Where is Sandbeck vets? Inside The Yorkshire Vet Julian Norton’s practice
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The Yorkshire Vet has made a comeback on Channel 5 and a lot has changed since the previous season. Veterinary surgeon Julian Norton previously announced he would be leaving his old base to take on a new challenge. Express.co.uk has all you need to know about his new practice – Sandbeck – and where to find it.
Where is Sandbeck vets?
The Yorkshire Vet follows Peter Wright and Julian Norton as they look after all creatures great and small in the Dales.
Julian was based in Boroughbridge but decided it was time for a fresh start after 21 years in the job.
He said goodbye to the practice in 2020 and has since set up his new practice, Sandbeck, in Wetherby.
Wetherby is a market town in West Yorkshire and is about 12 miles from Leeds.
The location was used to film the new TV adaptation of All Creatures Great and Small, also on Channel 5.
The first Yorkshire Vet episode showed Norton performing a caesarean on Violet the dog, whose puppies were in danger.
The Wetherby practice’s website describes the surgery as “friendly, independent and fear free”.
The site says: “Sandbeck Vets, Wetherby, has been the exciting and rewarding result of four friends and colleagues getting together to provide the best veterinary care possible in the least stressful environment for you and your pet.
“From our location on Sandbeck Way (with ample free parking) to a specially designed waiting room and colour scheme, as well as the whole practice team dedicated to listening to your concerns and really getting to know you and your pet.
“We will do everything we can to make coming to the vets as pleasurable and fear free as it can be.”
If fans head over to the Meet the Team page, they will find a few words from Norton himself.
The director says: “I’ve been practising as a vet for almost 25 years and Sandbeck represents one of the most exciting phases of my veterinary life.
“It’s a joy to be part of this amazing team and having the chance to be involved from its inception is a wonderful opportunity.
“For us all, Sandbeck is a once in a lifetime chance to make the perfect vet practice!”
From this, he seems very positive about his latest career move and his fans are certainly behind him.
The surgery prides itself on being small and local, vowing never to grow “big and impersonal”.
They said: “We want to know all our clients and their pets in Wetherby and the surrounding areas as individuals.”
The exact address for the surgery is unit 8, Erivan Park, Sandbeck Way, Sandbeck Industrial Estate, LS22 7DN.
Pet owners are able to register their furry friends by filling out an online form.
There is also an emergency number for owners to call if their pets need immediate attention.
Speaking about his future on The Yorkshire Vet, Norton said: “I don’t know, I mean we’ll see. There is talk of the series beyond series 13.
“I guess I think as long as it’s still fun to be involved with and as long as it’s not too time-consuming and too onerous and the stress is not too much.”
Now he is a director at Sandbeck, there is a chance he will need to focus more on his work there than on the show.
Fans can only hope he stars alongside Peter Wright for the foreseeable future.
The Yorkshire Vet airs on Tuesday at 8pm on Channel 5.
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