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£1m floodlit artificial pitch for Nottingham ...

A new third generation (3G) artificial grass pitch (AGP) has opened at the Clifton Campus of Nottingham Trent University (NTU) for the benefit of students and the community. The university unveiled the £900,000 purpose-made, floodlit 3G AGP by staging the FA’s Girls' Football Festival. The new state-of-the-art pitch aims to strengthen the connection between professional football clubs and their local communities. Women's Super League Notts County Ladies will use the pitch for training as will West Bridgford Colts FC –and the Young Elizabethan League Nottingham for over-fives will stage...

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GIRL POWER REIGNS

 A record number of young women have started work at JCB as apprentices – challenging the myth that engineering is very much a man's world. Nine females have just completed the first week of their apprenticeships – almost double last year’s intake. They have been recruited as part of the company’s Young Talent initiative which attracted more than 1,000 applications for more than 100 new jobs for apprentices, graduates and undergraduates. A total of 59 of the new positions are for apprentices. Since its introduction three years ago, JCB’s Young Talent programme has seen almost 350...

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WHICH WOULD YOU CHOOSE?

Worsley Plant have conducted a video experiment to show potential customers why they should consider a Remu Screening Bucket to replace their existing Riddle Bucket. The video demonstrates just  how much smoother, quicker and easier it is to screen soil with the EX80 Bucket. ‘BEFORE REMU’ the machine and driver are taking a bit of a pounding using the Riddle Bucket, potentially leading to a big machine repair bill with all that unnecessary shaking, not to mention the driver feeling rattled. Yet ‘AFTER REMU’ the results are clear to see, and would without doubt lead to time and...

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