Another successful year for Turf Maintenance Live

Although the second day was plagued with heavy rain, this did not deter visitors to Turf Maintenance Live, held at St Albans School’s Woollam Playing Fields, on Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 October.

Over 130 delegates visited the event to see an eclectic mix of equipment that the 10 manufacturers and distributors had assembled at the superb venue, immaculately prepared by head groundman Ian Smith and his team.

Visitors were able to visit each of the exhibitors - Agria UK, Ernest Doe & Sons, GKB Machines, Husqvarna UK, Iseki UK, Martin Lishman, Price Turfcare (Ventrac), Rigby Taylor, Wessex International and Wiedenmann UK - to see their equipment offering and in some cases ride and drive the machines on display.

“Considering the weather on the second day we were pleased,” said Val Graham from the TML team. “Some attendees came from as far away as south Wales, which proves the value of the event. With minimal opportunity to demo equipment at other industry events, this was a great occasion for our groundscare colleagues to see a wide range of equipment and, for some, the opportunity to ride and drive the machines.

“We are indebted to St Albans School, and Ian Smith in particular, for allowing us the use of their superb facilities, which were in pristine condition and looked fantastic.”

Featured News

All-day mowing in a Stage V package

Ransomes has used the Stage V transition to produce the HR380 –...
...Read More

Wiedenmann GXi8 HD central to maintenance plans for for Brinscall Village Juniors FC

A Lancashire junior football club has taken delivery of a...
...Read More



Directory

Latest Products

CS 2610 -

By Kioti


Text With two speed ranges (Hi/Lo) the hydrostatic...

ETESIA DUOCUT 41 NACS -

By Etesia UK


The new Etesia Duocut 41 N-ERGY battery-powered...

SRM-3020TES high torque brushcutter -

By ECHO


Lightweight 30.5cc brushcutter with 50% more...

VIDEOS

CS-621SX an Overview X series -

By ECHO


CS-621SX -

By ECHO


PB-8010 an Overview -

By ECHO