News, Countryside

Anna prepares to tackle the ‘toughest footrace on Earth’

Published
Tuesday 16 January

A Myerscough University Centre PhD candidate is preparing to take part in the ‘toughest footrace on Earth’ to raise money for student charities.

Olympic dreams of sharp shooter Lucy

Published
Friday 6 Oct 2017

A Myerscough College gamekeeping student’s dreams of competing in shooting at the Olympics have been boosted thanks to a sponsorship deal with a prestigious gunmakers.

Bumper year for Myerscough Open Day & Country Fair

Published
Tuesday 13 Jun 2017

Thousands flocked to Myerscough College to enjoy hundreds of attractions at our Open Day & Country Fair.

Countryside Fund grant boost for Myerscough agriculture

Published
Wednesday 8 Feb 2017

Myerscough College has been given a share of a £132,595 pot of cash designed to help rural communities across the North West.

Hedgelaying competition once again a success

Published
Wednesday 14 Dec 2016

The annual Wyre & Myerscough Hedgelaying competition was once again a big success last weekend.

Residential bursaries available for new agriculture, countryside & floristry students

Published
Wednesday 17 Aug 2016

Myerscough College is pleased to announce a Residential Support Fund has been made available for new applicants to agriculture, countryside and floristry courses.

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