Competition details for 2019

Our 2019 competition consists of the following 3 categories:

  • Category A | Best Display ‘Showing the role of the Veterinary Nurse' (can be practice waiting room or college notice board)
  • Category B | Best Event / Social Media Event ‘Promoting the awareness and role of the RVN to the general public' 
  • Category C | Best Pet Selfie / Social Media Post - quoting #whatvnsdo & #VNAM19

The following prizes were awarded:

Category A      Winner £100 'Love to Shop' Vouchers      Runner-up £50 'Love to Shop' Vouchers

Category B      Winner £200 'Love to Shop' Vouchers      Runner-up £100 'Love to Shop' Vouchers

Category C      Winner £50 'Love to Shop' Vouchers        Runner-up £25 'Love to Shop' Vouchers

Social Media Events / Posts/ Pet Selfie Entry Requirements

  • RVNs to be wearing uniform, preferably greens, and RCVS 'registered' badge, plus BVNA badge to be worn by all members
  • Student veterinary nurses to be wearing uniform, preferably green stripes, and BVNA badge if a member
  • All social events/posts/and pet selfie photos must be posted on our dedicated VNAM Facebook page and please quote in your post #whatvnsdo & #VNAM19
  • By posting your photos and videos on our Facebook page you are agreeing that BVNA can use this for promotional purposes

Click here to view more information on our general rules of entry

To download an editable press release template promoting Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month, your practice and any events you may be holding please CLICK HERE   

(The template can be adapted to suit nurses in education and industry)

Evidence of VN Awareness Month competition entries for Categories A & B must arrive at the BVNA office no later than the close of business (5.00pm) on Monday 3 June 2019. Please email all photos as individual jpeg files to

If you prefer to send hard copies of your event activities then please post these to: VNAM Competition, BVNA, 79 Greenway Business Centre, Harlow, Essex CM19 5QE 

Safe delivery is the responsibility of the sender. Proof of posting does not constitute proof of delivery.