Category: Sports Ground Fencing

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Posted by jask Media on 1 March 2022

Sports Ground Fencing Guide for Schools

Sturdy school fencing and corresponding gates play a major role in the security and safety of sports grounds and playing fields. Not only do they keep people and animals out when they aren’t being used, but they protect the children who are already playing sports within its perimeter. With the...

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Posted by jask Media on 13 December 2019

Benefits of Bow Top Fencing

Bow top railings are ideal for protecting your property. From play areas to school playgrounds, you can rest assured that intruders and vandals will think twice before attempting to gain unauthorised access. There are many other advantages to bow top fencing, and we’ll be detailing them in this article.  ...

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Posted by jask Media on 31 May 2019

Fencing for Football Pitches

It’s important to select the right fencing for putting around the perimeter of a football pitch. There are numerous factors to consider, including the height of the fence, the style and the material. As well as fencing a gate will be needed for added security. So why is important that...

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Posted by jask Media on 31 December 2018

Best Fencing for Sport Grounds

Sports facilities used to support different infrastructure, due to different sports having different requirements and funds. Nowadays, Multi-Use Games Areas (MUGA) are becoming more and more prevalent, allowing multiple sports to be played on just one single playing area. The fencing that is used for these areas — or any...

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Posted by jask Media on 2 February 2017

How to Choose Sports Ground Fencing

At one time, it was the norm to have a dedicated area for every sport in a school or sports facility. Today it is more efficient, and therefore more likely, for a single sports ground or pitch to cater for multiple sports and be a multi-use games area. Football, hockey,...

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