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Industry Awards celebrate the very best in UK groundsmanship
More than 640 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
New starters hear of horticulture industry opportunities
The real people, real places, real jobs event at the Landscape Show, co-hosted by Perennial, heard from a dozen industry speakers about pathways into the profession.
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.
IOG partners with Lawn Tennis Association and All England Club to boost UK...
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
IOG delivers updated winter pitches course
IOG Learning recently held a successful Level 2 Winter Pitches (Applied Turf Culture) course at Nottingham Forest Football Club - delivered by trainer Chris Gray.
Grassroots Football Survey 2016
The FA has today launched the 2016 Grassroots Football Survey, which will run from Monday 19 September until Friday 28 October.
Finalists announced for 2016 IOG Industry Awards
The finalists have been announced for the prestigious Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) Industry Awards 2016.
RFU’s £50m artificial pitch rollout begins in Aylesbury, Preston and Weston-...
Aylesbury, Preston and Weston-super-Mare are the first towns to benefit from floodlit artificial pitches under the Rugby Football Union’s (RFU) four-year development plan.
Expanded Learning LIVE educational sessions announced for SALTEX 2016
Learning LIVE, the all-encompassing education programme designed for all sectors of the groundscare industry, has now been finalised and is set to be a major attraction at SALTEX 2016 on the 2 and
Grassroots football facilities get £30m boost during the first half of 2016
Almost £30m has been ploughed into grassroots football facilities over the last six months, courtesy of the Football Association (FA) and the Premier League.