August 2010 (Page 3)

North West's hosepipe ban lifted after heavy rain

A hosepipe ban across the North West of England is being lifted after weeks of wet weather.

in Industry News - on 20/8/10

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When it comes to choosing new machinery for your sports club or golf course, Campey Turf Care Systems understand the value of the ‘hands on’ approach....

in Industry News - on 19/8/10

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It’s not often that Wembley Stadium sees nine hundred players on the pitch, but this was the scene on 12th August when the FA/McDonald’s National Football...

in Football - on 19/8/10

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From Kerry to Kent, and from seven regional airports, Wiedenmann UK welcomed over 130 dealer representatives and prospective customers to a series of three...

in Industry News - on 19/8/10


Guernsey - Lunar Energy

Footes Lane Stadium is one of the sites run by the States Of Guernsey Culture and Leisure Department, who are responsible for promoting and maintaining...

in Industry News - on 19/8/10


Sisis are promoting a series of bowls seminars for the Autumn

in Bowls - on 18/8/10


With just a few minutes practice with the TAS Trimmer, the presentation and maintenance of irrigation heads is improved and made simple.

in Industry News - on 18/8/10

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Slinfold Golf and Country Club, situated adjacent to the A29, just 14 miles west of Horsham, West Sussex has taken delivery of new golf course maintenance...

in Golf - on 18/8/10

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Leading surfacing specialist Notts Sport has welcomed a new recruit to help satisfy demand for its range of pitches and practice facilities in the south...

in Cricket - on 18/8/10


The Murrayshall House Hotel and Golf Courses, set in 350 acres of undulating parkland on the Murrayshall Estate at Scone in Perthshire, has taken delivery...

in Golf - on 17/8/10

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Charterhouse Turf Machinery proved that their strong presence and longevity extend way beyond the groundcare sector when two members of the company won...

in Industry News - on 17/8/10

Sport 'defying recession'

Growth in the sport sector has outstripped the English economy as a whole over the past two decades, according to Sport England.

in Industry News - on 17/8/10


STARSS in their eyes?

Tonight Matthew, Dr Tim Lodge is going to sing the praises of consultants. Not those ‘money for nothing’ management types, but the consultant agronomists...

in Synthetics - on 17/8/10

Dedication and long service at Yeadon, Guiseley and Ilkley rewarded

A loyal groundsman at a Yeadon cricket ground has been honoured for his dedication and long service.

in Cricket - on 16/8/10


The floods that struck Cumbria in November 2009 caused devastation to villages and towns across the whole county. Amongst the areas affected was Egremont,...

in Synthetics - on 16/8/10


Mastenbroek Limited, the leading European manufacturer of construction, utility and agricultural trenching equipment and related plant, announces the launch...

in Industry News - on 16/8/10

No dress code for 2012 tennis but grass will stay green

The All England Club will be awash with colour in two years with its rigid all-white clothing policy being relaxed for the 2012 Olympics tennis...

in Tennis - on 16/8/10


A two-year ‘peace of mind’ warranty is standard on the latest McCormick utility tractor – as well as an air conditioned cab with opening roof...

in Industry News - on 15/8/10

 Wimbledon outlines plans for 2012 London Olympic Games

Wimbledon officials are confident the grass courts will be fit to host the 2012 Olympic tennis event only 20 days after that year's Championships end.

in Tennis - on 15/8/10


L'Ancresse Golf Course

Two clubs play on the L’Ancresse Golf Course - the Royal Guernsey Golf Club (RGGC) and the L’Ancresse Golf Club (LGC). Royal Guernsey Golf Club was...

in Golf - on 15/8/10