September 2016 (Page 6)


FA ramp up programme

The Football Association (FA) is awaiting the green light to build grassroots football hubs in Liverpool and West London after establishing facilities...

in Industry News - on 5/9/16


Is Sky the limit?

With more and more headline sport being broadcast on Pay TV, is this having an affect on the Government’s participation targets and also the continued...

in Editorial - on 5/9/16

Bayer Greg Collins

Finale® 150 wins award

Contact acting herbicide, Finale® 150, a leading alternative to glyphosate, wins the award for Best Product 2016 at this year’s annual GLAS amenity...

in Industry News - on 5/9/16

Bowls TwoFingers

Bowling green renovations

Autumn is a season of great importance for the bowling club greenkeeper. The regular playing fixtures come to an end, so thoughts can now turn to renovations...

in Bowls - on 5/9/16

Baffins Milton Rovers FC

Baffins Milton Rovers FC

Baffins Milton Rovers FC officially opened their £50,000 stadium upgrade recently, thanks to a £33,189 grant from the Premier League through the Football...

in Football - on 4/9/16

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New Rugby Golf events

Organisers of a new sport to the UK are hoping golf clubs will be hosting Rugby Golf events in the way they have embraced footgolf in the last few years....

in Industry News - on 4/9/16


Bats about Chelsea?

Chelsea FC’s plans to build one of the largest stadiums in England have hit a stumbling block – the local population of endangered bats!

in Industry News - on 3/9/16


Birmingham bid for Games

Birmingham is joining the bidding to host the 2026 Commonwealth Games

in Industry News - on 3/9/16

Peter Driver

Peter Driver Retires

Peter Driver retires from Ransomes Jacobsen today after 16 years’ involvement with the company’s PR and marketing.

in Industry News - on 3/9/16

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New from Pellenc

Etesia UK will be exhibiting on stand E055 which will be dedicated solely to a range of environmentally friendly, lithium-ion battery powered tools from...

in Industry News - on 3/9/16

Toro King James

Inland GC switch to Toro

Scotland’s 157-year-old King James VI Golf Club – one of the very few in the world occupying a riverine island – has switched from a competitor brand...

in Golf - on 2/9/16

amenity forum

United we stand

There are no shortage of issues and challenges impacting upon the amenity sector, and indeed every other area of activity just now. These include BREXIT...

in Industry News - on 2/9/16

grassroots rugby

RFU grassroots envy

England coach Eddie Jones has set out a target to establish the team as game's most dominant side and the goal is similar for the RFU's rugby development...

in Industry News - on 2/9/16

Make it clear to people what's happening!

Has the paradigm shifted?

In his previous article, green space specialist, Bernard Sheridan, called for local authorities and land owners to seriously consider having ‘no-mow’...

in Local Authority - on 2/9/16

Wiedenmann Terra Spike SL (2)

New Terra Spike SL

The 11th aerator in the Terra Spike range arrives in the UK this month after being launched in the US. Wiedenmann UK’s new Terra Spike SL can tine down...

in Industry News - on 1/9/16

Easingwold GC

Easingwold cut it ...

Following the arrival of two new Toro mowers, Easingwold Golf Club has reported a cleaner cut across its 18 hole, Par 72 SSS 72 course, set in woodland...

in Golf - on 1/9/16

Bowls Graden

September Pitch Diaries

September 2016 Sports Pitch Maintenance Diaries

in Industry News - on 1/9/16