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Where to find us

Vets Now Preston,
Myerscough House,
Longsight Road,
Clayton Le Dale,
Blackburn,
BB2 7JA

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Local directions to emergency vet Preston

Driving directions to Vets Now Preston c/o Myvet, Clayton Le Dale, Myerscough House, Longsight Road, Blackburn, BB2 7JA

From M6 North (Lancaster area):

Head south-east on the M6 continuing to Junction 31, signposted A59 Clitheroe/Preston.

Use the left 2 lanes to turn onto Preston New Road/A59. Continue along Preston New Rd for approximately over 1 mile and staying in the left 2 lanes turn slightly left towards Whalley Road/A59.

Merge onto Whalley Road/A59 and continue to follow this road for 2.5 miles.

At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Longsight Rd/A59 continue on this road for 1.3 miles and Myserscough Veterinary Group will be on your left. Car parking is available to the side and front, the entrance to the building is on the right-hand side at the side of the building.

From M6 South (Burscough area):

Join the M6 to Preston continue on the M6 follow for around 12 miles. At Junction 31, take the A59 exit to Preston (Centre) /Blackburn (North)/Clitheroe.

Continue straight onto Samlesbury Interchange and use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto Preston New Rd/Samlesbury Interchange/A59. Stay in the right 2 lanes to turn right at the 1st cross street to stay on Preston New Rd/Samlesbury Interchange/A59.

Continue straight onto Preston New Rd/A59 for over 1 mile and then use the left 2 lanes to turn slightly left towards Whalley Rd/A59.

Merge onto Whalley Road/A59 and continue to follow this road for 2.5 miles.

At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Longsight Rd/A59 continue on this road for 1.3 miles and Myserscough Veterinary Group will be on your left. Car parking is available to the side and front, the entrance to the building is on the right-hand side at the side of the building.

From A59 West (Clitheroe area):

From Clitheroe join the A59 and head south-west, at the roundabouts continue to take the exit for Preston A59.

At the Mcdonalds Ribble Valley roundabout take the 1st exit, follow the road and then at the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Preston/A59.

At the next roundabout take the 3rd exit signposted Preston/A59 (M6), this will take you onto Longsight Road. Continue along here for approx. 4 miles and Mysercough Veterinary Group will be on your right.  Car parking is available to the side and front, it is a one-way system, the entrance to the building is on the right-hand side at the side of the building.

From M55 East (Blackpool area):

From Blackpool get to the M55 and follow the road for approx 10 miles. Use the right-hand lane to take the M6 exit towards M61/South/Manchester/M58/Liverpool. Keep right at the fork and merge onto M6. Continue for 3 miles and at Junction 31, take the A59 exit to Clitheroe/Preston.

Use the left 2 lanes to turn onto Preston New Road/A59. Continue along Preston New Rd for approximately over 1 mile and staying in the left 2 lanes turn slightly left towards Whalley Road/A59.

Merge onto Whalley Road/A59 and continue to follow this road for 2.5 miles.

At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Longsight Rd/A59 continue on this road for 1.3 miles and Myserscough Veterinary Group will be on your left. Car parking is available to the side and front, the entrance to the building is on the right-hand side at the side of the building.

 


About Vets Now Preston

Our highly skilled emergency team in Vets Now Preston are here for you at the time you need us most, including while the current restrictions are in place. Rated as ‘Outstanding’ in the provision of emergency veterinary care by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, our pet emergency service in Preston has been serving local pet owners since 2008. Our dedicated vets and registered veterinary nurses work nights, weekends, and bank holidays to provide a trusted pet emergency service when your daytime vet is closed.

If you are unsure if you need to visit our clinic, you can book an appointment with our Video Vets and talk through your concerns. Our vets are available every day from 8am – 11pm.

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  • Critical Care
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