Sara Smith

Sara joined the reception team at Weedon in February 2022 after working in financial services for over 30 years. Sara has always loved animals, so being able to work somewhere she can help pets and their owners is absolutely ideal. Over the years, Sara has rehomed several cats and lives with her husband, two teenage daughters and their very spoilt cat, Jim!

Lisa Keen

Lisa has worked for Towcester Veterinary Centre since 1996, initially as a part time receptionist, then as full-time Practice Administrator and now Finance Manager. Her job covers a multitude of tasks including payroll and the business accounts. Lisaowns two cats Madness and Mabel, but can also be found pet-sitting her daughter’s dog Scout. Lisa enjoys listening to music, attending the theatre and socialising with family and friends.

Ian Farnell

Ian joined our team in early 2020 and has hit the ground running! He is responsible for all IT and facilities across all our 5 sites.

Ian and his wife own a gorgeous Labrador x Spaniel and enjoy walking her together.

Some of our clients may have enjoyed watching Ian play his guitar with his band at various events. ‘Batch22’ have provided some fabulous entertainment over the years.

Sue Adams Chartered MCIPD

Sue joined Towcester Vets in October 2019 as our HR Manager. With her extensive experience of over 20 years of working in HR across a variety of industries, Sue is responsible for the recruitment of the team and their working life cycle.

Sue owns a gorgeous (albeit slightly bonkers) Labrador x Border Collie and in her spare time enjoys performing with Rock Choir, walking and baking.

Alison Nicholls

Alison joined Weedon Vets as a receptionist in March 2015. Initially she trained as a radiographer before joining the family business in Towcester in which she has worked for the last 20 years.

Alison comes from a farming family and has always had a love of all animals. Growing up she was surrounded by pets which included dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, budgerigars, fish and tortoises. Earlier in the year she decided to use her previous medical experience and combine it with her love of animals to work in a Veterinary practice. Meeting pets and their owners, she has quickly realised that this is her perfect job and thoroughly enjoys her role within the practice team. Alison currently has one re-homed cat called Sammy, however she doesn’t think it will be too long before she is joined by a little brother or sister!

Pam Finta

Having been a client of Towcester Vets for twenty years, Pam then joined the team as a receptionist in 2016. She has thoroughly enjoyed her transition from client to staff and enjoys all aspects of the job. Pam enjoys meeting a broad spectrum of clients and pets, helping people and pets alike to feel welcome and comfortable at the practice. More recently Pam has taken on the role of Small Animal Accounts Administrator, she is enjoying the new challenges that this brings.

Outside of work she is married with two grown up sons. Together, they are proud and loyal supporters of Northampton Saints RFC which over the years has been a labour of love at times!

Pam owns an elderly terrier Bailey, aka The Princess, Guiness , her geriatric cat and Folly her older horse.

Sam Watt

Sam has worked as a Veterinary Receptionist since 2004 & joined our Towcester Vets team in June 2014. She was previously our Head Receptionist and managed a team of 11 receptionists over 2 sites. Sam has now taken on the Practice Administrator role and also assists largely in the accounts department. She also enjoys the additional responsibilities of dealing with clients in the bookings of appointments and enquires for Arthurs Orthopaedics.

Sam has previously worked as a kennel assistant at The Guide Dogs For The Blind Association and within a Great Dane Breeding Kennels. She also owns a house cat called Minnie & a husband called Ady!”

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