Vet Practice Invests 50k Into Expansion



Vet practice invests 50K into expansion
29th November 2017

By Sandra Pearce
Gavin McCoubrey, left, and Diarmuid Currid, with Saski outside the new surgery in Melbourne Street
A Greater Manchester veterinary practice is expanding with the opening of its third surgery following a £50,000 investment.
Tameside Veterinary Clinic opened its new branch in Stalybridge in November after taking over the lease of the former Yorkshire Bank building in Melbourne Street.
The practice already has surgeries in Ashton-Under-Lyme and Hyde.
The new surgery boasts three consult rooms, reception with separate waiting areas for cats and dogs, operating facilities and on-site parking.
The historic former bank building, which is in a conservation area, has been sympathetically restored. The cost of the renovation work and new equipment take the level of investment to £50,000.
New jobs, including a position for a veterinary surgeon, will be created.
The project has been overseen by Diarmuid Currid and Gavin McCoubrey, who set up Tameside Veterinary Clinic in Ashton-Under-Lyne in 2000, before opening the Hyde branch five years ago.