News, Agriculture

Myerscough student completes the ‘toughest footrace on Earth’

Published
Tuesday 24 April

A Myerscough University Centre PhD candidate has completed the gruelling Marathon des Sables, known as the ‘toughest footrace on Earth’, to raise money for student charities.

Myerscough student recognised in Young Citizen of the Year Awards

Published
Friday 20 April

A Myerscough College agriculture student has been recognised in the 2018 High Sheriff of Lancashire’s Young Citizen of the Year awards.

Myerscough lecturer elected chair of British Cattle Breeders Club

Published
Friday 2 March

A Myerscough College & University Centre lecturer has been named as the new chair of the British Cattle Breeders Club.

Students learn farm safety with Yellow Wellies campaign

Published
Thursday 22 February

Myerscough College and University Centre students have taken part in a scheme to raise awareness of health and safety amongst young farmers or young people in agriculture.

Agricultural graduate Jack begins auctioneer career

Published
Wednesday 14 February

A Myerscough College agriculture graduate has begun a career as a trainee auctioneer.

Young Farmers Leadership Academy successfully launches

Published
Friday 2 February

This week Myerscough welcomed the first batch of delegates to the Young Farmers Leadership Academy.

Open course search
Clear filters