Myerscough College, Lancashire, hosted their first harvest thanksgiving service at their Food and Farming Innovation Centre.
The college offers a variety of land-based and sports courses. Horticultural students decorated the conference room, using art made by children from the local primary school, while foundation students baked cakes and pies.
Around 60 people, from age 9 to 88, came to listen to the service led by Rev Garry Whittaker. Georgina Lamb, R.A.B.I regional manager for the North West, and Alison Robinson, the Myerscough College Principal, were speakers at the event. Songs were performed by John Cross School pupils.
Georgina said: “It was lovely to see farming families past, present and future represented at the service. It was a successful first thanksgiving and I’d like to thank Myerscough College for their support.”