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Meet the Team - Farm Vets

Stuart Gough

Stuart has been with the practice since qualifying from Edinburgh in 1993. As the practice has evolved over the years his primary clinical role has become farm orientated. As farm vets our main task is to ensure that the meat and milk which reaches your kitchen from British Farms is safe and produced to the highest standards of Welfare. Outside work he enjoys turning our British Farm produce into food to be enjoyed over a glass of foreign wine!

Chris Luckhurst

Chris qualified from Edinburgh in 1984 and after an initial stint in Newquay settled in Callington. He has a wealth of experience across all species. He is a member of the British Cattle Veterinary Association, the Sheep Veterinary Society, the British Equine Veterinary Association and the Goat Veterinary Society.


Sarah came back to her roots in Cornwall joining the Calweton team in June 2012 having gained a degree in Animal Science at the University of Nottingham and subsequently her veterinary degree at the University of Liverpool. With a keen interest in all things cows she continues to develop her interests in calf health, cattle fertility and infectious diseases. Camelid medicine also forms a large portion of her working week. In her spare time you can find her dog walking, scuba diving and advancing her skills as a wildlife photographer.

In March 2017, she Joined Chris and Stuart as a Director at Calweton Veterinary Group. 


Miranda has been with the practice since qualifying from Liverpool University in 2003 and has been part time since coming back from maternity leave in 2013.  An experienced mixed practice vet, she as a particular interest in all things Sheep.  She is delighted to be fully back into the swing of clinical work for the farm team, and still manages to find time to perform data analysis for our dairy clients. When not working or running around after a small child she can be found singing, playing her double bass or surfing.


We are pleased to have welcomed Lucie to our team of farm vets in July 2017.  She qualified from the University of Glasgow 's faculty of Veterinary Medicine.  In her spare time she enjoys both outdoor and indoor hockey, occasionally stepping up as umpire. She also hopes to try her hand at surfing. 


Jenn qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2017 and has been a welcome addition to our farm team.  Prior to starting vet school she has worked worldwide across the USA and Asia, not to mention having worked five lambing seasons and as a relief milker. Originally from Yorkshire, she enjoys hiking, camping, travelling to hot countries and scuba diving and is looking forward to exploring Cornwall.

Rebekah (Bex)

Bex joined the team in 2018 having qualified from the Royal Veterinary College, London and will be working in both our farm and small animal departments. In her spare time she enjoys all things outdoors, especially canoeing, and has played football whilst at university. Originally from Norfolk, she is looking forward to exploring the coastal paths and hills that Cornwall has to offer!


Rory graduated from Glasgow Vet School in 2018 and is looking forward to getting stuck into both farm and small animal practice! Originally from Yorkshire, he is is excited at the prospect of exploring Cornwall's  surfing beaches, and will definitely be sticking the surfboard in the van for post work trips to the beach. He also hopes to be running, climbing and mountain biking when there's no waves to be had! 


Naomi qualified from the Royal Veterinary College, London, in 2008 and after a spell in mixed practice joined our TB testing team in 2013. 


Marian joined us as a TB tester in 2018. He has a wealth of experience as a vet, having worked in various countries including his home country of Romania.

Farm Administration


Angie will be well known – at least by voice – to all our farmers.  She is your first port of call for arranging visits, routines and TB tests and is also adept at managing calls should emergencies arise.  She has been with the practice since 2000 and whilst not a vet she is truly essential to the smooth running of the farm practice.


Our vet tech Chrissie has been assisting the farm team since 2015. With 15 years experience as a dairy farmer and now running a beef  unit, her experience with livestock is invaluable.  She carries out mobility and condition scoring, provides assistance at TB tests, and helps the vets with a wide range of tasks including ram breeding soundness examinations and surgical procedures. In addition she provides support to our office farm admin team.