When Woodhouse Grove School chose a CCGrass surface for their new rugby pitch, way back in 2012, they were one of the first schools to go the “artificial” route. Now, nine years later the pitch is well established and has proven a great success.
Since our last newsletter, the double water-based pitch project at Worcester Hockey Club has made incredible progress. The first pitch’s turf has been laid this week, with the second pitch installation to begin next week. The chosen surface has been revealed as the fantastic shade of CCGrass blue.
It has become common practice to test synthetic turf fields to the appropriate standard. This is to ensure that the playing performance is correct and consistent over the whole pitch.
CCGrass UK are excited to announce the newest project that is being undertaken by Carrick Sports, at Worcester Hockey Club in conjunction with Worcester Royal Grammar School.
For many people, when the search for the correct artificial turf and system begins, there are a lot of questions about what to look for and how to choose between the vast options that are available. So here we have decided to give you some answers to some frequently asked questions, to help you in your quest to find the best artificial turf for your pitch.
FIFA Quality Pro field at Kielce University of Technology, Poland. The recently installed pitch, at Kielce University of Technology, Poland (Politechnika Świętokrzyska), is looking fantastic with the top quality Superb 45 surface in place.
AMI’s Grass Yarn & Tufters Forum has brought people together from throughout the artificial grass supply chain, to learn and network, for 15 years. The industry has been unable to meet in person for 12 months, so for the first time this event will be held virtually, in sessions over three half days, this May.
CCGrass UK are proud to announce that they are the new official sponsors of The Atlas Foundation’s, Front Row Club, a charity founded by rugby legend, Jason Leonard OBE.
After a challenging year in 2020 and a very slow start to 2021, government and press predictions are for an economic recovery, that will see the UK bounce back to life. Disruption is probably the key word when we look at the UK’s synthetic pitch market over the last 12 months.
Following the growing success of CCGrass in the UK and Ireland, CCGrass has opened a new office in England. Based within 5 minutes’ walk of historic Windsor Castle, home of the Queen, the new office will enable CCGrass to be closer to one of its main global sports markets.