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The Brentknoll team celebrated another busy year at the practice by letting their hair down from the surgical caps and getting glam without the theatre gowns.

brentknoll, vets, staff, worcesterL to R : Laura Elliot, Amy Hope and Jo Bingham

It can be a hectic time of year at the practice, December always brings new challenges; like dogs eating their body weight in chocolate or swallowing the kid's presents and needing them surgically removed. The staff were glad of a night off and partied at the Worcester County Cricket Club, enjoying a three course meal and plenty of drinks and dancing to follow.

Vets, Brentknoll, Worcester, StaffClient care members Jenni and Kate with Santa

Thank you to all of our clients who worked with us, allowing the practice to close a little earlier and give staff time to get ready for the party.

Vets Now emergency services were on standby to take over, offering out of hours care to any patients requiring treatment after we had closed.

Brentknoll, Vets, Staff, WorcesterL to R : Sammie, Wendy, Matt, Laura, Amy and Hayley

We also closed for an hour over lunch time for the annual practice meeting, which all staff attended.

In this meeting we took some time to reflect on the past year and discussed some of the interesting cases we've treated. We look forward to the new year and talk about future plans and goals.

Here are some more photos from the night, if we do say so ourselves the team scrub up pretty well. Thank you Dave for a wonderful party!

 

brentknoll, vets, worcesterL to R : Jean Williams & Paula Fisher-Stokes

brentknoll, vets, worcesterHayley Oates with Santa

brentknoll, vets, worcesterMatt Morely with Santa

 

brentknoll, vets, worcesterAbbie Martin with Santa

brentknoll, vets, worcesterThe Client Care Team (L to R) : Jo, Kate K, Wendy, Kate A and Jenni

Brentknoll Staff celebrate Christmas in Style at Worcester Cricket Club

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