Sporting Future, a year on: sports minister challenges sector to innovate and...
A year on from delivering the first real piece of sporting policy in a decade, Sports Minister Tracey Crouch has challenged the sector to grow and innovate following a period of transition.
UK coastal towns set for economic boost as National Lottery invests £33m in...
Grants to revitalise 13 parks in towns and cities across the UK including Great Yarmouth, Scarborough, Ramsgate, Fleetwood and Brighton.
Sport & leisure venues affected as Manchester City Council proposes £30m...
Several sport and leisure facilities in Manchester, such as the National Cycling Centre, Taekwondo Centre and Squash Centre, may be forced to share back office services as the city council attempts
Chelsea FC’s Herzog & de Meuron stadium given thumbs up by planning officers
The plan to demolish Chelsea FC’s Stamford Bridge ground and replace it with a 60,000-capacity stadium has received a recommendation by planning officers.
Everton stadium plan making solid progress
Everton FC’s quest to build a modern new stadium is making “solid progress on many fronts”, supporters were told by the club’s executive board.
SIS Pitches complete World Cup hat-trick
SIS Pitches have sealed a hat-trick for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, after being given the go ahead to install a new SISGrass hybrid pitch at the new Rostov Arena.
Government funding for national parks slashed by millions over last five years
Government funding for England's much loved national parks has been slashed over the last five years, new analysis has shown.
John Deere launches new fairway mower
Combining higher capacity mowing with premium cut quality and after-cut appearance, John Deere’s new 8900A PrecisionCut fairway mower is the latest addition to the company’s award-winning A Model f
Woven technology a hit for GreenFields
It has been an exciting year for GreenFields and its two premium woven products – their hybrid turf system XtraGrass and 3G turf MX TriMension.
LTA and sportscotland pump £15m into indoor court development
Sportscotland and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) have teamed up to launch a £15m (US$18.5m, €17.8m) project to double the number of covered courts in Scotland.