Holly started working at Towcester Vets in 2004 and qualified in 2007, she has worked across all the three small animal sites over the years and enjoys all the aspects of the profession, from anaesthesia and surgery to general nursing. Holly is currently based at the Paulerspury site.
Holly has two boys and a whole menagerie of animals, ranging from pedigree sheep, milking goats, horses to dogs, cats and chickens. In her spare time Holly likes to bake, read and spend time outdoors.
Pip has been working in the veterinary industry since September 2021 and she is planning on starting Veterinary nursing in 2023.
She is now enjoying developing her knowledge and experience assisting the vets at Towcester Vets.
In her spare time she likes to take her 3 dogs for long walks and spend time with family and friends.
Holly had a change of direction in her career into the veterinary industry after a background in HR and Administration at a GP surgery. She decided to take a big leap to finally pursue her dream career in veterinary nursing. She is currently an Animal Care Assistant helping the vets and nurses at the surgery to gain further experience. In the future she will soon become a Student Veterinary Nurse when she begins the Animal Nursing qualification.
In her spare time Holly enjoys playing touch rugby and competing in monthly tournaments. She also loves spending time with family, friends and her crazy, lovable beagle called Chester.
Rebecca is a qualified RVN. She has experience in equine and small animal. She currently works as a night nurse at our Burcote Road surgery in Towcester and enjoys monitoring our inpatients and assisting vets with routine procedures and emergency care.
Cheyenne Somerfield RVN
Cheyenne has been nursing since 2019 and qualified as an RVN in 2021. She came to Towcester from a very diverse background. She was a Marketing Director in Washington, DC when she decided to give up her corporate job and dedicate her life to animals. After coming to England, she obtained her qualification at the College of Animal Welfare in Huntington. Cheyenne adores nursing clinics and is happy to practice her Spanish and Mandarin speaking with her clients. All of her spare time is spent with her lovely and lazy Basset Hound Beti.
Ruby joined us initially on a work experience placement in 2019 and liked us so much that she then volunteered every other Saturday through until September 2020. For the last nine months she has been working within the nursing team whilst completing her Animal Nursing qualification at Moulton College. Ruby is keen to become a qualified veterinary nurse and continue her studying. Outside of work she enjoys being outdoors and going on long walks with her two dogs, Teasel and Bracken, also enjoying spending time with family and friends.
Lucy is the proud owner of Marlie, Izzie and Ali-Chi (3 chihuahuas), a rabbit, two guinea pigs, two budgies, a canary and two teenagers! She has always had a passion for the care and welfare of animals as well as a keen interest in canine behaviour, animal enrichment and scentwork. Lucy has attended a number of courses on these subjects over the past couple of years, including the achievement of the ‘Talking Dogs Scentwork Accredited Handler’ status with Izzie.
In her spare time, Lucy volunteers for Pawprints Dog Rescue. She really enjoys her role within Towcester Vets. Working as part of the nursing team, assisting in dispensary and helping run puppy parties is Lucy’s dream job. In 2019 she achieved a Level 2 certificate in Veterinary Reception with the College of Animal Welfare. She has just completed her Animal Nursing Assistant qualification enjoys being part of the Arthurs Orthopaedics team, assisting with bookings and enquiries.