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Monday to Friday : 08:30 - 19:00

Saturday : 08:30 - 17:00 at Irby Practice

Sunday : Closed

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Our veterinary staff at Neston Vets

Robert Forrester - Veterinary Surgeon/Practice Principal

Veterinary Surgeon: Rob Forrester BVSc MRCVS

A local Wirral lad, having grown up in West Kirby, Rob qualified from the University of Bristol in 2005.

Since then he has worked both on the Wirral and in a large veterinary hospital in Bristol, during which time he has concentrated on small animal medicine and surgery.

Rob lives locally with his wife, young daughter and son, along with their Labrador and Border Terrier.

In his spare time he enjoys taking his family to Parkgate for ice-cream in his classic Mini Cooper Sport or for a day out in his classic Land Rover.

Aileen Scott - Veterinary Surgeon

Veterinary Surgeon: Aileen Scott

Aileen qualified from the University of Glasgow in 2011 and worked in mixed practice in rural New Zealand for three years. She settled in Merseyside when she moved back to the UK and has been focusing on small animal practice since then.

Outside of work she enjoys hillwalking, climbing and skiing when she finds the time. She has two rescue rabbits acquired from her last job.

TBC - Registered Veterinary Nurse

Veterinary Nurse: TBC

Charlotte Colburn-Evans - Care Assistant

Receptionist: Charlotte Colborn

Charlotte is one of our receptionists, she started at our Irby branch in February 2016 and has transferred to our new Neston clinic.

Charlotte's educational background is in animal behaviour and welfare, most recently graduating in 2015 with a Master's degree in International Journalism.

Charlotte is a mum to 3 children. In her spare time she is with her two Bearded Collies Peggy and Woody, and her three cats.

Tilly Gollins - Care Assistant

Veterinary Care Assistant: Tilly

Tilly is one member of our team of receptionists here at Neston, having recently joined our Irby branch in November 2017.

She lives locally with her dogs, fish, ponies and flock of four small Southdown sheep. Although her passion is dogs, she will fall in love with an animal - a danger of the job.

In her spare time, Tilly attends dog agility with her rescue dog Boomer - a crazy Welsh Collie cross Kelpie! She also volunteers at dog obedience classes helping a range of dogs progress in their training.