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A trio of new products from Charterhouse

A trio of new products from Charterhouse

First up is the Redexim Verti-Drain 1517, larger sister to the 1513. These high speed Verti-Drains offer increased outputs to ease busy workloads. This new model has a working width of 1.76M and handles depths of up to 50mm (6”); it weighs in at 520kg and only needs a tractor from 28hp to pull it. […]

BLECs new GKB Sandfiller praised by groundsmen and greenkeepers

BLECs new GKB Sandfiller praised by groundsmen and greenkeepers

A NEW tractor-mounted scarifier and sandslitter which removes and collects spoil and fills grooves with sand in one pass has been on a demonstration tour with BLEC managing director Gary Mumby. The Sandfiller, manufactured by GKB Machines, has been specifically designed for aerating and draining sports turf. In Glasgow Gary demonstrated the Sandfiller at Crow […]

Speedcut tackles massive football pitches construction job in London

Speedcut tackles massive football pitches construction job in London

SPEEDCUT CONTRACTORS are carrying out one of the biggest football pitches construction jobs in London, developing a five hectare (12 acre) site for Kidbrooke Playing Fields in Greenwich. The Kidbrooke site is home to Long Lane Junior Football Club the largest junior football club in London and one of the largest in Britain. It has […]

Institute of Groundsmanship announces Youth Development Action Plan

Institute of Groundsmanship announces Youth Development Action Plan

A Youth Development Action Plan to encourage more young people into the groundscare industry has been announced today by the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG), the leading membership organisation for everyone involved in groundscare and the maintenance and management of open spaces. Building on the success of the IOGs Young IOG initiatives with schools and colleges, […]

IOG wants more young people to join its gowing team

IOG wants more young people to join its gowing team

The Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) is creating the IOG Youth Panel to recruit and develop the next generation of leaders for groundsmanship in the UK. Youngsters aged between 16 to 25 are invited to join now. The Panel is designed to formally engage more young people in the development of the industry (and IOG) by […]

Good life gardeners turn to growing their own vegetables to beat inflation

Good life gardeners turn to growing their own vegetables to beat inflation

Sales of cultivators are soaring as more house owners are turning parts of their gardens into vegetable plots according to Mowdirect, Britains leading supplier of mechanised gardening equipment. The company has been selling a range of cultivators for more than ten years, but enquiries have increased this year from gardeners more used to tending perfect […]

Speedcut gives Essex college sports facilities a boost at Southend-on-Sea

Speedcut gives Essex college sports   facilities a boost at Southend-on-Sea

Speedcut Contractors have completed a major project at Futures Community College, Essex, during which they built two new football pitches, a cricket square and three artificial cricket wickets with nets. Futures College, at Southend-on-Sea, is undergoing massive development having just opened a state-of-the-art building. Sports facilities are an important part of the college, which has […]

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