Press release issued 26 September 2012
A member of staff from the University of Bristol’s School of Veterinary Sciences will be pounding the streets this Sunday, September 30, to raise money for the Langford Trust.
The Langford Trust is a charity that supports the University’s School of Veterinary Sciences to promote the practice, advancement and teaching of veterinary science.
The aim of the Trust is to encourage public education in animal health and welfare while developing and implementing methods of livestock production conducive to the health and welfare of animals.
To help the Langford Trust you can sponsor Veronica Roberts by sending donations to The Langford Trust, University of Bristol, School of Clinical Veterinary Science, Langford House, Langford, North Somerset, BS40 5DU or email Elizabeth Coombs, Fundraising Manager for the Langford Trust at email@example.com
The Langford Trust was established to relieve suffering and to further animal welfare by:
• Promoting the practice, advancement and teaching of veterinary science;
• Fostering public education in Animal Health and Welfare;
• Developing and implementing methods of livestock production conducive to the health and welfare of animals.
To achieve this, the policy of the Langford Trust is to raise funds that can be used solely to benefit the University of Bristol’s School of Veterinary Sciences at Langford.
The Langford Trust was founded in 1990, following recognition of the need to improve facilities at the School of Veterinary Sciences, in order to accommodate an increase in the number of undergraduate veterinary and veterinary nursing students, by expanding both clinical facilities and teaching space.