News, Horticulture

Bursary award helps horticulture apprentice to grow skills

Published
Tuesday 28 Mar 2017

A Myerscough College horticulture apprentice will be able to further grow his skills after being awarded a bursary to help him during his course.

Witton Park learners work to improve mental health in young people

Published
Monday 23 Jan 2017

Staff and students at Myerscough College’s Witton Park campus are involved in an innovative project to help young people who may be experiencing mental health issues.

Travel scholarships for young farmers, equines & horticulturalists up for grabs

Published
Wednesday 4 Jan 2017

Thousands of pounds are once again available thanks to an annual travel scholarship for young people involved in agriculture, equine and horticulture.

Further Merseyside expansion plans for Myerscough College

Published
Thursday 8 Dec 2016

Plans for Myerscough College to further expand its learning provision in Merseyside, as part of a multi-million pound scheme to revamp a local park, are well underway.

Five in a row for Myerscough College Gardens at North West in Bloom

Published
Tuesday 1 Nov 2016

Myerscough College’s Gardens have received another Gold Award after being named as the North West’s Best Small Tourist Attraction at the North West in Bloom Regional Awards, for an amazing fifth strai…

Myerscough greenkeepers have the Olympics down to a tee

Published
Tuesday 30 Aug 2016

Five greenkeepers who all learned their trade at Myerscough College have played a major role in the successful return of golf to the Olympics, after working as part of the team looking after the cours…

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