Myerscough College News, Farriery
SUCCESS STORY: Vet nurse graduate Lottie praised for her studies
- Wednesday 20 Jan 2021
A University Centre Myerscough veterinary nursing graduate is looking forward to a promising career after being recognised for the quality of her studies.
Myerscough farriery’s Craig a shoe-in for BFBA President
- Thursday 5 Nov 2020
A member of Myerscough College’s farriery team has been named as the new President of the British Farriers and Blacksmiths Association.
FEATURE: Engineering a career with Myerscough College
- Tuesday 3 Nov 2020
This week is Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, an initiative aiming to show young people the vital importance of engineering careers, and provide information about how to become an engineer in the future.
Myerscough student aiming to complete one of the world's first ever farriery science PhDs
- Wednesday 10 Jun 2020
A University Centre Myerscough graduate is aiming to be become one of just four specialists worldwide to hold a doctorate in farriery science.
Indian farriery trip neigh problem for Myerscough’s Angus
- Wednesday 26 Feb 2020
A Myerscough College farriery tutor is working in India, on a project aimed at improving the lives of working horses, donkeys and mules from across the world.
#NAW2020 – It’s awards galore for Myerscough College apprentices
- Friday 7 Feb 2020
At the end of National Apprenticeship Week, we look back an amazing year for Myerscough College’s apprentices and work-based learners, as they continue to earn national recognition for the quality of…