Myerscough College (pronounced Myerscoe)
A college of Higher and Further Education in land-based and sports subjects. It is the National Centre for Excellence in rugby, football, golf, cricket and basketball and is the National Arboricultural Centre.
Originally established in the 19th century and known as the "Lancashire College for Agriculture" it moved to its current site in 1969.
The college occupies the substantial grounds previously occupied by the hall and farm, extending to River Brock on the north side, and St Michael's Road on the south. The college also leases several local farms, including Lee Farm and Lodge Farm, for agricultural research and teaching purposes. The college estate extends to 605 hectares, and the campus has extensive residential accommodation with single, twin and accessible bedrooms, some with en-suite shower rooms.
The site has a garden centre with cafe, on-site shop, ATM and it's own pub called The Stumble Inn. This will be the centre of our evenings' entertainments!!