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55 Barton Street, Tewkesbury, Glos. GL20 5PX   .   01684 292177 (24hr)   .   coldicottvets@btconnect.com

Meet Our Veterinary Team

At The Coldicott Veterinary Clinic we have three vets, supported by a team of nurses and assistants.  Staff share their time between our two practices but someone is always available to help you.

John Coldicott BVetMed MRCVS
John qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 1974 and has owned the practice sine 1984. He loves his small flock of sheep, especially his expanding flock of pedigree Berrichon, and enjoys riding horses in his spare time.

Megan Creese-Smith BVetMed MRCVS
Megan qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2013.  She likes working with animals of all shapes and sizes. In her spare time she enjoys climbing, mountain biking, scuba diving and skiing, and has recently taken up road cycling.

Hannah Mitchell BVetMed MRCVS
Hannah qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2016.  She enjoys the varied lifestyle working with small and large animals. Outside of work she helps on the family farm, patches up her accident prone horse, and enjoys spending weekends away off road car racing.

Shelley Ebsworth RVN
Shelley qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2012. Her favourite animals are cats, especially Bengals! Shelley plans to start training as a veterinary physiotherapist soon.
Lauren Waring SVN
Lauren has now started her veterinary nurse training after joining the team back in February.  She is looking forward to earning her RVN tite and already has a keen interest in dentistry.  Her favourite animals are Bernese Mountain dogs.
Charlotte Pullee SVN
Charlotte is a student nurse. She enjoys wlaking her 2 dogs, Dylan and Harvey, and cuddling her 3 cats, Bailey, Boston and Sassy.
Natasha White
Natasha is one of the longest standing members of the team. She particularly likes dogs and Charolais cattle. When not at work, she enjoys walking her Bull Terrier and helping to restore a 1975 VW Beetle.

Emma Cooper
Emma has been with us since 2003, but is now part-time to allow her to spend more time with her young daughter. She also competes for her local riding club on her coloured cob.