The Veterinary practice at Lingfield Lodge was started in 1982 – the present premises having been extended, re-equipped and totally re-furbished in 2008. Situated close to Edenbridge, Dormansland and Lingfield they are easily found on the B2028, just west of Marsh Green. The large car park is adjacent to the surgery and being down a private drive, is very quiet and safe.
The practice is dedicated to providing a comprehensive and up to date health care service for their client’s pets. They are a 100% small animal practice. The practice has always provided veterinary care for Crayford Greyhounds and sees many greyhounds – both racing and retired pets.
Their veterinary clinic is probably the most environmentally friendly practice in England with a negative carbon footprint. The surgery, three houses nearby and their grain drier are all heated by burning big straw bales, grown on the farm, in a huge boiler housed in one of the barns. In 2011 they installed two 50KW photovoltaic cell units generating a peak output of 100KW. These solar cell panels are situated on two barn roofs. The electricity from these more than supplies our needs with an export of energy to the national grid, enough to power twenty houses.
This practice is Vetsure Accredited. Click here to find out more about The Vetsure Network.