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Date: 10th October 2016

Edgbaston in Birmingham has been selected by cricket’s governing body to host the first ever day/night Test Match in England. 

Date: 3rd October 2016

A major new training initiative designed to continue to advance tennis grass court surface excellence throughout England has been established by the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) in conjunction

Date: 3rd October 2016

Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby may be sold by rugby’s governing body in Scotland to raise money for the grassroots game. 

Date: 3rd October 2016

Venues such as Villa Park, the Alexander Stadium and the NEC Arena could host Commonwealth Games events, if Birmingham wins its bid to organise the 2026 event. 

Date: 3rd October 2016

The Football Association (FA) is in talks to bring its ambitious grassroots Parklife project to Southampton – and will encourage bids from other cities from October. 

Date: 29th September 2016

The Government has given approval for the delivery of the new (craft level 2) standard for groundsmanship - a sports turf operative.

Date: 27th September 2016

IOG Learning recently held a successful Level 2 Winter Pitches (Applied Turf Culture) course at Nottingham Forest Football Club - delivered by trainer Chris Gray.

Date: 21st September 2016

The FA has today launched the 2016 Grassroots Football Survey, which will run from Monday 19 September until Friday 28 October. 

Date: 20th September 2016

This was a message from a recent presentation given by John Moverley, independent chair of the Amenity Forum.

Date: 19th September 2016

The finalists have been announced for the prestigious Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Industry Awards 2016.

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