THE LANGFORD Trust for Animal Health and Welfare is a registered charity, which raises funds for the University of Bristols School of Veterinary Science. It aims to foster public education in animal health and welfare while developing and implementing methods of livestock production conducive to the health and welfare of animals.
The Small Animal referral hospital is at Langford House, which is in the village of Langford 12 miles south west of Bristol. It is the major veterinary referral centre for the South and West of England, the Midlands and South Wales, offering the best treatment for sick and injured animals together with excellent training for the veterinary surgeons of the future.
In accordance with the Trusts aim to foster public education of animal health and welfare, it is holding a Small Animal Open Day at the department of Clinical Veterinary Science at Langford on Thursday April 18th 2001 from 10am until 3.30pm.
The day will consist of a series of illustrated talks and lectures, two course lunch with the clinicians and speakers, refreshments on arrival and before departure, and a tour of both the large and small animal hospitals and facilities.
The day is aimed at members of the general public with a love for dogs and cats who genuinely wish to learn more about these companion animals.
The charge for this day is just £40 per person. Places are limited. Application for tickets should be sent to: Mrs E Coombs, The Langford Trust, Langford House, Langford, North Somerset BS40 5DU. SAE for tickets would be appreciated. Tel 0117 928 92.07.