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Three beloved British trees in running for European title

Three beloved British trees in running for European title

Voting opens this weekend in the European Tree of the Year poll, with three UK entries vying for the title with entries from 11 other countries.

Yorkshire research body appoints senior industry figures as directors

Six new directors have been appointed at Stockbridge Technology Centre following the retirement of founding director Roger Sayer.

BIDs more in Bloom this year

BIDs more in Bloom this year

RHS gives Business Improvement Districts their own category in Britain in Bloom awards.

West Ham United among the first to try new Sherriff Amenity turf system

West Ham United among the first to try new Sherriff Amenity turf system

West Ham United is one of the first clients of a new Sherriff Amenity service to help grounds staff monitor the health and performance of their turf.

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Conferences need to be more memorable

Conferences need to be more memorable

Scrap Lea Valley proposals

Scrap Lea Valley proposals

When the head of planning and partnerships at the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority Stephen Wilkinson says he and the organisation he represents do not want to undermine the glasshouse industry in the Lea Valley or "close existing businesses", we must assume he is sincere.

Seabrook On ... Taking care to replace our cut down trees

Seabrook On ... Taking care to replace our cut down trees

When a high-sided truck with "tree care" painted on the side pulls up in our street, my heart sinks.