Ashely has been our office manager since 2004 and is responsible for the smooth running of the practice. In addition to this, Ashley is also the Homing Officer for the Cambridge Cats Protection charity. She is dedicated to rescuing cats and finding suitable new owners for them and is always happy to hear from anyone interested in offering a cat a new home
Sheila is a true Cambridge girl, having been born here and raising her family here. Before joining us in 2003, she ran the office at a local glassblowing company. Sheila is married with two children and six grandchildren which keeps her very busy. She loves to travel and is a whizz at sewing and cooking.
Lynn was born in Cambridge and from an early age, was obsessed with animals. As a child she hand reared a vole, wood mouse, rabbits and small birds and has since progressed to kittens for which she has a real talent. She joined our reception team in 2005 and can often be seen tending to a tiny kitten or bird in need of hand-rearing.
Her passion for cats has lead her to foreign shores where she has done voluntary work for "Gambits". This charity, based in The Gambia, runs a neutering program for the stray cat population. Lynn has three sons; her youngest shares her enthusiasm for animals and keeps tarantulas, giant geckos and other lizards. What little free time she has is spent tending her garden and looking after her own nine cats!
Before joining Cambridge Veterinary Group in 2011, Christine worked in banking as a customer services manager. She is married with two sons and three grandchildren. Her hobbies include reading and walking.
Sheila is familiar with the medical world having worked in the dialysis unit at Addenbrookes Hospital. She joined Cambridge Veterinary Group in March 2016. Sheila is married with a daughter and two cats and enjoys keeping active by running, skiing and gardening.