Aled Roberts BVMS. MRCVS. OV. Veterinary Surgeon
I am a partner with the Bodrwnsiwn Group. I have a particular interest in large and small animal surgery/ orthopaedics.
Meurig Evans B.Vet.Med. MRCVS. OV. Veterinary Surgeon
I am a partner with the Bodrwnsiwn Group. I have worked in mixed practice for over 25 years. I have a particular interest in Cattle reproduction and sheep medicine.
Rhona Lampard BVMS. MRCVS. OV Veterinary Surgeon
I am a partner at the Bodrwnsiwn Group and have worked in general veterinary practice for over 25 years. I am originally from Scotland and a graduate of Glasgow Vet School I moved to Wales to spend a summer climbing and 20 years later I’m still here! I am mainly based at our Bangor surgery. My main interest is in small animal medicine and surgery and horse work, I also enjoy the variety offered in mixed practice. In my spare time I enjoy walking, climbing and horse riding.
John Griffiths B.Vet.Med. MRCVS. LVI. OV Veterinary Surgeon
I am a partner with the Bodrwnsiwn Group and I have been with Bodrwnsiwn since I qualified in 2000. My main interest is in farm animal medicine and herd health planning, in particular cattle work.
Clare Norlander Practice Manager
Emma Bayman BVSc Cert VA MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon
I graduated from Liverpool University in 1996 and came straight to North Wales. I gained my Certificate in Anaesthesia in 2007. During my time in Caernarfon, I met my husband and moved away with his work in 2010. I then worked in small animal practice in Rutland and subsequently in Somerset and also had two children, before making our way back to Anglesey in 2012. I then joined the team at Bodrwnsiwn on a part time basis. I am based at the Mona surgery, working primarily with small animals. My particular interest lies in emergency and critical care and also anaesthesia.
Outside work I am kept busy looking after my young family and variety of dogs, cats, chickens and horse, not forgetting the goldfish! When I have time I enjoy riding my horse, enjoying Anglesey’s beautiful beaches and baking.
Kayleigh Price Williams MRCVS, BVSc BSc (hons). OV. Veterinary Surgeon
I am originally from Anglesey, I graduated from the University of Liverpool in July 2015, having studied for a degree in Animal Science at the University Of Nottingham 2008-2011 before commencing my veterinary studies. I joined the Bodrwnsiwn group in August 2015 and am enjoying life as a mixed practitioner. In my spare time I enjoy riding my horse Issy, exploring the mountains and canicross running with my dog Gruff.
James Browning BVetMed (Hons) MRCVS. OV. Veterinary Surgeon
I am originally from Lewes in East Sussex. I studied at the Royal Veterinary College from 2011- 2015 after taking a gap-year to work at a riding school and teach Scuba diving. I then joined Bodrwnsiwn in September 2015 and I’m enjoying life as a country vet in Anglesey. When I’m not at work I enjoy swimming, cycling and horse riding.
Sarah Harley BVSc (Hons) MVM MRCVS. OV. Veterinary Surgeon
I graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2014 and soon began working at Bodrwnsiwn. I enjoy all aspects of mixed practice but my main areas of interest lie in small animal and equine work. In my spare time I enjoy running, riding, cycling and generally being out in the mountains.
Mike Adamson BVSc. MRCVS. OV. Veterinary Surgeon
Mike has worked with the Bodrwnsiwn group since 1998 and can often be seen at our Holyhead surgery. He has a special interest in avian medicine and small animal orthopaedics.
Katherine Lockwood BVSc MRCVS. OV. Veterinary surgeon
I graduated from the university of Liverpool in 2008. After graduating I spent 6 weeks working for a charity veterinary centre in India. Before moving to Wales I spent 4 years working in mixed practice in Lincolnshire. I can often be found at our Menai bridge surgery. In my spare time I enjoy riding my horse Port and walking in the mountains with our dog Jack.
Ruby Lowe BVSc BSc MRCVS. OV. Veterinary surgeon
I qualified in 2011 from The University Of Liverpool following a degree in Animal Science at The University Of Leeds. I then worked in a busy mixed practice in Denbighshire for 3 1/2 years before joining Bodrwnsiwn in April 2015. I enjoy all aspects of mixed practice, particularly sheep work and small animal surgery. In my spare time I enjoy looking after my small flock of Hebridean sheep as well as walking, horse riding, playing badminton and travelling.
Iona Speake. BVSc MRCVS OV. Veterinary Surgeon
I have been working with Bodrwnsiwn since I graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2014. I’m originally from Felinheli. I enjoy being outdoors and working with my Lleyn sheep or horses. Through the week I like to work with all kinds of animals , I especially like farm work.
Dewi Williams B.Vet.Med. CertAVP[EM] MRCVS. Veterinary Surgeon/ Head of the Equine Team
I carry out horse work for the practice. My clinical interests include reproduction, dentistry and medicine. I have a certificate qualification in Equine Medicine and am a RCVS listed Advanced Practitioner in that field.
Lucy Rimmington BSc MSc BVSc MRCVS
I studied veterinary at University of Liverpool between 2012-2016 having previously studied Zoology at University of Nottingham. I joined Bodrwnsiwn shortly after graduating and I am enjoying all areas of mixed practice. I have a strong equine background and worked for over 6 years at a large stud farm in North Wales covering all aspects of breeding and training, including handling stallions and foals as well as general equine management. I have followed my passion for horses during my veterinary studies and was awarded the Barry Edwards Prize for Equine Clinical Studies. My main interests are equine and bovine reproduction, medicine and performance. I still ride regularly, like to travel and love the outdoors.
Visiting specialist in Veterinary Cardiology
Rachel James MA Vet MB Cert SAM Cert VC DVC MRCVS RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Cardiology
After graduating from Cambridge University in 1999, Rachel worked in small animal general practice for 4 years during which time she gained her certificate in Small Animal Medicine. She then undertook a residency in Veterinary Cardiology at the University of Liverpool, achieving her Certificate and then subsequently her Diploma in Veterinary Cardiology. In 2007 Rachel established the cardio-respiratory referral service at Nantwich Veterinary Hospital. In 2009 Rachel achieved RCVS recognised specialist status in Veterinary Cardiology. Rachel then worked at the University of Nottingham as an Associate Professor in Small Animal Medicine and Rachel is the current supplements editor for the Journal of Small Animal Practice and has previously been the secretary for the European society of veterinary Cardiology. Rachel now works as a freelance cardiologist (James Specialist Veterinary Cardiology) in the northwest where she visits veterinary practices seeing cardiorespiratory referrals. . Rachel presents both at nationally and internationally and has published widely in her field. Rachel’s research interests include syncope in dogs and feline cardiomyopathies. Outside of work Rachel loves all outside pursuits with her family and animals.
Rachel has always been passionate about cardiology and respiratory medicine, scanning hearts since 1999 and presenting her first abstract at BSAVA from general practice back in 2000. She aims to provide an experienced, personal and friendly service with 24 hour back up as needed whenever possible. Rachel has already been looking at cardiac cases for us and is making a big impact on managing these difficult cases.
Vet support staff
Rhian Owen Veterinary Receptionist/ TB Testing manager
I am based at our Mona surgery and have worked for the Bodrwnsiwn group since 1994. In my spare time I enjoy walking, cycling and caring for my horses.
Ceri Williams Veterinary Receptionist
I have worked at Bodrwnsiwn since April 2013 as a veterinary receptionist/nursing assistant. I am based in our Mona surgery, but I can be found covering other surgeries at times. My interests are helping on my parents farm, cats and horses.
Leanne Henderson Registered Veterinary Nurse
I qualified in 1996 and have been with Bodrwnsiwn since August 2011, I am based at our Mona surgery. I enjoy lab work and radiography. I run the weight clinics and advise on dental hygiene for the small animals. Outside of work I like Motorbikes, walking and photography.
Kaylee Jones Registered Veterinary Nurse
I qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in August this year. My main duties within the practice include being a laboratory technician, anaesthesiologist, radiologist, phlebotomist, pharmacist and general nursing care. My favourite part of the job is scrubbing in to assist the vet with surgical procedures!
I have a black belt in kickboxing and enjoy travelling, playing guitar and going to music gigs. My favourite dog breed is a Labrador but I may be biased as we (Dewi and I) have one named Louie; he loves to go on long walks, taking long naps and chewing all his toys to bits.
Sioned Griffiths Registered Veterinary Nurse
I qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2015, I work at both the Holyhead and Mona surgeries. Outside of work I like to socialise with my friends and maintaining my car.
Sandra Sawicz Accounts Manager
I am based at our Mona and have worked for the Bodrwnsiwn group since 2003. My hobbies include knitting, baking and gardening.
Iona Parry Administrative Assistant
I am based at our Mona surgery and have worked for the Bodrwnsiwn group since 2005. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and socialising ( I am Bryn Fon’s biggest fan.)
Nia James Veterinary receptionist/ TB Testing administrator
I have been working for Bodrwnsiwn for the last 10 years , I’m based at our Mona surgery and am responsible for coordinating the TB tests. I can also be seen on reception at busy times and I’m Bodrwnsiwn’s chief party planner.
When I’m not in work I enjoy spending time with my young family and our 2 spaniels, eating out and taking my daughter horse riding.
Sian Hughes Animal Nursing Assistant/Receptionist
I Joined the team in Jan 2011, I am based at our Mona surgery. In my spare time I like socialising with my friends and family plus looking after and riding my horses.
Iola Owen-Griffiths Veterinary receptionist/visit co ordinator
I have worked for Bodrwnsiwn group since 1994 and I am now based at our Mona surgery co – ordinating the large animal visits.
Michelle Ryznar BSc MSc
I settled on Anglesey in 2015 after living in SE Asia for 4 years and love living in such a beautiful place! In my spare time I enjoy riding, walking my dog (and kids!) and looking after my flock of ex-battery hens. I am a marine biologist by training and love all beasts large and small.
Ruth Dalley BSc Registered Veterinary Nurse
I joined the Bodrwnsiwn group in Jan 2011 as holiday cover. I am now based in our Menai Bridge surgery. I live on sheep and cattle farm with 5 dogs, I like agriculture, motorbikes, photography, Morris dancing and kayaking. I also have a BSc in Zoology.
Della Jones-Hughes Registered Veterinary Nurse and Pet Health Counsellor
I started working for the Bodrwnsiwn group in 1987, I am based at our Menai Bridge surgery. I have a special interest in animal nutrition, outside of work I enjoy walking, horse riding and reading.
Sue Lloyd Veterinary Receptionist/ Nursing Assistant
I have worked at our Menai Bridge surgery since 1995. In my spare time I enjoy walking and reading.
Bethan Williams Veterinary Receptionist/Holiday Cover
I have worked in the veterinary profession most of my working life. I joined Bodrwnsiwn in November 2015 as holiday cover. I am mainly based in the Menai Bridge surgery unless someone needs a holiday! Outside of work I enjoying caring for my two dogs, my horse and socialising. Life’s little struggles have taught me that you have to laugh in life and I try my best to do a lot of this with my friends and family.
Elen Davie Student Veterinary Nurse
I am based at The Menai Bridge surgery, when I am on placement from college.
Carol Livett Registered Veterinary Nurse
I joined the team, mainly working in our Bangor surgery since August 2011. Carol qualified in 1989 as a veterinary nurse and has over 20 years experience. Outside of work Carol and her family are into athletics and she spends her spare time travelling to competitions across the UK and America.
Ceri Morris Registered Veterinary Nurse
I’ve worked at the Bodrwnsiwn Group, Bangor branch since 2007 and was involved in the launch of the Bangor branch. I started as a Nursing Assistant and then went on to study Veterinary Nursing at Glynllifon College. I passed my final exams in August 2015 and am now a Registered Veterinary Nurse. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends and also keeping fit.
Emma Dunn Registered Veterinary Nurse
I first started coming to the Bangor surgery one day a week as part of my Animal Care course, then went on to do Veterinary Nursing at Glynllifon College. I qualified in November 2015. My interests include horse riding, canoeing, travelling and books.
Roz Lofts Veterinary Receptionist
I joined the team in January 2017 and I am enjoying working with a great group of people. At home I have two horses, Topaz and Zac, a dog called Stan, and Carol the cat who I have recently adopted.
Tamsin Jessup BA (Hons) Equine client Co-ordinator
I Joined the team in 2009 to assist with the equine side of the Practice, my main role is organising the Equine visits from our Bangor Surgery. I have a degree in Equine Business Management and I am currently studying for my post-graduate certificate in Veterinary Business Management. Outside of work I like looking after and competing my performance ponies, running and catching up with my friends and family.
Angela Tower-Robbins Veterinary Receptionist/ Nursing Assistant
I have worked for Bodrwnsiwn since 2007, and am based at our Bangor surgery. My main interests are animal care and husbandry and in my spare time I enjoy horse riding, golf and fishing.
Adele Dawson Kennel Manager
I run the Boarding Kennels and Cattery at our Bangor site. My main interests are canine welfare and behaviour and in my spare time I enjoy horse riding, skiing and cycling.
Karen Part time Kennel and Cattery Assistant
I am orginally from the West Midlands and first came to North Wales in 1990 after serving with the British Army. I have recently retired from the North Wales Police, where I served as a police dog handler and specialist search dog handler and instructor. I am now happily working as a part time kennel and cattery assistant here at Gwyndy, where I can continue with my passion for caring for both dogs and cats.
Jan Owen Veterinary Receptionist/ Nursing Assistant
I am based at our Amlwch surgery and sometimes work at our Mona surgery. I have worked for the Bodrwnsiwn group since 1998. In my spare time I breed and show Welsh mountain ponies.