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GMA Training Needs Analysis proves "ideal" for development of...
The Training Needs Analysis service offered by the Grounds Management Association (GMA) has proved “the ideal route” for Uppingham School’s grounds team’s ongoing training and education.
Why apprenticeships are valuable
The theme for National Apprenticeship Week from 5-9 March this year is ‘Apprenticeships Work’, and the event aims to showcase how apprenticeships assist individuals, employers, the community and th
Weather update: Winning tactics for the late kick-off
After several successive years with an early start to spring, this February’s cold and wet weather conditions across most of the UK had dispelled hopes of early growth.
Michael Brundish wins Suffolk Groundsman of the Year for the fourth time
Old Newton United FC’s Michael Brundish has been named [Ransomes-sponsored] Suffolk Groundsman of the Year, for the fourth time, following the Suffolk FA competition judges’ decision late last week
European Turfgrass Society Conference Manchester, 2-4 July
The European Turfgrass Society (ETS) is pleased to welcome ETS members and other turfgrass specialists to its sixth, international, bi-annual ETS Conference, which will be held at the Renaissance M
Liverpool FC welcomes GMA's Schools into Stadia visitors to Anfield
Members of the Grounds Management Association (GMA) Young Board of Directors recently joined members of Liverpool FC’s grounds team in encouraging youngsters to ‘Get into Grounds’ at Anfield Stadiu
Members of the GMA receive discount at 7th Annual BASIS Conference
The British Association for Sustainable Sport (BASIS) is offering GMA members a 20 per cent discount for entry to its seventh, annual Sustainable
Vision of the future
Vision of the future: Laurence Gale finds out what’s behind Gloucester City Council’s successful PPS Initiative.
Nathan Hume wins top spray operator Award presented at BTME
The prestigious title of Amenity Sprayer Operator of the Year (ASOY) has been won by Nathan Hume, Contracts Manager and Ecologist for national grounds maintenance experts, SH Goss Ltd.
Broadcasting code of conduct delivers £125m boost for grassroots sport
Grassroots sport in the UK has received a cash injection of £125m, as a result of the voluntary code of conduct on the broadcasting of major sporting events.