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Full-time veterinary nurse, Wigan

We are a tier 3 hospital, referral centre and nurse training practice. Amongst our biggest asset, our team, we provide a wide array of services and equipment that ensure no two days are ever the same. Our popular grooming salon is located within the practice which is also used as a grooming school. We also have a sister company called Northwest MRI & CT that offers an outpatient service to other vets in the northwest area.

Owing to continued expansion, we have an exciting opportunity for a veterinary nurse to join our dedicated team. We are looking for someone who is highly motivated and a great communicator, with an emphasis on outstanding patient care. The role would be ideal for a passionate veterinary nurse who would like to expand their knowledge of surgical procedures and imaging.

We offer an attractive salary, pension scheme and CPD is encouraged to certificate level if desired. Accommodation and a vehicle also available. 40 hour week, weekends are 1 in 5 Saturday mornings. There is no OOH. For full package details, please send your CV to jamesw@anrichvets.co.uk or phone 07753 683588.

  • Seven clutches of little tern eggs ’stolen’ in Norfolk
    Blog SpotNorfolk police are investigating the suspected theft of seven clutches of little tern eggs from Winterton Beach, North Norfolk.

    Little terns are one of the UK’s rarest seabirds, with around 1,500 breeding pairs in the country. Volunteers and staff from the EU Life+ Little Tern Recovery Project work shifts to monitor the nests in daylight hours, when the birds are most vulnerable to disturbance.

    In the early hours of the morning on 20 June, however, RSPB wardens discovered that up to 20 eggs had been taken. Human footprints were found leading up to each nest.

    Under the Wildlife & Countryside Act 1981 it is an offence to intentionally take or destroy the egg of any wild bird. Fabian Harrison, from the RSPB, called the suspected thefts “devastating”.

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