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Corporate group to invest in new vet school

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By Josh Loeb

The UK’s largest integrated veterinary services provider, CVS Group, is investing millions of pounds to build a new hospital, clinical skills centre and other facilities for the country’s latest new vet school – but graduates will not be forced into working for the company.

Simon Innes, the company’s chief executive, said the project will cost the firm £4 to £5 million and all the facilities will be ready by September 2020. CVS will own the buildings and equipment, which will be used by students from Keele and Harper Adams …

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