Support team

Clare Millward
Practice Manager
Clare has come to us with a HR background and prior to that worked in a small animal practice.

Clare is super organised and good with people, when she isn’t sorting out queries at the practice she is riding her horse or walking her dog.
Jane Furber
Office Manager
Jane has been the office manager at Corner House Equine Clinic since 2005. She enjoys her strange mixture of duties which include answering the telephone & making appointments, doing the accounts and checking in blood & faecal samples!

She enjoys going on holiday, eating out and country walks (only in warm weather!)
Claire Lampitt
Claire runs our Romsley office and has many years of experience in the equine veterinary world.

In her spare time she runs her livery yard, rides her cob and trains her rescue dog to be able to compete in ‘Scrufts’!
Georgia Cooksey
Georgia joins us with experience in the communications industry, is a huge horse fanatic and now the CHEC Wellbeing Champion. Georgia works as part of our reception team and is always busy helping clients with queries and supporting our clinical team to run smoothly.

On a weekend Georgia can be found at heavy metal gigs (yes, really!) or down the yard messing about with her Cob Mae. When Georgia has time you can find her on her yoga mat, or walking her sausage dog Nora.
Jessica Davenport
Jessica joined the Corner house team in 2022 after completing her apprenticeship in farm animal management. She works in the office making bookings and answering the telephone but can also be found trotting up and lunging helping in the stables when needed.

In her spare time she enjoys jumping and team chase with my two horses.
Jo Moore
Receptionist and insurance administrator
Jo has a background in Equine Physiotherapy and so is very well placed to join our team. Jo works between the the two offices.

Outside of work, she’s either looking after her two children, trying to find time to ride her horses or seeing cases for her own business.
Lizzy Wood
Lizzy joins us with a strong equine background and has a history of working for some elite equine businesses in the area. Lizzy’s chosen discipline with her horses is show jumping and dressage so many of you may see her out and about competing on the weekends. When Lizzy isn’t riding you will find her at the football cheering on the Arsenal Women’s team.
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