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Value of golf tourism to Scotland surges to £286m
Golf tourism in Scotland has grown by 30 per cent over the last decade, netting the nation £286m per year.
Bigger is better for SALTEX 2017 exhibitors
Based on the success of SALTEX 2016, an increasing number of exhibitors are looking to extend their profile at the UK’s biggest and most influential turf care event.
UK coastal towns set for economic boost as National Lottery invests £33m in...
Grants to revitalise 13 parks in towns and cities across the UK including Great Yarmouth, Scarborough, Ramsgate, Fleetwood and Brighton.
Government funding for national parks slashed by millions over last five years
Government funding for England's much loved national parks has been slashed over the last five years, new analysis has shown.
IOG launches groundsmanship survey
The Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) has invited over 20,000 members and non members working or volunteering in the sports turf management industry to participate in an online survey.
A founder member, former president and Fellow of the Institute of...
The celebration of his life will take place at Taunton Deane Crematorium on Tuesday 25 October at 2pm.
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A statement by the Institute of Groundsmanship
Results of SALTEX - Visitor Survey Revealed
The 70th SALTEX exhibition exceeded all expectations after an independent audit confirmed the exhibition as the largest turf management event in the UK with a total of 8,714 attending.
Walter Goodyear receives long-service award
Ninety-eight-year-old IOG Life Member Walter Goodyear has received the Bert Bond award from Derbyshire County Council for his outstanding contribution to groundsmanship.
Pitch to Win results are in!
Throughout 2015 the IOG has been working alongside Briggs & Stratton, a global petrol engine manufacturer for lawnmowers and outdoor power equipment, to find amateur sports teams whose pitches