How temporary sports structures will be used this summer

Temporary sports structures have a wide array of uses, but the common theme in each and every case is that they can enable the users to offer facilities that they would not ordinarily be able to do. In some cases, this can involve putting up temporary stands at sports...

How sports domes in the UK can work in all weathers

The use of sports domes has become increasingly popular in recent years, not least as the technology needed to prevent excessive humidity has been refined. While most sports are naturally played outdoors, the appreciation of the value of being able to play undercover...

Bespoke covers & domes for UK basketball courts

Basketball is one of the fastest growing sports worldwide, and its popularity is increasing in the UK. Sport England has invested money into basketball with the aim of increasing participation levels and directly funding programmes at grassroots level. Once a popular...

Serving up strong and durable covers for UK tennis courts

When it comes to tennis the UK loves to get actively involved, whether watching or playing. Two thirds of us tune into watch tournaments on TV and almost half of us own a racquet and participate for recreation and fitness purposes. The last couple of years have also...

We’re going all the way!

Some great news reached us this week of England making it all the way to the final of the FIFA World Cup in 2018! Okay, so strictly speaking not the England football team (we live in hope!), but it is true that England will have a guaranteed representative on the big...
The differences between indoor and outdoor tennis

The differences between indoor and outdoor tennis

Tennis was ranked as the sixth most popular sport in the UK in 2015 in terms of the number of people who play at least once a week.  It followed swimming, athletics, cycling, football and golf.  The sport is popular and can be played both outdoors and inside on a...