Castle Veterinary Group - Pennygillam Surgery (Farm), Launceston, Cornwall

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Castle Veterinary Group - Pennygillam Surgery (Farm), Launceston, Cornwall

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Pennygillam Way, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 7ED, united-kingdom

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  • Equine
  • Farm


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Veterinary Practice offering health care for pets and farm animals in the Launceston and surrounding area

Founded in the early 1880's Castle Veterinary Group Limited has been providing care for animals in the Launceston area for over 100 years. In 1997 the practice moved from Exeter Street to the current purpose designed premises in a converted warehouse on the Pennygillam Industrial Estate.

Our aim is to provide a high standard of veterinary care for both pets and farm animals in an area that stretches from Plymouth to Bude and from Bodmin moor to Dartmoor.

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