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Myerscough College 

The college is one of the UK’s largest land-based and sports colleges, offering degrees in more than 20 subjects in partnership with UCLAN. Courses are also offered for 14-18 year olds and within these are opportunities for apprenticeships. Gardens and woodland around the campus provide their outdoor classroom.

 The tour will include the tropical zone and temperate zone; citrus grow here amongst many other plants.

The gardens have themed borders to help the students in their identification.

Lime tolerant border

Mixed herbaceous border

Eryngium and maritime border

Small pinetum; Small arboretum

Conifer border; Hosta border

Fruit and vegetable garden



10.30   Assemble atGarden House Café (number 28 on the campus map; attached); coffee / tea is served.

11.00   Tour of the gardens and glasshouses.

13.00   Purchase own lunch in the café 

 For further information and booking form click here

The events group organises an annual programme of talks and visits to public and private parks, gardens and other designed landscapes in the county (and occasionally to neighbouring counties).

If you have any suggestions for visits or talks we'd really like to hear from you. For more information email:  events@lancsgt.org.uk

Gardens Trust News and Events  

The Gardens Trust have issued their latest news and a list of events for the next year. They are available to read  by following this link. 

 GT News

GT Events

GT Diary



Future events planned 

Thursday 23rd August - Towneley Hall, Burnley (to include AGM)

Thursday 13th September - Stanley Park, Liverpool

Email your photos of events to web@lancsgt.org.uk  

Myerscough College July 2018
 Rode Hall June 2018
Rode Hall June 2018
Photos from the 10th Anniversary celebrations at Gresgarth Hall

Photos from the Leyland war Memorial visit


Thursday 6th June 2013
Launch of Historic Designed Landscape Report
©Gill Crook

HDL Launch - awaiting the first speaker
©Gill Crook

HDL Launch - Lunch is served 
©Gill Crook

HDL Launch - Tour of Lytham Hall gardens
©Gill Crook

Can you help: Do you enjoy meeting people and organising events, why not join the Events Group?

Do you own or manage an historic or contemporary Landscape: 
Would you be willing to allow a private visit to share it with our members?

For more information email:  events@lancsgt.org.uk

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