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IOG Industry Awards celebrate the very best in UK groundsmanship
More than 650 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
The Prince of Puns lined up for the IOG Industry Awards
Milton Jones funny man takes the reigns from Bake Off’s Tom Allen at IOG Industry Awards
Report: Scottish sports participation programmes 'changing lives'
A new research report into the work of Sportscotland has found that participation programmes supported by the agency are having "a life-changing effect" on those who are taking part.
Breaking: Jennie Price to step down from Sport England
Jennie Price will leave her role as CEO of Sport England at the end of October, after 11 years at the helm.
New report shows UK parks and green spaces generate over £34 billion of benefits
Parks and green spaces across the United Kingdom provide people with over £34 billion of wellbeing benefits, a new report from the charity Fields in Trust has revealed.
Celebrating a decade of grounds management
Nominations now open for 10th Anniversary IOG Industry Awards
Institute of Groundsmanship expands GaNTIP network with Julien Morris...
The Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) has announced that Julien Morris, formerly head groundsman at Coventry City Football Club, has joined the IOG-lead Grounds and Natural Turf Improvement Program
Architect Dan Meis on designing a new home for Everton FC
The fans are all very passionate and very caring and they really do feel like this is their home, so it’s very important to involve them in the process
– Dan Meis
World of sport celebrates International Day of Sport for Development and Peace
A number of activities and campaigns are taking place across the world today as part of the fifth International Day of Sport for Development and Peace.
SALTEX 2017 visitor profile revealed
After an independent audit confirmed a record-breaking SALTEX attendance at the NEC, the show’s visitor survey has now revealed a fascinating insight into the 8,909 who attended.