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Chatter box A team from Woodside Animal Centre in Leicester have begun a freezing Arctic trek that will see them braving temperatures as low as -30c.

The seven-strong team are taking on the challenge to raise as much money as possible towards funding the construction of an onsite veterinary facility, which will maintain the centre's ability to provide medical care for the thousands of animals that arrive at the centre each year.

They will be aiming to complete the journey from Tromso in Norway to Jukkasjarvi in Northern Sweden in just six days before returning back to the UK on Sunday April 5. To sponsor the challenge visit www.justgiving.com/arcticchal/ (Image:Studio 21) Chatter box

Vet school students praised for role in mentoring scheme

Veterinary students at the University of Edinburgh are helping first year students to study more effectively through a pioneering peer learning scheme.

The VetPALs initiative encourages students who have been at university for more than a year to pass on study tips to first years. The project recently received an Impact award for Best Peer Assisted Learning Scheme at a student-led event on campus.

Dr Jessie Paterson, lecturer in student learning at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, said: "We're delighted that our students have been recognised for their efforts to help each other integrate and succeed in their veterinary education."


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