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  • Eastcott Vets | Festive Opening Hours
  • Eastcott Vets | Festive Opening Hours

    We have a first class team of vets, nurses and support staff on hand to take care of your pets.

With Christmas around the corner, we wanted to ensure we had our opening times for the festive period in place for you.

Please see below our opening times over Christmas and New Year.

Edison Park

  • Christmas Eve: 7am to 6pm
  • Christmas Day: Emergencies only
  • Boxing Day: Emergencies only
  • 27th December: 8.30am to 8pm
  • 28th December: 8.30am to 8pm
  • 29th December: 7am to 8pm
  • 30th December: 7am to 8pm
  • New Years Eve: 7am to 6pm
  • New Years Day: 8.30am to 8pm
  • 2nd January: 8.30am to 8pm
  • 3rd January: 8.30am to 8pm

Bath Road

  • Christmas Eve: 8.30am to 6pm
  • Christmas Day: CLOSED
  • Boxing Day: CLOSED
  • 27th December: CLOSED
  • 28th December: CLOSED
  • 29th December: 8.30am to 7pm
  • 30th December: 8.30am to 7pm
  • New Years Eve: 8.30am to 6pm
  • New Years Day: CLOSED
  • 2nd January: CLOSED
  • 3rd January: CLOSED

Cricklade Road

  • Christmas Eve: 8:30am to 10am & 4pm to 6pm
  • Christmas Day: CLOSED
  • Boxing Day: CLOSED
  • 27th December: CLOSED
  • 28th December: CLOSED
  • 29th December: 8:30am to 10am & 4pm to 7pm
  • 30th December: 8:30am to 10am & 4pm to 7pm
  • New Years Eve: 8:30am to 10am & 4pm to 6pm
  • New Years Day: CLOSED
  • 2nd January: CLOSED
  • 3rd January: CLOSED

We'll be back to our usual hours on Tuesday 4th January.

If your pet requires a prescription or specific food during the holiday period, we kindly ask that you request this well in advance.

If you require any emergency care, please call 01793 528341.

We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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Edison Park Clinic & Hospital, Hindle Way, Dorcan Way, Swindon, SN3 3FR

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Tel: 01793 528341

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