VETERINARY SURGEONS

HYWEL PARRY
BVM&S, CertSAM, MRCVS, RCVS…

Hywel qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon at the University of Edinburgh in 1997 and has worked at the practice ever since, becoming partner in 2007….

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Nigel Parkes
VetMB BA MRCVS

Nigel graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2011 and joined the practice shortly after. As a mixed practitioner he is involved in all aspects …

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Jodie Tanner
BVetMed MRCVS

Jodie graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, London in July 2015 and joined the practice soon after. She was already very familiar to the practice …

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David Romp
BVSc MRCVS

David graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2016 and joined the practice soon after. David is enjoying all aspects of a small animal practice and has …

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Kerry Billington
PGCertSAS

Kerry studied at Glasgow University, qualifying in 2009. She worked in mixed practice for 2 years before moving to an exclusively small animal practice...

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VETERINARY NURSES

Helen Stephens
RVN (Head Nurse)
Kathryn Bradbury
RVN (Deputy Head Nurse)
Samantha Gallagher
RVN
Nicola Cheadle
RVN
Rachael Chadwick
RVN
Toni Dunn
RVN
Bethany Whiston 
RVN
Leah Matthews 
RVN
Elizabeth Tarris
Student Veterinary Nurse
Abi Cooper
Student Veterinary Nurse
Holly Davies
Nusing Assistant
Georgia Allen
RVN
Gemma Buckley
RVN
Emma Foreman
RVN
Luisa Tunnicliffe
RVN

RECEPTION TEAM

Georgia Steele-Finney
Georgia Steele-FinneyReceptionist
Kirsty Barnish
Kirsty BarnishReceptionist
Lisa Shirley
Lisa ShirleyReceptionist
Lucy Smith
Lucy SmithReceptionist
Jordanne Turley
Jordanne TurleyReception Co-Ordinator
Claire Millward
Claire MillwardReception Manager
Donna Talbot
Donna TalbotReceptionist
Janet Kosciekowski
Janet KosciekowskiReceptionist
Becky CollisReceptionist
Julie HargreavesReceptionist
Chloe PrestonReceptionist

Charities

We provide veterinary care and work closely with local animal charities who are responsible for stray, abandoned and unwanted pets. Some of these pets require veterinary care & the charities are dependant on donations from members of the public.  It is local charities like these who are the unsung heroes of animal welfare, working tirelessly to care for and re-home animals in need.  Please follow the links below if you would like to know more about their work, foster or re-home an animal, or make a donation.

Cheadle Animal Welfare

Rottweiler Welfare

Cocker And English Springer Spaniel Rescue (CAESSR)

We also work along side the pet blood bank, a charity which provides a national blood bank for veterinary practices. Collecting, processing and supplying blood products to veterinary practice.