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About TurfCareBlog

Welcome, 

Home of the Turf Care Community

This site has been created to encourage, inspire and connect Groundsmen and Greenkeepers.

The blog started back in 2017 and more recently branched into winter sports and Greenkeeping.

The aim of the blog is to connect Groundsman/Greenkeepers at all levels of the industry and create a platform of knowledge sharing tips and opinions.

Why we are unique?

– Written by Groundsman/Greenkeepers alone.
– Unique Blogging style.
– Blogs based on current needs by the community, via polls and surveys .
– We signpost to relevant professional organisations like the GMA and associations.
– Independent.

We also provide online services for selling machinery, jobs listing page, how to videos and much more .

Anyone can blog in our community area, enabling everyone to be heard and have a voice within the industry.

Thank you for supporting us.

Brian and the team 🌱

Take a look at our community below, 10,000 views by our members monthly.

The Team

Founder
Brian Sandalls
Brian has two decades of groundsman and groundskeeper experience working from Golf to football. Currently working as the senior groundsman at Sussex Cricket and a pitch advisor for the FA. In addition, Brian has won multiple awards for his work including Groundsman of the Year on 5 occasions. With a huge passion for training grassroots groundsman, Brian has started this blog and is always there if you have any questions!​
Web Designer
Harvey Woods
Harvey turns Brians ideas into reality, from adding a live rain radar or a buyers guide to the site, all while working his day job as a Social Media Executive and Photographer.
Shop Supplier
Mark Wilton

MW Turfcare clients include premiership and village football clubs, golf courses, polo clubs, racecourses, tennis and croquet clubs, county and Sunday league cricket, bowling clubs and top private schools.​

Visit Marks website here: mwturfcare.com

Founder
Brian Sandalls
Brian has two decades of groundsman and groundskeeper experience working from Golf to football. Currently working as the senior groundsman at Sussex Cricket, a pitch advisor for the FA and is also based at Preston Nomads. In addition, Brian has won multiple awards for his work including Groundsman of the Year on 5 occasions. With a huge passion for training grassroots groundsman, Brian has started this blog and is always there if you have any questions!​
Web Designer
Harvey Woods
Harvey turns Brians ideas into reality, from adding a live rain radar or a buyers guide to the site, all while working his day job as a Social Media Executive and Photographer.
Shop Supplier
Mark Wilton

MW Turfcare clients include premiership and village football clubs, golf courses, polo clubs, racecourses, tennis and croquet clubs, county and Sunday league cricket, bowling clubs and top private schools.​

Visit Marks website here: mwturfcare.com

Our Writers

Football/Cricket
Paul Jackson
Paul has been in fine turf for 30 years including: golf, bowls, cricket, rugby and football. Paul runs his own business along with being an E.C.B pitch advisor for Northumberland.
Rugby/Schools
Ian Avery
Ian is Head Groundsman at Sutton Valance School. He is helpful with his many years of experience of preparing rugby pitches.
Grass Roots/Multi-sport
Alex Fitzgerald
Alex is Head Groundsman at Vulcan FC and assistant at Tiperley Sports Club where they have 5 sports going on a once.
Football/Cricket
Paul Jackson
Paul has been in fine turf for 30 years including: golf, bowls, cricket, rugby and football. Paul runs his own business along with being an E.C.B pitch advisor for Northumberland.
Rugby/Schools
Ian Avery
Ian is Head Groundsman at Sutton Valance School. He is helpful with his many years of experience of preparing rugby pitches.
Grass Roots/Multi-sport
Alex Fitzgerald
Alex is Head Groundsman at Vulcan FC and assistant at Tiperley Sports Club where they have 5 sports going on a once.

Our Community

Our Community

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