadium after agreeing a financial package with the local authority.
Three world governing bodies agree to sport surfaces protocols
The world governing bodies of football, rugby and hockey have agreed to a set of protocols to “revolutionise” the way shared sports grounds are used.
Sport England announce £10.75m investment into Rugby League
The Rugby Football League has received confirmation from Sport England that it will be awarded £10.75m to help grow and sustain participation in Rugby League.