History of Astonlee
Paul Manning opened the doors of the old surgery at No 68, Tickford Street on 1 August 1986. Starting with very little, the practice grew and in June 2002 we opened our purpose built new practice on the site of the old BP garage on the other side of the road. The practice has grown and grown and has a team of about 30 people. In 2020 Paul Manning retired and sold the practice to CVS (UK) Limited.
We offer a comprehensive range of services, both for preventative care and for medical and surgical treatments. Pet owners who are interested to find out more can book a tour of the practice to be shown around in what many clients find is a much bigger and modern facility than they had imagined. The practice has 2 operating theatres, imaging including x ray, ultrasound and video endoscopy, in house laboratory facilities, 4 separate patient wards, separate dental room with modern equipment including dental x rays, 6 consulting rooms and the welcoming and large reception/waiting area with a large car park.
The old surgery is now home, since 2017, to a veterinary physiotherapy and hydrotherapy service. We also see a range of different clinical cases for second opinions. Astonlee is a Silver Award Investor in People organization, and this is an important recognition of the commitment we have to continuous professional development and ongoing improvement.
Astonlee is also a Cat Friendly Gold Award, and Rabbit Friendly Silver Award winning practice. The most important quality we pride ourselves in goes right back to the start of our journey in which we share a passion for the care of our patients and clients.
How to find us
Astonlee Veterinary Centre Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire MK16 9BA Tel: 01908 611637 - 24hrs Fax: 01908 218095 The new centre is located opposite the old surgery (which is now our physio/hydro centre), and is easily visible because it has a very distinctive tower on the corner of Chicheley Street and Tickford Street. Turn right past the tower around the island and a short way up Chicheley Street you will see the large car park on the right.