Roundhay vets scoop top award

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A family-run Leeds veterinary practice has won a national award after receiving positive customer feedback.

White Cross Vets in Roundhay beat 14 other surgeries in the chain to win the group’s Practice of the Year title.

The annual ceremony also singled out vets, nurses and administrative staff for praise.

The Vet of the Year award went to Tom Ward from the company’s other Leeds practice, Guiseley.

“Every year I am absolutely stunned by what a fantastic weekend the congress is, I don’t know of any other independent veterinary practice that runs anything like it. It’s a real privilege to work for people that put so much focus on the development, training and well-being of their team, and I was absolutely delighted to win the award,” he said.

Managing director Tim Harrison added:

“The Roundhay practice saw off competition from 14 other sites to win the title based on the feedback from thousands of satisfied clients.”

Pictured are members of the Roundhay team (L-R): Vicky Roberts, Andrew Miller, Kirsty Wade, James Wood, Jemma Taylor, Lisa Bowman, Karen Manners, Emma Hall and Sarah Fathalizadeh.

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