Over the last few months, Trinity Fields Trust has undergone a transformation both on and off the turf. The charitable trust provides a safe space for disadvantaged children in the local community to play sport at their Trinity Fields base in Wandsworth, central London. After a slow decline in pitch quality over twenty years, they have now begun realising the site’s potential
As we head into the festive period, we can hopefully look forward to spending quality time with friends and family, resting and taking stock ahead of 2022. It has been a tough year for many as we continue to navigate through the pandemic and try to overcome the challenges we all face.
High scoring partnerships often as not win cricket matches. Experience, fitness and dedication to the cause count for everything. Neville Johnson went to one of the country’s oldest clubs in Kent to meet two of its stalwarts who voluntarily look after its famous ground and boast an age partnership of 166
Recognising the health benefits and brand value that can be gained from putting sustainability under the spotlight, manufacturers have been working closely with turf managers to provide tools that are keeping pace with the demand for ever-cleaner practice. Arguably, the largest of which is the drive towards battery powered equipment. John Coleman, inventor of the electrically driven INFINICUT® range of pedestrian mowers, explores the current and future developments in useable energy sources.
Twenty-three-year-old Course Manager Danny Patten (Dan) is wise beyond his years. He already has a clear vision of how he wants to help his club and, in this candid interview, he shares with us what he feels are some important issues that need to be addressed in the industry.