Helen has been at Chapelfield Norwich since 1992. She is Joint Head Nurse and has an NVQ in animal care. She enjoys working with animals and the challenges this can bring. Helen has one cat called tiger who has mastered the art of opening the fridge door at home! In her spare time Helen enjoys arts, textiles and design.
Krissy joined us in 2012 and has a National Diploma in Animal Management which she passed with triple distinction! she thoroughly enjoys working with animals and has a particular interest in young animals, puppies and kittens, post operative care and anaesthetics. At home Krissy has two cats and a dog. When not at work, she enjoys snowboarding & music and is passionate about animal welfare and the environment.
After starting as a volunteer Ros is now a permanent member of staff. She has completed an animal care course and dog grooming course at City College and has Animal Nursing Assistant Feline Behaviour level 1. Ros has taken on three cats: Ollie, Alfie and Petal all of whom came into CVP as injured strays. outside of work,apart from studying Ros enjoys playing the piano and watching films.
Hailey started working at CVP full time in 2003. Shortly after being employed her veterinary nurse training started and became a qualified and registered veterinary nurse in 2006. She then became Senior Veterinary Nurse in 2008.
Outside of work she enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends and going on long walks with her Alaskan Malamute Dakota. She also regularly shows him and he is on his way to becoming a UK Show Champion.
Jess has been working at CVP since 2009. After spending some time on Reception she moved on to become a student veterinary nurse. In her spare time she enjoys motorsport, walking her collie cross Buster and spending time with her two pet ferrets Boots and Sox.
As a child I was born into a family of animal lovers and grew up with three Labradors, two collie cross dogs one cat and a few other little furry friends too.
My love of animals drove me to study them more, and so in 1994 for my Duke of Edinburgh’s Award I gained experience and assisted at Chapelfield Veterinary Partnership Wymondham for an number of months.
In 1996 I started studying at Easton College and came out with an NVQ Levels 1,2,3 in Animal Care and also a 1st Diploma in Animal Care to which I received a Distinction in Animal Behaviour.
During my education at Easton College, I was pleased that in 1998 Chapelfield offered me a position as a member of the team and then Nurse with responsibility for a number of years before embarking into parenthood in 2008.
Now two wonderful daughters later the Company still cannot get rid of me. I’m still here every Saturday and it’s great.
When at home I’m still keeping busy with my own dog walking and pet sitting services, “Wainwright’s Walkies” which is expanding daily.
I generally never sit still, I love being with my family, my pets and my friends, making them smile gives me so much joy.
Alison started at Costessey in 2005, she lives with her partner and also her cat called “Fanny”. She is interested in complementary therapies in companion animals and has undertaken training in canine physiotherapy and T- touch therapy. Alison is also our qualified first aider.
Elly has had a lifelong ambition to work with horses and she joined us in 2007 after working at Chapelfield Vets Norwich Branch and at a livery yard. Elly has a National Diploma in animal care from Easton College. At home, life still revolves around horses as she enjoys competing in cross country, showjumping and showing her Connamaras. Elly also helps with the care and education of young horses for a local yard.
Natasha joined the team in summer 2016, after completing a level 3 extended diploma in equine management and level 2 work based diploma in equine management, at Easton College. Tash is currently studying for her Equine Veterinary Nurse Qualifications.
Tash loves biology and anything to do with the anatomy and physiology of the horse. When not working with horses, she enjoys eventing, showjumping and cross country with her horse Elise.
Julie joined the practice in summer 2012. As well as helping out with equine nursing, Julie keeps the whole equine clinic in good working order! In her spare time she teaches for the South Norfolk Pony Club. As well as her family at home Julie looks after two horses, two dogs, four cats and some chickens.