We are proud to be a successful independent and locally owned business in North Somerset. Our team, our clients and our patients are important to us as we feel part of the wider community and so we also find ways to support local and international charities through a number of different projects.
We are really proud to support this local not-for-profit enterprise who offer people with learning disabilities meaningful employment and training running a cycle hire by Yatton Train Station.
Why not book a bike ride or take your dog for a walk along the beautiful Strawberry Line. Check out how to book your bike now www.strawberrycycles.com
We are very proud to house a potentially life-saving defibrillator outside the Portishead Practice. This was a cause close to the heart for Holly, our Group Operations Director and she also personally contributed to ensure the defibrillator was put into place.
For more information as to why the project was started and how you can help please click here.
We are proud to have a dedicated team who support national charities and even some international causes, such as:
Koala Hospital (Australia) – Badges sold
City of Bristol Aquatics is a non-profit club, with 3 sections providing outstanding swimming, water polo and artistic swimming teaching, coaching and competition to nearly 600 members. These members are drawn from diverse backgrounds, who live throughout Bristol and the surrounding areas.
"We cater for athletes of all abilities who wish to develop and improve their performances through athlete focussed and structured coaching. We have swimmers / athletes as young 7 through to adults, continuing to support their swimming aspirations through university and beyond. The opportunities in our club are wide. We provide a pathway for our swimmers / athletes from learning and developing basic / core skills through to Olympic competition and everything in between."
The club aims to meet all these needs, providing the opportunity for youngsters to excel and for many, to reach for their dreams.
StreetVet (UK) – James Greenwood (Ambassador)