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Finalists announced for IOG Industry Awards 2019
The finalists have been announced for this year’s prestigious IOG Industry Awards which acknowledge the passion, dedication and challenges faced by grounds staff, volunteers and professionals acros
Luke Perry joins IOG as SALTEX & Events director
The IOG has appointed Luke Perry in the newly-created position of SALTEX & Events director, and he will be primarily responsible for the growth, development, management and delivery of the IOG’
FA Groundsperson of the Year Award Winners 2019
The Football Association's (FA) Groundsperson of the Year Awards is a nationwide competition for non-league football groundsman with 2018 representing the 17th time that these awards have taken pla
New app to help groundskeepers get plaudits for their pitch - now available!
The Premier League, The Football Association (FA) and the Government’s Football Foundation are ramping up efforts to improve the quality of grass pitches in England with the launch of the Football
Toro and Reeskink Turfcare sponsor the IOG's SALTEX College Cup...
Toro and Reesink Turfcare are delighted to announce they will be sponsoring the SALTEX College Cup 2019, managed by the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG).
Marking and Maintaining Different Length Pitches for Junior Cricket
The England and Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) national performance manager and former chair of England Men’s Selectors, David Graveney OBE, has championed reform in junior cricket - having observed t
SALTEX College Cup winners enjoy Wimbledon experience
After winning the 2018 SALTEX College Cup, students from Bridgwater and Taunton College in Somerset, recently enjoyed their prize of a behind the scenes tour at The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AE
Help give the natural turf sector a re-boot – and WIN a £100 Amazon voucher
As part of the Grounds4Sport campaign to give natural turf a re-boot, we need to first increase awareness of the Institute of Groundsmanship(IOG) and its valuable work.
Government pledges to invest in physical activity and 'end smoking'...
The government will promote physical activity as part of a range of measures to tackle the causes of preventable ill-health.
Projects using sport to combat knife crime secure government funding
A total of 49 projects which are using sport and physical activity to tackle serious violence and knife crime this summer will share £400,000 worth of government funding.