• Meet the Team

    Veterniary Clinic

Meet the dedicated team at Tidworth and Pewsey

Nick

Nick Weston

BVSc GPcertSAS MRCVS – Assistant Vet

Nick is the senior veterinary surgeon at Belmont Veterinary Clinic and works there full time, as well as being part of the team at the main hospital in Hungerford to cover ‘out of hours’ emergencies.

“I have been heading up the team at Belmont Vet Clinic since November 2015 when the practice was taken over by Hungerford Vets where I have worked ever since graduating from Bristol University in 2007.

When the opportunity arose to work in Pewsey, I was delighted to take on the role and being Wiltshire ‘born and bred’ it is an area I know well.  My aim is to provide the high standard of care that the pets of Pewsey deserve as well as being a friendly and familiar face to their owners.

My interests in work lie in soft tissue surgery and emergency and critical care, but I have a wealth of experience and a genuine love of animals that allow me to tackle most situations!

Outside of work I am a keen runner, competing in ultra-marathons of up to 100 miles, and I try to get out into the countryside as often as possible, the more mountainous the better. However my wife and expanding family soon drag me back down to earth! ”

Zoe Dicker

Vet

Zoe has worked in a variety of practices across the south of England during her veterinary career, and has also spent time in practices in New Zealand too.

She’s now much more local though, having lived in Pewsey for the past two years, and has recently become heavily involved in the local community. She is based at our Pewsey practice and loves having the opportunity to get to know more people (and pets) in the area!

Qualified Nurses

Rebecca Williams

RVN – Head Nurse

Rebecca has been at The Veterinary Hospital since 2002, having originally been employed as a trainee veterinary nurse. In April 2007 she completed the last of her exams and qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse. Since then she has slowly been working up the ranks and took over the Head Nurse role in 2012. She is also a qualified clinical coach so has a role in training the trainee Vet Nurses in practice.

Rebecca has two Jack Russell terriers – Taylor and Connie – who both come to work with her daily and keep her company on night duties. She states that home life isn’t too different to work as her house is becoming more of a rescue centre with all the animals she has brought home over the years.

In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys walking her dogs in the hills around Lambourn and pottering about with her three elderly horses. She hopes to be able to get a younger horse in the near future and starting competing again.

Gemma Davies

RVN – Belmont Practice

Ginnie Wilson

Trainee Veterinary Nurse

Brief Job Description:
Animal Care

Best Part:
Reuniting animals with owners

First pet:
Hamster called Jake

Bucket List:
Own a vintage Fiat 500

Favourite Drink:
Latte

Favourite Snack:
Nutella

Pet to own:
Sausage dog

Kerri Bailey

Trainee Veterinary Nurse

Brief job description:
-Monitoring animals under anaesthesia
-Inpatient care
-Laboratory work
-Giving advice to clients

Favourite part:
Cuddling puppies- not that we get to do this very often

First ever pet:
I have loads of pets when I was younger including cats, fish, ducks, chickens, rabbits, hamster and rats. But the one that sticks out the most in my heart is our first staffy, Oliver.

Bucket List:
Diving in the Maldives

Favourite Drink:
Vodka and coke

Favourite Snack:
Chocolate of any kind and pizza

Pet you’d like to own:
A skunk, but realistically, a million more staffies

Sarah Cobbett

Trainee Veterinary Nurse

Brief Job Description:
Training Veterinary Nurse

Best Part of Job:
Biscuits and puppies (but I couldn’t eat a whole one!)

First Ever Pet:
Hamster

One thing from bucket list
Go to Australia

Favourite Drink

Hot Chocolate

Favourite Snack
Chocolate… any!

Favourite Snack:
Chocolate of any kind and pizza

Pet you’d like to own:
A skunk, but realistically, a million more staffies

Molly Halden

Trainee Veterinary Nurse

Brief Job Description:
Inpatient care, organising and setting up for the day ahead and lab work

Best part of job:
Puppies!

First ever pet:
Yellow Labrador
One thing from bucket list
To see the world

Favourite drink:
Anything I can add to Vodka

Favourite snack:
Mcdonald’s

Pet you’d most like to own:
Golden Retriever

Hannah Lawrence

Kennel Assistant

Katy Bungay

Student Nurse

Brief Job Description:
Caring for animals

Best part of job:
Cuddling dogs

First ever pet:
Rabbits called Molly and Charlie

Bucket List:
Travel Australia

Favourite Drink:
Gin

Favourite Snacks:
Crisps

Pet you’d most like to own:
Cats

Beverley Mcenany

Receptionist

Brief Job Description:
Welcoming clients and their pets to the practice.

Best Part of the Job:
Cuddles

First Pet:
Rabbit called Rabbit (imaginative!)

Bucket List:
Learn how to fly (without my broom!)

Favourite Drink:
Champagne Darling!

Favourite Snack:
Caviar

Pet to own:
Black Cat

Julia Richardson

Receptionist

Brief Job Description:
Receptionist, welcoming clients and their critters

Best bit:
Cuddling said critters.

First Pet:
Stray cat called Silky

Bucket List:
A bucket to put my list in

Favourite Drink:
Beer

Favourite Snack:
Pizza

Pet to own:
A sloth named Sid

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Amanda Halling

Receptionist

Brief Job Description:
Welcoming clients, cuddling puppies and clearing up accidents

Best Part:
No two days are the same

First Pet:
Pippa and Posy the 2 rabbits I had for my 5th birthday

Bucket List:
Breed my own foal

Favourite Drink:
Vodka and Ginger ale with ice and a slice of lime

Favourite Snack:
Peanuts

Pet to own:
Foal

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