Evelyn Hill RVN BSc (Hons)
Evelyn qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2006 after completing her training at Falkland Veterinary Clinic. She became full-time in 2007 after completing her BSc (Hons) in veterinary nursing science and then became head nurse in 2012.
Jenny Buckley RVN
Jenny started working as a veterinary nurse in 2005, became qualified in 2008 and joined the team at Falkland Veterinary Clinic in June 2018. Her interests include art and music and she likes horse riding when the opportunity arises.
Natalie Fenton RVN
Natalie started her veterinary nursing training at Falkland Vets in 2012 and qualified in 2016. She has a particular interest in laboratory work and loves working in a small animal practice. Outside of work she enjoys going for walks and seeing the latest movies.
Andrea Gould RVN
Andrea qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1989 and has worked in a number of mixed practices. She also obtained the City & Guilds certificate in small animal nutrition. Later she achieved a BSc (Hons) in agriculture with animal science and taught for a period of time at an agricultural college. She joined Falkland Veterinary Clinic in 2000 and has worked part-time ever since, splitting her week between nursing and practice administration. Out of work she enjoys walking with her dogs, horse riding and helping run the village cub pack.
Gary Lewis RVN
Gary has worked at the practice since February 2005 and qualified and registered as a veterinary nurse in 2011. He has since gone on to train as a clinical coach, being responsible for the training and development of student veterinary nurses. Gary enjoys working with all animals but he has a particular interest in the more exotic animals – the more exotic the better but he especially enjoys the reptiles. Gary has two cats that he rescued called Samson and Delilah. When he has some spare time he likes to spend it with friends and family, eat out, go to the gym or just relax at home with his wife and cats.
Sophie McAuley RVN
Sophie studied her veterinary nursing diploma at MYF Training in Aldershot and qualified in 2017. She lives at home with her two cats, Nalah and Kevin. Sophie has a particular interest in laboratory work and is looking forward to furthering her skills here at Falklands.
Marion Newman RVN
Marion gained a degree in biological sciences from Plymouth University in 1994, after which she worked as nanny for a year before deciding to train as a veterinary nurse. She studied at Bicton College of Agriculture and worked in mixed animal practices before qualifying in 1998. Since then she has worked in small animal practice, had a few children and finally joined us here at Falkland in September 2017. Marion shares her home with a number of loved ones, including: five cats, five hens, four tanks of fish, two rabbits, two hamsters, a pheasant, three children and a husband. When not working or being a mum she enjoys watching films, reading books and socialising with friends.
Becca Pearce RVN
Becca started at Falkland Vets in August 2018, having already achieved a BSc (Hons) degree in Animal Behaviour at Kingston University. Becca has gone on to complete the Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing to become a Registered Veterinary Nurse. She has a keen interest in surgery, anaesthesia and emergency and critical care. At home Becca has a very naughty ragdoll cat called Bailey, who is very well known at the practice for his feisty attitude! She also has another ragdoll called Benji, a Bengal cross called Sapphire and keeps a variety of reptiles. Outside of work she enjoys yoga, pole fitness and aerial silks and also loves going to gigs and music festivals.
Hattie Chambers May
Student Veterinary Nurse
Hattie joined Falkland Vets in 2018 as a student veterinary nurse. She is currently gaining as much knowledge and practical experience as she can before she begins her formal nurse training at Sparsholt College in September. Hattie has a huge passion for all animals and is very excited to have the opportunity to expand her knowledge of this profession and all it has to offer. She thoroughly enjoys working in this fast-paced environment and the fact that each day is always so different - you never know what's going to come through the door! Being part of such a well organised and dedicated team is also hugely rewarding. Hattie is kept busy at home with her own animals who keep her on her toes and provide lots of love and entertainment. These include a dog named Bliss; three cats named Kitten, Noah and Tilly; three ferrets called Teddy, Dolly and Bunny and two rabbits, Casper and Velvet. When she's not occupied with her pets, Hattie enjoys baking and testing out new recipes. She also likes spending time with friends and family and enjoys sunny beach holidays abroad.
Patient Care Assistant
Jemma joined Falklands as a trainee veterinary nurse, shortly after passing her A-Levels. At home she has two dogs named Barney and Pippa and a house rabbit named Raddit.