Vets

Thomas Carr BVMS GPcert(SAM) MRCVS
Tom is a Clinical Director in the practice. Tom qualified from Glasgow University in 1987. He worked in mixed practice in Cornwall before settling in Pershore in 1990 joining Roger Martin’s practice. Tom has enjoyed developing the practice to its present site with his wife Alison. Tom is interested in medical diagnostics, most especially ultrasonography and endoscopy. In his spare time he enjoys gardening, walking his border terriers and amateur paleontology.
Alison Carr BVMS MRCVS
Alison is a Senior Veterinary Surgeon in the practice. After qualifying from Glasgow vet school in 1987, she worked in Lincolnshire then Devon before marrying Tom and settling in Pershore. They have three grown up children,  two border terriers and a gorgeous liver flat-coated retriever. She does a small amount of clinical work but is more involved behind the scenes in surgery and management. Her main interest is soft tissue surgery especially minimally invasive surgery using laparoscopic techniques. She is a fitness fanatic, dog walker and garden labourer.
James Garland BVSc GPcert(SAS) CertAVP(Small Animal Surgery) MRCVS
James is a Clinical Director in the practice. James qualified with commendation from Liverpool University in 1996. He worked in a veterinary hospital before joining Martin and Carr in 1999. Since then, he has worked hard to develop the surgical and orthopaedic side of the practice, as this is where his main interest lies. In 2009 he gained an additional qualification in surgery. James is married and has two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Peggy and Conker. He enjoys taking them on holidays in his 1974 VW Camper, provided he can keep it running. He is also starting to landscape his garden, a seemingly never-ending task. James has completed his certificate in advanced veterinary practice with speciality in small animal surgery.
Amy Blackwell BVSc MRCVS GPCert(ENDO)

Amy is a Clinical Director in the practice. Amy has further qualifications in endosurgery (endoscopy & keyhole surgery).

Monica Jackson BVSc MRCVS
Monica qualified from Liverpool in 1973. She joined the practice in 1987, when it was still Roger Martin. Her particular interests are canine and feline behaviour and chronic pain relief. She is a member of the Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturists and practices Western Scientific Acupuncture in both dogs and cats, as part of a holistic approach to pain control. At home she has a 15-year-old fluffy cat called Arabel. In her spare time she enjoys walking and gardening and visiting her two grown up daughters.
Georgina Trimnell BVSc MRCVS
Georgina graduated from Liverpool in 2016. Originally from the Malverns and wanted to work close to home, she initially worked in mixed practice but decided that small animal was more suited her skills. She has 3 Polish Lowland sheepdogs, 2 of which were from her own litters which has given her a keen interest in reproduction and breeding work. In her free time she is often running round with these guys and occasionally showing them.