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New Vets to open soon
By Neil Price, Co-Editor

April 21, 2016: New Vets’ Surgery Opening North Park Vets are opening the new surgery in the first week of May following the transformation from what used to be the Bridge Inn. We have been searching for a long time for a suitable replacement for our site in Buddle Lane – which we have long since outgrown, with space for additional consulting space and an operating theatre. We also have parking for clients whilst using the practice and everyone will be able to find us easily. Work has been completed on the veterinary section and in due course there will be a house alongside and behind. This has been a major investment and shows our commitment to improving the facilities we offer for Hatherleigh and the surrounding area – after all we have had a surgery in the town for 56 years! Many of you will remember Jim Hindson, a legend in North Park Vet’s history and we are delighted that Mary Hindson, who many of you will know, has agreed to formally open the surgery on the Saturday afternoon 14 May at 2pm. Everyone is invited to call in for a look around and stay for a cuppa/glass of something. There will be some games/quizzes and a chance to talk to our vets, nurses and support staff. We feel that we have breathed new life into the old building and hope that the people of Hatherleigh agree. We look forward to seeing lots of you any time from 2 – 5pm on May 14th

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