Langford Campus, home of Bristol Veterinary School, is located on the edge of the Mendip hills in the rural village of Langford, 14 miles south of Bristol.
The 105-hectare estate is home to extensive onsite facilities, fundamental to our commitment in delivering first-rate teaching on our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, while also advancing the large variety of research activity undertaken by our staff.
Onsite teaching facilities:
- Teaching animals
- Award-winning team of clinical demonstrators
- Clinical Skills Laboratory
- Dairy farm
- Case based learning rooms
- Post-mortem laboratory
- Wet labs
Onsite clinical facilities:
- Small animal practice
- Farm animal practice
- Small animal hospital
- Langford Vets onsite businesses
For information on the UKCRIC Soil-Foundation-Structure-Interaction Laboratory click here.
Close to the A38 and accessible from the M5 (junctions 21 or 22), the Langford Campus has on-site parking.
The U2 bus service runs hourly between the main campus in Bristol and Langford, between 8am and 6pm, on weekdays all year round, except Bank Holidays and between Christmas and New Year. Tickets can be purchased onboard or via mTickets for students, staff and the general public.
The nearest train station is Yatton (four miles from the campus and 17 mins by train to Bristol Temple Meads), while Bristol Airport is about five miles away, along the A38.
Virtual Bristol allows you to have a look around the new Small Animal Surgery and Equine facilities at Langford.