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Call for sports fans to support groundsmen with one minute of applause during...
Following last weekend’s sacking of Ken Hare as head groundsman at Southend United FC, after his 27 years’ service to the club, the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) is calling on sports fans natio
USW Sport Park Flythrough - University of South Wales
Students starting at the USW Sport Park in 2017 will be the first to train in the University of South Wales' brand-new facilities.
Southend United FC sack groundsman - Statement from the Institute of...
UPDATE - 26 January 2017
Aberdeen FC officially seeks planning approval for £40m stadium development
Aberdeen Football Club has officially lodge a planning application to build a £40m (US$49.2m, €46.1m) stadium development in the Kingsford areas of the city.
Leeds City Council approves Headingley project, but funding still to be found
Leeds City Council has approved planning officers’ recommendations to go ahead with the redevelopment of Headingley stadium – although funding has to be found to complete the project.
NatWest RugbyForce is back for 2017
England Rugby in partnership with NatWest has launched NatWest RugbyForce 2017, the fifth year of a nationwide programme that helps grassroots rugby clubs up and down the country to attract new mem
Nominations now open for Amenity Sprayer Operator of the Year 2017
The Amenity Sprayer Operator of the Year 2017 award (ASOY) was recently launched at the Amenity Forum Conference - with the chance for the top operators to win fantastic prizes, including the ultim
Sporting Future, a year on: sports minister challenges sector to innovate and...
A year on from delivering the first real piece of sporting policy in a decade, Sports Minister Tracey Crouch has challenged the sector to grow and innovate following a period of transition.
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.
Sport & leisure venues affected as Manchester City Council proposes £30m...
Several sport and leisure facilities in Manchester, such as the National Cycling Centre, Taekwondo Centre and Squash Centre, may be forced to share back office services as the city council attempts