Vets Cymru 2019

28-29 June 2019
Aberystwyth University


The BSAVA and the Wales Veterinary Centre (WVSC) are hosting Vets Cymru, a two-day event offering four streams covering both large and small animal ‘CPD by the sea’ for vets, vet nurses and students. 

The mixed practice event takes place in Aberystwyth on 28th and 29th June and has a ‘Welsh stamp’ across the programme, plus an exhibition of around 25 companies and social calendar which includes a traditional Welsh Twmpath, a dance night on the seafront.

Message from the Welsh regional committee:

We wish to extend a warm Croeso to Vets Cymru 2019 to all our vet and nurse colleagues in the profession! We have a packed programme of high quality CPD prepared for you at Vets Cymru 2019, at Aberystwyth in June. Our event committee have been working hard behind the scenes to pull
together a series of lectures for both small and large animal veterinarians, and for nurses, aimed at
enhancing general practice skills and knowledge,
and given by world-class speakers.

Aberystwyth is the place to be in the summer, with a long promenade and several beaches; the beautiful sandy beach at Borth and Ynyslas is over 3 miles long. Aberystwyth University, perched on a hill overlooking town and sea, will host the lectures each day, and on Friday evening we will all roll down the hill to the iconic Old College building on the seafront for a packed evening of dancing and food. Book your hotel along the promenade for a gentle stroll home after a night of twmpath dancing, and make sure to book early as we envisage this event will fill up fast.

Read on for full details on the CPD programme, accommodation and prices for the event and the Twmpath, plus a handy map to show all the must-know locations.

View the lecture programme


Register Online

Online registration for Vets Cymru 2019 is now open. You will need to be registered and logged in to the BSAVA website to book online using the button below. Please make sure you read our terms and conditions before registering. We look forward to welcoming you in Aberystwyth!



Twmpath

After a CPD-filled day, unwind with us at a traditional Welsh Twmpath for an evening of delicious food, drinks and of course dancing!

Tickets for the Friday night event at Old College on Aberystwyth seafront are £35 each. Book your ticket when registering for Vets Cymru, or if you have already registered, please give us a call on 01452 726700 to book your place.

Vets Cymru 2019 Prices

All prices inclusive of VAT
Price
BSAVA MEMBER
BSAVA member - Vet £250
BSAVA member - Veterinary nurse £150
BSAVA member - Vet student / Veterinary nurse student £50
WVSC MEMBER
Lechyd Da member - Vet £300
Lechyd Da member - Veterinary nurse £175
NON MEMBER
Vet £350
Veterinary nurse £230

Need accommodation?

The University of Aberystwyth's Conference Office are offering Vets Cymru delegates self-catering accommodation at their bunkhouse residence.   The flats have six, seven or eight bedrooms with a fully equipped kitchen, two restrooms and two shower rooms per flat.  Booking includes access to the Sports Centre which houses a swimming pool and gym! 

At £36 per room per night including breakfast, be sure to download and email the booking form below to the Conference Office, to secure your room.  Please note: BSAVA are not involved with accommodation, therefore all queries need to go to conferences@aber.ac.uk or talk to the team on 01970 621960.

Booking form

See below to get an idea of the locations of the Bunkhouse, carpark and lecture rooms.

 

There are limited rooms available in the Bunkhouse, please visit this Aberystwyth website for links to other accommodation.

Other places to stay

Having a holiday?

Vets Cymru is taking place in the beautiful surroundings of Aberystwyth. Why not extend your trip and stay a extra few days? See below for links to tourism websites for ideas on not-to-be-missed activities and places to see!

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