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National School Sport Week

What is National Sport Week? Between 20-24 June 2016, schools up and down the country take part in National School Sport Week. The week is organised by the Youth Sport Trust and aims to encourage pupils to become more involved in sports and get active. This could be by taking up a sport out of school or getting more […]

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Outdoor Play is Crucial for Children’s Development

It comes as no shock to learn that children are filled with lots of energy and sitting in a classroom all day may affect their development, which is why Learning through Landscapes (LTL) and Early Childhood Forum (ECF) have been working together to bring to light the importance of outdoor play for young children. They […]

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Ilkley Town FC Make the Switch to Artificial Grass!

Ilkley Town AFC is a West Yorkshire based Football Club, who competes in the West Yorkshire Association Football League, in division one. They might not be in a division as high as their neighbouring clubs, Bradford City and Leeds United, but their ambition to progress in the future is admirable. Ilkley Town train at Ben […]

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Artificial Grass in Garden Construction

Artificial grass offers loads of benefits for gardens, sports pitches, golf courses and playgrounds The construction industry has been shouting about the benefits of artificial grass for a long time, with landscapers, builders and architects all using turf in garden projects to ensure that lawns remain lush, green and in perfect condition. But what is […]

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FA Recommends 50% Increase in Artificial Grass Pitches

The Football Association recently announced plans to invest a record £260m over the next 4 years into grassroots football. The FA has increased its funding for 2015-2019 by £60m compared to the funding allocated for the previous four-year period. The association hopes that the boost will improve coaching and facilities in the amateur game whilst […]

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Green Spaces are Key to Cities Success

At Nomow we regularly work with architects to assist with many aspects of design, landscaping and ground works and we understand the importance of green spaces in urban development. A new study carried out by researchers at the University of Exeter has confirmed the importance of green spaces in cities. Working with Hokkaido University in […]

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Manchester Goes Green with New Living Wall

A brand new ‘living wall’ has recently been constructed at the Castlefield-Deansgate tram stop in Manchester. The station now boasts a great panel of plants and wildflowers surrounded by extensive landscaping, offering a calm and peaceful environment for passengers who are waiting for the tram. Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) developed the city’s new green […]

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Plans Revealed for Urban Park to be Built on Highway

Tel Aviv’s local committee for Planning and Building has just given the thumbs up for a great, green park to built on top of one of the city’s busiest highways. The 60-acre ‘urban oasis’ is scheduled to built above the jam-packed Ayalon Highway, giving a section of the heavily travelled roads a brand new, grassy […]

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Green Spaces Improve Schoolchildren’s Mental Development

A new study has revealed that children in urban schools could benefit from green spaces in and around their school. The research, which was carried out on school children aged between 7 and 10 in Barcelona, Spain, suggested that exposure to green space boosted short-term memory (improved by 23%) and reduced inattentiveness in class (by […]

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Nomow Celebrate National Gardening Week

National Gardening Week is upon us, taking place this week from 13th-19th April! Launched by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), National Gardening Week is a time to celebrate everything green, with this year’s theme encouraging gardeners to “Start Something Beautiful” As with previous years, the start of National Gardening Week has already seen thousands of people […]

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Industry News- Bridging The Northern Gap In Construction

Towards the end of 2014 and into 2015, thre has been increasing focus  about rebalancing the UK economy away from a dependence on London and the South East. There is a strong lobby emerging backing additional devolved powers to the northern city regions, with one idea being the One North proposal, which aims to speed […]

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