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Q&A with Stuart Gower

Stuart Gower - he would like to own a gym, but spiders aren’t welcome.

in People - on 24/4/20


Crosfields School

Crosfields School is one of the leading co-educational schools in the country, educating pupils between the ages of three and thirteen. Grounds Manager...

in Schools & Colleges - on 24/4/20


Brentford FC's new home

From floodlight testing to a state-of-the-art Desso playing surface, Director of Operations, Alan Walsh, discusses all things Brentford Community Stadium...

in Football - on 23/4/20


GKB Deep Tine Aerator

GKB Machines, the company behind sustainable, reliable and robust maintenance machinery for natural, synthetic and hybrid turf are providing the solution...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 23/4/20

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Hoping for green shoots

Essex head groundsman Stuart Kerrison admits he is like a coiled spring ready to burst into frenzied action when the signal is finally given for the 2020...

in Cricket - on 23/4/20


COVID-19 Mark Crossley

We spoke to Mark Crossley, Course Manager at Prestbury Golf Club to find out how they have adapted their working practices during the COVID-19...

in Golf - on 22/4/20


Look for the Standard

Following its launch, the Amenity Standard is receiving widespread and enthusiastic support from all sides of the amenity sector and is already being incorporated...

in Chemicals & Fertilisers - on 22/4/20

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CUFC pay tribute to NHS

Over the past couple of weeks, more and more tributes and signs of appreciation have emerged on social media. Ian Darler, Stadium Manager at Cambridge...

in Football - on 22/4/20


Against all odds ...

Whilst this is my first foreword for Pitchcare, many of you will know that I have been editor for a while - it’s merely part of the natural progression...

in Editorial - on 22/4/20


Step by step

Inverallan Landscapes has taken one step further in its quest to become fossil fuel free by expanding its Pellenc portfolio with the purchase of two Rasion...

in Battery/Electric Power - on 21/4/20

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Turfed out at Wembley?

Karl Standley was ready for a hectic period culminating in Euro 2020 but work continues at the stadium and from home

in Football - on 21/4/20


Covid boost for UK's bees

Populations could recover as verges are left uncut, setting what conservationists hope will be a long-term trend

in Conservation & Ecology - on 21/4/20


Ploughing on

With there being no games for us to watch at the moment, we thought it would be good timing to show you the latest pictures from Plough Lane; which will...

in Football - on 20/4/20


President-Elect Les Malin

The Agricultural Engineers Association has announced the appointment of their new President-Elect for 2020-2021, Les Malin.

in Industry News - on 20/4/20


Dragons heart for NHS

The home of Welsh Rugby, Principality Stadium, has been set up as a temporary hospital providing some 2,000 extra beds to NHS Wales as part of scenario...

in Rugby - on 20/4/20


Two worlds collide!

It’s been a few years since Pitchcare first visited Long Ashton Golf Club, following their extensive greens rebuild programme. So, we went back to catch...

in Golf - on 20/4/20


Freshly-baked bread!

Berkhamsted Golf Club has been recognised as one of the UK’s most sustainable and environmentally-responsible golf clubs by achieving GEO Certified...

in Golf - on 19/4/20


Danske Bank pitch perfect

There may be no games taking place in the Danske Bank Premiership right now, but a small band of individuals up and down the country are still having to...

in Football - on 19/4/20

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Crisis facing grassroots

As clubs come to terms with human tragedy of coronavirus, they will also face a very different challenge for survival

in Football - on 19/4/20

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Barney ready to roll

Sport may have come to a standstill, but for Barnard Castle Cricket Club groundsman Steve Dixon it has been a case of “business as usual” at the Vere...

in Cricket - on 18/4/20