Local directions to emergency vet Stoke
From Stoke on Trent (A500 Queensway) via A50:
Exit the A500 (Queensway), onto the A50. Go past the Bet 365 Stadium on your right and then continue on the A50 through several junctions and enter the Meir Tunnel. Exit the tunnel and take the 1st exit slip sign posted A521 Blythe Bridge/Cheadle. Take 4th exit off roundabout, Lysander Road, and pass a McDonalds on your left. Go straight over the next roundabout (1st exit) and we are the 1st building on the right at the back of ALDI (not Whittle Road).
From M6 Junction 15
At the roundabout, follow the exit off A500 for A50 Uttoxeter/Derby. Then follow the instructions from the A50 as above.
From M6 Junction 16
Take A500 towards Stoke-On-Trent. Continue on A500 until A50 for Uttoxeter/Derby. Then follow instructions from A50 as above.
From A520 (Leek):
Continue along the A520 going through Cheddleton, Wetley Rocks and Meir. At the Meir roundabout take the 1st exit onto A50 Uttoxeter/Derby. Take the 1st exit slip sign posted A521 Blythe Bridge/Cheadle. At the roundabout take the 4th exit onto Lysander Road passing a McDonalds on your left. Go straight over the next roundabout (1st exit) and we are the 1st building on your right, just behind the ALDI (not Whittle Road).
From A50 (Uttoxeter):
Follow the A50 west out of Uttoxeter. Continue along and then take a left (1st exit) at the junction with the A521. Continue past Blythe Marsh and carry straight over the junction with the B5029. Move into the left lane and exit at the next junction. Take a left (1st exit, Lysander Road) at the roundabout and pass a McDonalds on your left. Go straight over the next roundabout (1st exit) and we 1st building on your right, just behind the ALDI (not Whittle road).
About Vets Now Stoke
Our highly skilled emergency team in Stoke are here for you at the time you need us most, including while the current restrictions are in place. Your local emergency vet Stoke has been providing expert veterinary care for pets since 2004. Based from within Lime Trees Vets, our dedicated emergency team work nights, weekends and bank holidays to bring you a trusted emergency service when your daytime vet is closed. The team at Vets Now Stoke-on-Trent have recently been recognised as Outstanding in the provision of pet emergency care by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS).
If using SAT NAV to get to the clinic, use postcode ST3 7WA
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