COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – an update for our clients.

Beth Miles RVN

Beth started working as a veterinary nurse in 2012 and trained at a practice in Somerset/Dorset through Lynwood School of Veterinary Nursing. After qualifying in 2019, she spent some time in New Zealand working with large animals and joined Garston Vets in 2020. In the summer of 2021, Beth left the practice briefly, before returning home here as Senior Consulting Nurse. She is excited to fulfil the new role, and work closely with our clients and pets. In her spare time, she enjoys socialising with friends, travelling and spending time with her niece and nephews.

Emma March

Emma joined the nursing team as a kennel assistant in 2021. She was selected to take part in the ‘Pathways to Veterinary Science’ program at Bristol University and hopes to start veterinary school in 2023. Emma spends her spare time competing her horses and working her dogs.

Albany Golledge

Albany is a second year student at Coleg Gwent and has an interest in neonatal, exotics and rabbits. She has a dog called Molly, her hand reared cat named Chip and 2 rabbits called Joey and Charlie.

In her spare time Albany enjoy’s photography, painting and spending time with her family.

Tara Butler

Tara joined the nursing team as an Animal Nursing Assistant and hopes to eventually become a Registered Veterinary Nurse. She has a naughty cat called Willow and a Shih Tzu named Oscar. In her spare time Tara enjoys travelling and I would love to eventually see the whole of Europe and more!

Eloise Padfield

Eloise joined our nursing team in 2021 as an Animal Nursing Assistant. In her spare time she enjoys helping on the family farm, walking her two Labradors and going out with friends.

Emily Ceurvorst RVN

Emily initially came to us on a weekly work experience placement in 2017, as she was looking for a change in career. She fell in love with the profession and went off to work in another practice as a student nurse. In 2020, Emily returned to us as a Registered Veterinary Nurse.
In her spare time, Emily has a menagerie of animals to look after, including a horse named Santio, a 3 legged cat named Flo, a Springer Spaniel called Teigan and some other small furriers! She is also spending a lot of time planning her 2022 wedding!
Celina Miller

Celina joined the nursing team in January 2021 as a Kennel Assistant. She recently qualified as a Vet Care Assistant (VCA) at Bath college and has now progressed to an a

Animal Nursing Assistant  In her spare time, Celina loves spending time with her 5 younger siblings and enjoys taking her dogs out for walks. She also loves having cuddles from her cat Luna.

Jennifer Chakrabarty RVN

Jennifer graduated from Hartpury University in 2019. Having previously trained and worked in a small animal hospital in Bristol for three years Jennifer joined our team at the end of 2020. Her favourite aspects of nursing are inpatients, exotic species and anaesthesia, an area she hopes to achieve a certificate in. In her spare time she enjoys trying out new baking recipes, walking, video games and visiting her family dogs Patch and Pippa.

Annabel Baker RVN

Annabel qualified from Hartpury College with a degree in Veterinary Nursing Science in 2012. She started with us in November 2020 at our Warminster surgery. Annabel lives with her husband, 2 girls, 2 cats and 1 dog. In her spare time she enjoys caring and riding her horse, and going for long walks with her family and dog.


Gemma started nursing in 2002 at a mixed practice in Surrey and qualified in 2005. She enjoys all aspects of nursing, but has a keen interest in anaesthesia and exotic species.
Gemma enjoys spending time with her Sprocker Apollo, alongside learning Agility and exploring the countryside.

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