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The Votex B40 Blower Clears the Copses at Cotswold Hills Golf Club

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Campey Turf Care Systems has provided a remedy for an ongoing leaf and debris problem at Cotswold Hills Golf Club in the shape of the Votex B40 Blower. Course manager, Wayne Vincent, has overseen the course for 14-years, and the issue presented by the copses during that time is something he’s tried to find an

Exporting Expertise – A sporting view! By Richard Campey, managing director of Campey Turf Care Systems

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We have always been an exporting nation, casting the net far and wide and despite the contrasting views of Brexiteers and remainers, the desire to trade with our fellow men and women across the entire globe is so deeply ingrained in UK businesses, that the only question mark is do we always get it right?

Vredo enhance precision Overseeder range

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Vredo has revamped the precision Overseeder range by giving the machine a complete make-over, improving the shape, aesthetics and functionality, to make the best even better in the form of the Vredo Sport with DDS System. The company has been at the forefront of Overseeding innovation for the past 30-years, and the new range of

The Air2G2 GT Air Inject brings an air of practicality to Cheltenham Town Football Club

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Cheltenham Town Football Club head groundsman, Matt Utteridge, has purchased an Air2G2 GT Air Inject from Campey Turf Care Systems, to relieve compaction on the Whaddon Road pitch, with a wealth of other practicalities presenting themselves at the 2015/16 National League Champions. A 3-1 win against Lincoln City on the final day of the season

Campey provide the machines for Trubshaw Cross Ladsandads to self-manage marked improvements to their pitches

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Campey Turf Care Systems has provided Trubshaw Cross Ladsandads with a number of turf care machines after they took over maintenance of their pitches from the local council. Despite their being a timeframe of two-years in place for the football hub to take over the maintenance from Stoke-On-Trent City council, chairman Andy Salt was only