Our Croxteth Campus is based at Croxteth Hall and provides the opportunity for students from the Merseyside area to study a range of subjects in the Hall's beautiful surroundings.
Subjects that can be studied at Croxteth are: Animal Care, Equine Studies, Landscaping, Horticulture, Foundation Learning and Arboriculture.
To get to Myerscough College at Croxteth, enter Croxteth Park through the Service Entrance on Croxteth Hall Lane. Once within the park follow signs for the Estates Office and Myerscough College. Reception is situated in the Head Gardeners Cottage within the Walled Garden. Please park on the visitors car park.
Please note that Liverpool Centre Course Advice Mornings are held in the new Animal Studies and Equine Studies Centre.
Details of transport routes to the Croxteth Park centre are available here.
Set in the grounds of Bowring Park in Huyton, the College's facilities will encompass a newly refurbished stable block and coaching house - as well as having access to the 18 hole golf course and the soon to be rebuilt walled garden.
Working in partnership with Knowsley Council, Myerscough offers courses in Horticulture, Sportsturf, Foundation Learning and Golf Studies at Bowring Park. In addition to this, Arboriculture learners from our Croxteth Campus will have access to the practical resources at Bowring to enhance their learning.
Bowring is the oldest public park in Knowsley and includes the first municipal golf course in England (established 1913). It opened in 1907 and was a gift of Liverpool's first Lord Mayor William Benjamin Bowring.