The Veterinary Team
We have a passionate team at Temple End who truly care about your pet’s welfare.
We have a passionate team at Temple End who truly care about your pet’s welfare.
Peter Thomas graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2000. After working in Manchester and Portsmouth he joined the practice in 2004, going on to become a partner in 2012. He has a particular interest in orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery but enjoys all aspects of veterinary work. He lives in Marlow with his wife, Nicky, his sons, Owen and Ethan, daughter, Erin and his cat, Hector. Outside of work Peter enjoys running and, in the summer, plays tennis.
Tim Ferens graduated from the Royal Dick Veterinary College, Edinburgh in 1999. He has worked in the Bucks/Berks area since then with a brief stint working in Rotorua, New Zealand. He came to Temple End in 2006 and became a Partner in the practice in 2012. Tim, his wife Dee, daughter Mia and son Finlay, cat Eddie live in High Wycombe. He enjoys mountain biking, running, road cycling and whenever possible, skiing.
Kezia Eves graduated from St George’s University, Grenada in 2008. From graduating she has worked in the Bucks area, joining Temple End this year, May 2014. She enjoys all aspects of medicine and surgery, with a particular interest in dentistry and exotics. Kezia lives in High Wycombe with her husband, her son, cat Charles and English Bull Terrier Gari; a household of boys! Kezia enjoys dog walking and spending time with friends and family.
Jacqui Chesham was pleased to accept the position of Practice Manager in January 2004 having worked on reception Temple End a few years earlier before leaving to run a branch practice elsewhere. She has lived in Marlow for most of her life with husband Neil, they have two daughters and three grandchildren. She enjoys driving her 1955 VW Beetle, dog walking, gardening and spending time with family.
Emily Willdig graduated from Cambridge University in 2014 and joined the practice soon after. She enjoys both medicine and surgery but likes cuddling puppies the most. Originally from Cheshire, she has grown up surrounded by cows in the fields and various dogs in the home and now has a cat called Lily that she adopted from the practice. In her spare time she loves going out and socialising with friends but also more civilised activities such as country walks and going round National Trust properties!
Nicky Thomas graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 2003. After working in Reading and Maidenhead for many years she joined the practice in October 2017. Her main interests are in internal medicine, cardiology and diagnostic imaging, especially ultrasound, though she also enjoys soft tissue surgery. She lives in Marlow with her husband Pete, 2 sons Owen and Ethan and daughter Erin along with Hector the cat. In her spare time she enjoys baking, dancing and theatre going.
Katherine Buick graduated from the University of Bristol in 2013. After working at a neutering clinic in Fiji, and then as a mixed animal vet in North Wales, Katherine joined Temple End in May 2016. She enjoys soft tissue surgery and ultrasonography, and is currently studying towards a Veterinary postgraduate certificate in Cardiology. In her spare time Katherine loves to keep busy running, horse riding and snowboarding.
Esme Reynolds graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2014 and has been working at a small animal hospital in Lincolnshire since then. She moved to Temple End in September 2017. She enjoys all aspects of her job but particularly likes feline medicine. In her spare time she enjoys walking her dog Elwood and spending time with her family and other pets, Queenie the cat and Darnell the corn snake.
James Copland joined Temple End in 2017, shortly after graduating from the University of Nottingham. He has a keen interest in soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery but also enjoys dentistry and internal medicine. James lives in Marlow with his girlfriend Helen, who is also a vet, and Penny the cat. In his spare time, James regularly plays tennis, and also enjoys reading, travelling, cricket and football.
Georgie Marote graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in July 2018. She started working at Temple End shortly after, having done several placements with us as a vet student! She has keen interests in medicine, imaging and endocrinology but also enjoys soft tissue surgery. In her spare time Georgie loves to stay active and enjoys running, yoga and mountain climbing.
Jenny Sanders graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2008. Since graduating she has worked near and far at various clinics and hospitals in Australia, Dubai, East Sussex and London. Jenny grew up in Marlow and finally decided that home is where the heart is. Jenny is particularly interested in feline medicine, dentistry and oncology. She lives in Lane End with her 2 feline fur babies and her little human family.
William Palmer joined the practice in September 2019, shortly after graduating in the summer from the University of Liverpool. Will enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, but has a particular interest in internal medicine. In his spare time, Will enjoys travelling, reading, football, rugby and cricket.
Shelley Kirby started work at Temple End straight after leaving school in June 1997. She quickly gained her VN qualification and is now Head Nurse of a team of 10. Shelley grew up and lives in Marlow with a small collection of pets and her two children Lewis and Beatrix. In her spare time she enjoys her pets, films, shopping and DIY!
Lucy Spackman joined Temple End in 1989 after qualifying as a VN in 1988. She married Philip in March 2004 and they live in Speen with a gang of lurchers, terriers and ferrets! Out of working hours Lucy enjoys anything to do with the outdoors especially fishing and walking.
Jess Hanson joined Temple End in January 2016 as a Trainee Veterinary Nurse after completing her Level 3 Diploma in Animal Management. She gained her RVN qualification in 2018. She has a particular love for nutrition and since qualifying has started weight clinics at Temple End. She hopes to complete her nutrition degree in the future.
Katie Bromley began working as a Trainee Veterinary Nurse in May 2016 and qualified in January 2019. From a young age she dreamed of being a Veterinary Surgeon, but following a week’s Work Experience in the Practice at the age of 15, she realised that she’d much prefer to be working with animals “hands on” instead of “hands in”! Katie has adopted two cats when they came into the practice as strays, and occasionally helps to hand rear orphaned kittens for the local rescue charities.
Lois Timms joined Temple End in August 2016 as a Trainee Veterinary Nurse after she completed her Level 3 Diploma in Animal Management at Berkshire College of Agriculture. She lives in Maidenhead. Before joining our team Lois had experience working in a local pharmacy and as a Veterinary Care Assistant in a small animal practice in Holyport. She has a twelve year old Springer Spaniel X Border Collie who she loves taking out on long walks in the countryside. In her spare time she enjoys going to the gym, shopping and socialising with friends and family.
Emily Fuller began working as a trainee veterinary nurse at Temple End in March 2018 after completing an extended diploma in Level 3 Animal Management at the Berkshire College of Agriculture. She has previously worked as a veterinary care assistant at a small practice in Bracknell. Emily lives in Burnham with her cat Charlie, rabbit Smudge and has recently rescued a hamster named Delilah! She enjoys horse riding and going to the cinema in her spare time.
Emily Pearce joined Temple End in June 2018 after being a veterinary care assistant in another practice in Hillingdon. Since a young age Emily has always wanted to work with animals and decided after finishing school that Berkshire College of Agriculture was the best place to start working within the animal industry where she graduated in 2017. Emily has always grown up with cocker spaniels and loves nothing more then dog walking in the countryside, to get away from the busy streets of Slough where she lives.
Catherine Outten began working as a Trainee Veterinary Nurse at Temple End in July 2019 after completing an extended diploma in Level 3 Animal Management at the Berkshire College of Agriculture. Catherine has a very lively cockapoo who she loves to teach new tricks and a cat who keeps her dog under control! In her spare time she loves spending time with friends and family.
Megan Ludlow started working as a Trainee Veterinary Nurse at Temple End in September 2019 after working in a referral hospital for over a year as an Auxiliary Nurse. She graduated from Berkshire College of Agriculture in June 2018 with a level three extended diploma in animal management. Megan enjoys going out and socialising with her friends, playing netball and trying different foods. Megan lives in a small town in Oxfordshire with her black lab Halle and her cat Berry.
Sue, Kay, Anita and Debbie
Lucille and Heather
Lynne and Liz
Jeanette Liley returned to Veterinary work in June 2016 as Reception Supervisor. She’s married with 2 grown children John and Rachel. Lives in High Wycombe and enjoys travel and spending time with extended family! Loves animals of all shapes and sizes.
Wendy Cockburn has lived with her husband Neil in Marlow Bottom for thirty years. They have three children, a dog called Lottie and a rather large cat called Jasper. In the past their other pets have included chickens, ducks, guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits and green fire bellied toads!
Lynn Doze has worked on reception at the High Wycombe surgery for a number of years and has now moved to the Flackwell Heath branch, which she is enjoying very much. She lives in Flackwell Heath with her husband and loves all animals, playing golf and walking.
Karen McNab joined the Temple End reception team in 2001, after 14 years on reception she is now working in the office assisting Jacqui the Practice Manager. She lives in Lane End and is married to Andy with four children, four grandchildren and a menagerie of pets, Siamese being her passion, but also including exotics.