NI-based vet is named BVA president

Charity veterinary surgeon Sean Wensley was today (24 September) elected President of the British Veterinary Association (BVA) for 2015/2016 at BVA's annual Members' Day at the Apex International Hotel in Edinburgh.' 'Mr Wensley, 35, was brought up in Formby, Merseyside, and graduated from the University of Liverpool Veterinary School in 2003. He is currently Senior Veterinary Surgeon for Communication and Education at veterinary charity PDSA and is based at the PDSA Pet Hospital in Belfast, Northern Ireland.' 'BVA is the UK's largest representative body for vets with more than 15,000 members and on his appointment as President Sean Wensley said:' ''I am proud and honoured to become the President of BVA. During over a decade of involvement with the association, I have seen at first-hand the huge commitment of its staff and committees and look forward to representing our members' views on all aspects of the veterinary profession.' ''The BVA officer team is dedicated to assisting the veterinary profession advoc

Charity veterinary surgeon Sean Wensley was today (24 September) elected President of the British Veterinary Association (BVA) for 2015/2016 at BVA's annual Members' Day at the Apex International Hotel in Edinburgh.' 'Mr Wensley, 35, was brought up in Formby, Merseyside, and graduated from the University of Liverpool Veterinary School in 2003. He is currently Senior Veterinary Surgeon for Communication and Education at veterinary charity PDSA and is based at the PDSA Pet Hospital in Belfast, Northern Ireland.' 'BVA is the UK's largest representative body for vets with more than 15,000 members and on his appointment as President Sean Wensley said:' ''I am proud and honoured to become the President of BVA. During over a decade of involvement with the association, I have seen at first-hand the huge commitment of its staff and committees and look forward to representing our members' views on all aspects of the veterinary profession.' ''The BVA officer team is dedicated to assisting the veterinary profession advoc

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Charity veterinary surgeon Sean Wensley has been elected president of the British Veterinary Association (BVA) for 2015/2016 at its annual Members’ Day at the Apex International Hotel in Edinburgh.

Mr Wensley, 35, was brought up in Formby, Merseyside, and graduated from the University of Liverpool Veterinary School in 2003.

He is currently Senior Veterinary Surgeon for Communication and Education at veterinary charity PDSA and is based at the PDSA Pet Hospital in Belfast.

BVA is the UK’s largest representative body for vets with more than 15,000 members and on his appointment as president Sean Wensley said: “I am proud and honoured to become the president of BVA.

“During over a decade of involvement with the association, I have seen at first-hand the huge commitment of its staff and committees and look forward to representing our members’ views on all aspects of the veterinary profession,” he said.