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FA ploughs £125m into grassroots football
Grassroots football received a £125m (US$156.1m, €146.4m) boost from the Football Association over the 2015/16 season as the organisation recorded record revenue of £370m (US$462.1m, €433.2m).
Rodney Parade: New pitch is answer to drainage problems, says Dragons chief
Newport Gwent Dragons chief executive Stuart Davies admits a new pitch needs to be laid to cure drainage problems at Rodney Parade.
Council apology over trees planted on football pitch
The trees appeared at the pitch at Logie Durno in Aberdeenshire, sparking social media reaction.
The unsung heroes of county cricket
The annual pre-season meeting and conference of the groundsmen and the ECB’s Pitches Group has taken place at St Georges Park.
Lord’s becomes first British cricket ground to totally run on renewable energy
Lord’s Cricket Ground has become the first purpose-built cricket stadium in Britain to run on 100 per cent renewable energy.
Amenity Forum weeds, pests and diseases' Updating Events get off to a...
The first of this season’s free Updating Events took place at Bourne in Lincolnshire at the offices of Boothman Agriculture and was hosted by Progreen.
Fields in Trust Cymru launch new green space Guidance
New benchmark guidelines for the design of spaces for outdoor sport and play have been published by Fields In Trust Cymru; 'Guidance for Outdoor Sport and Play: Beyond the Six Acre Standard', was l
Young Board host Schools into Stadia event at Stoke City FC
The IOG Young Board of directors got off to a successful start to 2017 with its Schools into Stadia event being held at Stoke City FC’s Bet 365 Stadium.
High demand for SALTEX 2017
Compared to January 2016, SALTEX has accumulated more than 50 additional exhibitors during the loyalty re-booking period – the number of SALTEX 2017 exhibitors now stands at an impressive 182, whic
Re-alignment of IOG Regional and Branch structure
The IOG is organising a ‘get together’ for representatives of the Regions and Branches on 16 February in Milton Keynes.