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SALTEX 2021 integral to the industry’s recovery
SALTEX and Events Director, Luke Perry, believes that SALTEX 2021 will provide a huge opportunity for the grounds management industry to regroup, reunite and celebrate.
Chance to win £100 GMA training voucher
We'd like to know how the GMA can help you with your training and development needs going forward. The survey takes approx.
New resources to help prepare for a return to play
Sport England have produced advice and guidance to help the sport and physical activity sector as it reopens and prepares for what comes next.
Nearly 3,000 clubs across the country benefit from Pitch Preparation Fund
Football pitches across the country are set to be enhanced thanks to a £7 million scheme from the Premier League, The FA and Government’s Football Foundation.
SALTEX to reschedule to March 2021
In light of continued restrictions surrounding mass gatherings, combined with the unprecedented impact on all of us from Covid-19, the Grounds Management Association’s (GMA) Board of Directors has
1.4m more children could play sports weekly, if grass pitches were improved
Latest report from the Grounds Management Association (GMA) reveals need for more investment, volunteers and resources to kick-start and boost grassroots sport participation post lockdown
GMA Live: Back to Play - mental health strategies - Tue 16 June at 7:30pm
Delivered by Broadcaster and Writer Mark Clemmit, our latest webinar explores and discusses mental health strategies to help those working in the grounds sector adapt to new working environments.
One week to go until GMA Live: Back to Play - Weds 13 May at 8pm.
Delivered by Jason Booth (Director of Technical and Learning), Tom Rowley and Ian Mather-Brewster (Key Account Managers – Football & Cricket for GaNTIP), GMA Live: Back to Play will cover lates
GMA Industry Research Report - now available in digital format
As we've been receiving requests for a copy of this comprehensive report, we've attached it to this news story. Just click the download link to view.
Thanks, Eddie, for everything
Eddie Seaward, formerly head groundsman of the All England Lawn Tennis Club for 22 years, passed away on May 12 aged 75.