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Date: 4th January 2016

The Amenity Forum is holding a series of free, half-day updating events across the UK in early 2016. These run from January through to April. 

Date: 18th December 2015

While the Government’s new strategy for sport – ‘Sporting Future: A New Strategy for an Active Nation’ – does, indeed, mention groundsmanship and the need for well-maintained playing surfaces (and

Date: 11th December 2015

The IOG has revealed the independently audited attendance figures for SALTEX 2015.

Date: 10th December 2015

Sport England's latest Active People Survey reveals the number of people playing sport regularly has increased

Date: 8th December 2015

Sports clubs at risk of having their playing fields or facilities sold off or closed should list them as an Asset of Community Value (ACV), according to guidance published by Sport England.

Date: 8th December 2015

Nearly 900 UK landscape industry professionals gathered at Grosvenor House in central London last week to celebrate the winners of the BALI National Landscape Awards 2015 run in association with Ho

Date: 27th November 2015

If you’re planning on visiting BTME in Harrogate from 19-21 January 2016 then make sure you visit the IOG stand (Q44) and sign up for sessions covering cricket, rugby and natural v synthetic sports

Date: 25th November 2015

James Allen, Head of Policy at the Sport & Recreation Alliance, sifts through the detail of the Spending Review and what it means for the sport and recreation sector.

Date: 25th November 2015

Richard Butler, chairman of the Voluntary Initiative, has undertaken the training to become a certificated sprayer operator ahead of the ending of Grandfather Rights which expire on 26th November.

Date: 25th November 2015

A national Football Association (FA) grassroots scheme, in which Sheffield is leading the way nationally, is set to take a further step forward.

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