Public Places (Page 1)


Q&A with Andy Boxall

Andy Boxall - I don’t think he likes politicians much and he wants fairer taxes!

in Public Places - 6 days, 7 hours ago


Goodwood Estates

Goodwood is a beautiful estate in the heart of West Sussex covering 4,900 hectares (12,000 acres) in the village of Westhampnett, Chichester, West Sussex...

in Public Places - 6 days, 10 hours ago


Pellenc in exotic garden

The team responsible for maintaining the incredible Logan Botanic Garden have noticed several benefits since investing in a wide-range of Pellenc battery-powered...

in Public Places - on 5/7/22


ISEKI at Portrack House

A range of ISEKI machines are helping to maintain the Garden of Cosmic Speculation - an incredible 30-acre sculpture garden located at Portrack House,...

in Public Places - on 14/6/22


Q&A with Gareth Jones

Gareth Jones - a full playlist and a big bar of chocolate!

in Public Places - on 9/6/22


Caring for Clumber Park

Bought by the National Trust in 1946, Clumber Park, originally home to the Duke of Newcastle and once part of the famous Sherwood Forest, is visited by...

in Public Places - on 9/6/22


Slaley turns to Otterbine

Slaley Hall Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort in the Northumberland countryside became a first-time Otterbine customer ready for the Matchroom Tour Championship...

in Public Places - on 23/5/22


Kubota best in all events

With 200 acres of grass to care for and a packed programme of events ranging from Truckfest to the International Antiques Fair and the Festival of Motorcycling,...

in Public Places - on 23/4/22

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Newby’s newcomer

Newby Hall and Gardens, set in forty acres alongside the banks of the River Ure near Ripon in North Yorkshire, form part of a 519-acre estate. David Mears...

in Public Places - on 19/10/21


Waddesdon Manor

Waddesdon Manor is a National Trust property in Buckinghamshire - renowned for its Grade I listed house and outstanding Victorian gardens. Last year, Peter...

in Public Places - on 10/6/21


Leisure and golfing feast

One of those much-visited jewels in the crown of historic country properties is Hever Castle in a corner of west Kent. It is best known as the home of...

in Public Places - on 4/2/21


Derby City Council

It doesn’t take much working out that one hundred and fifty-two goalmouths are quite a lot for any team to maintain. Kerry Haywood met with Grounds Maintenance...

in Public Places - on 22/1/21

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Palace of the Peak

Chatsworth, said by many to be the Palace of the Peak, is set on the banks of the River Derwent in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District. Since 1549,...

in Public Places - on 10/12/20

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Q&A with Edward Watchorn

Edward Watchorn - he’s started so he’ll finish ... at some point!

in Public Places - on 9/10/20


Brodsworth Bounces Back!

Brodsworth Hall, virtually unchanged since the 1860s, is one of the most complete surviving examples of a Victorian country house in England. Located in...

in Public Places - on 9/10/20

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The role of public parks

This report has been put together while the lockdown is still in place and while there are still major restrictions on business, sport, events and on public...

in Public Places - on 10/9/20

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Great Field project

The Great Field, at some 12 ha, is the largest area of green space in Poundbury and work began on it in 2014, with the building of sports pitches, outdoor...

in Public Places - on 7/9/20

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New £500,000 3G pitch

Leisure operator LiveWire and Appleton AFC are celebrating more than just the resumption of grassroots football after completion and handover of a new...

in Public Places - on 22/8/20

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Cancer fears at 3G pitch

Solihull's leisure chiefs have been urged to avoid the use of a controversial material at a new artificial pitch, amid fears it could cause cancer.

in Public Places - on 21/8/20


The abuse of parks

I have sat for long enough and read the reports, seen the pictures, headlines, Tweets, Facebook updates and had conversations with my own team and...

in Public Places - on 30/6/20