Clinical Directors

Mike Bardsley
Clinical Director
Mr Bardsley qualified in 1976 from the Royal Veterinary College, London. He joined Three Rivers Veterinary Group (known as Roe and James in those days) in February 1980. Mike has a Certificate in Cattle Health and Production, and with over thirty years in mixed practice, is extremely experienced with both small and large animals.
Nick Hope
Clinical Director
Nick joined Three Rivers in 1988 spending his time equally between the large animal and small animal sides of the practice. His main interests lie now in small animal medicine, radiography, endoscopy and orthopaedics but he still helps out when necessary on the large animal side.
Mark Norton
Clinical Director
Mark qualified in July 1993 from Bristol University Veterinary College and joined the practice in September of that same year. He enjoys small animal medicine and diagnostic imaging. The excellent facilities at Three Rivers allow him to make accurate diagnosis using the least invasive techniques.
Emma Petts
Clinical Director
Emma joined the practice in 2003 after graduating from the Royal Veterinary College in London. Prior to University she worked for four years as a Veterinary Nurse and has been involved with Three Rivers’ Nurse training over the years. Her interests lie in small animal medicine and surgery, ultrasound diagnostics and the treatment of some more unusual pets including backyard chickens! When she is not at work she enjoys spending time with her family and their two dogs Poppy and Turtle.
Will Stevenson
Clinical Director
Will qualified in 2005 from The Royal Veterinary College in London. Will is experienced in all aspects of farm animal health and productivity with a special interest in cattle lameness and bull fertility. Will was previously a director of Norfolk Farm Vets before moving to Three Rivers Veterinary Group to further his career.