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website reads “Typically you have to train for about 8 years to become a vet. With Last Legs Veterinary Clinic it only takes £8”. Expect some scary stuff, after all it is Halloween. From 29th-31st October the veterinary clinic, at a location still to be confirmed will be opening its doors to the general public. Except cocktails, music, blood jelly and a live operation theatre. Be prepared to done your whites and pick up a scalpel – the best pets win prizes!

Tickets are £8 and can be purchased here.