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In pictures: Happy Birthday to Park View Vets’ Witham St Hughs Branch!

One year ago, Park View Veterinary Hospital (Lincoln) opened a branch surgery in Witham St Hughs – a growing town in Lincolnshire, approximately 5 miles from their main branch in North Hykeham.

On the 27th February, the birthday party for the Witham St Hughs branch saw the staff sharing cake and fun with clients… and their pets of course! Guests included:

Mable:


Roscoe (sporting the most stylish bow tie!):


Kaillie:


Elsewhere, human attendees included Erica, the manager of Paws to Groom, Park View’s grooming service.  


Veterinary Surgeon Lorna and RVN Jennie were on hand to show clients around the surgery, as well as provide them with helpful tips and advice.


RVN Sally, Park View’s go-to nurse for all things ‘piggy’ and rabbit related, brought along some of her furries and shared some of her expert advice.

"We had a lovely group of pupils from Witham St Hughs Academy join us,’ says Felicity Sayers, Marketing Support Officer at Park View Vets. ‘We have a close association with the school, from visits to the children designing posters for us – the students even cut the ribbon on our official opening day last year so it felt very appropriate for them to come back a year later to cut the cake.

"They had fun touring the facilities, getting on the scales, listening to the guinea pigs’ heartbeat with the stethoscope and our Clinical Director Susan Ashcroft was on hand to answer all their questions!

"We then had fun getting everyone to fit in and pose with the A frame [pictured].’

We’d like to wish Park View Vets’ Witham St Hughs branch a very happy birthday! Here’s to another wonderful year and many more celebrations to come.

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