All doctors should have a good knowledge of human anatomy, as this underpins the ability to safely and accurately examine and perform procedures on patients. Anatomy teaching continues to form an integral part of undergraduate medical curricula, typically being taught in the ﬁrst two years of medical school. However, the number of hours dedicated to anatomy in many medical schools has been in decline. This has led to a potential knowledge and time gap between learning the fundamentals of anatomy, and the application of this knowledge as junior doctors. To bridge this gap, we have developed, in association with the Severn Deanery, a series of three anatomy revision training days for Foundation Year 2 doctors. These days cover regional anatomy of the thorax, abdomen and pelvis, and the limbs. They offer guided anatomy revision in a dissection room setting, highlighting clinical relevance throughout. Two key note lectures are delivered, to emphasize the importance of anatomical knowledge for safe practice, clinical examination and procedures. These days are now in their second year, and are well received and oversubscribed. The feedback shows that they are considered by the trainees to be an excellent opportunity and highly relevant to their training needs.