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Myerscough Gardens make it the triple on 50th anniversary of North West In Bloom

Posted on Tuesday 28 October 2014

Myerscough College’s Gardens have received another Gold Award after being named as the North West’s Best Small Tourist Attraction at the recent North West in Bloom Regional Awards, for the third year running.


The ceremony, which also celebrated the campaign’s 50th anniversary, saw the college successfully defend the .. read more

Myerscough announce details of latest ‘TED’ project

Posted on Monday 27 October 2014

Myerscough College is launching its latest initiative aimed at 16-24 year olds living in Lancashire who aren’t in either employment or education.


In partnership with Lancashire Young Persons Service, Lancashire Police - Early Action Team, the Army Reserves, the college are launching a new 6 week training programme, which will be delivered the main Preston campus. The MyFuture TED .. read more

Myerscough’s Head of Golf recognised with teaching award

Posted on Monday 27 October 2014

The Head of Myerscough College’s golf programmes has been recognised with a special teaching award – voted for by his students.


Course Leader, Rick Daniels has been presented with a ‘We Heart U’ award – a student lead teaching awards scheme organised by Myerscough, in association with our higher education partner, UCLan. Nominations for the awards are open .. read more

Vet nurses ‘Wear It Pink’ for breast cancer research

Posted on Friday 24 October 2014

Myerscough College Veterinary Nursing staff and students have once again come out in force to support this year’s ‘Wear It Pink’ initiative.


The Breast Cancer Campaign’sannual event sees people across the country wear something pink for one day to raise cash for breast cancer research. Around 70 members of the group got involved this year, supporting the campaig .. read more

News in brief

Posted on Thursday 23 October 2014

Rugby students earn county call up


Four Myerscough College rugby students have been selected to represent Lancashire in a major event this weekend.


Joe Duffy will captain the under-18s side, while  Jack Conteh, Ethan Wringe and George Colebourne are also included in the squad .. read more

News roundup

Posted on Wednesday 15 October 2014

Animal Studies student creates pet hotel business


A former Myerscough College student has created a ‘hotel’ specifically designed for animals.


Fiona Finlayson’s new business is The Hedge Hotel in Burnley, which specialises in looking after small pets, including he .. read more

Like father, like son for motorsport students

Posted on Tuesday 14 October 2014

A Myerscough College degree student has followed in his father’s footsteps by enrolling on the same course, just a year after his dad.


Phil Boyle, and his son Chris, both study the Foundation Degree in Motorsport Management & Logistics, with Phil on his second year and Chris his first. The pair, from Chorley, are keen motor enthusiasts, making it the perfect course for them .. read more

Myerscough Floristry department nominated for three national awards

Posted on Tuesday 07 October 2014

The success of Myerscough College’s floristry department has been recognised after being shortlisted for three national awards.


The British Florist Association (BFA) Awards recognise the best in the industry with a prestigious annual ceremony. Myerscough have been shortlisted in three categories – Employer of the Year and Training Provider of the Year, while Sam Cook is nom .. read more

Students hand over charity cheque

Posted on Tuesday 07 October 2014

Myerscough College students have raised almost £1,300 for their Charity of The Year.


A cheque for £1,298.05 was handed over to Papyrus, an organisation who work to prevent suicide in the young. The ceremony was part of the college’s annual Wellbeing Day, which also saw the student’s new charity, the North West Air Ambulance, officially unveiled.


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Mechanisation students go on the pull with the ‘International Educator’

Posted on Monday 06 October 2014

Myerscough College are about to enter the world of the most powerful  - and unusual – motorsport on the planet – tractor pulling.


Degree level students will spend their year working on a major project to put together a Supersport Tractor, only the fourth one of its kind to ever be built in the UK. The chassis and transmission, including the gearbox and real axle, have .. read more

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