Story of Feral Child Will Hit Bookshops Thanks to Top Prize

The fictitious story of a feral child’s life in the North West has won the Impress Prize for New Writers 2007. The winning novel Consider The Lilies was written by Carol Fenlon, 60, a PHD student at Edge Hill University.

December 10, 2007 Uncategorised

Edge Hill University Pipped at the Post

Edge Hill University was pipped at the post last night by the University of Exeter in the race for the coveted Times Higher Educational Supplement University of the Year Award for 2007.

November 30, 2007 Uncategorised

Star Student Nurse Scoops Prize

A special prize for children’s nursing at Edge Hill University has been awarded to Lorraine Bulger for her exceptional performance in her work placements.

November 29, 2007 Uncategorised

All Good Things Come to Those Who Wait….

Edge Hill University will find out in 24 hours if it has won the prestigious Times Higher University of the Year award – just a year after gaining university status.

November 29, 2007 Uncategorised

From Pen to Painter

Senior Management at Edge Hill University go back to the floor.

November 9, 2007 Uncategorised

Make the Most of Your Holiday

Students are being urged to make the most of their holidays as National Student Employment Week is launched at Edge Hill University.

November 6, 2007 Uncategorised

Why Don’t Boys Sing?

Thousands of boys are afraid to sing because they fear it may damage their masculinity, according to latest research.

October 30, 2007 General

The Law Offers Light Relief for Managers at Edge Hill Event

Deputy Lieutenant of Merseyside and well-known Southport solicitor Michael Braham will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of Edge Hill University’s Post Graduate/Post Experience Management Alumni Association on November 8.

October 30, 2007 Uncategorised