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Selwyn Times: September 05, 2018

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42 Wednesday September 5 2018 Latest Christchurch news at SELWYN TIMES ADVERTORIAL Challenge, Innovate, Perform, Excel We’re experts in listening, advising and supporting optimal animal health in both livestock and pets. At VetEnt veterinary clinics, your animals are in safe hands. Our staff are not only great with animals, we’re great with people too. Introducing VetEnt Lincoln/Leeston team: Amanda Multi - Clinic Coordinator I originally entered the VetEnt team as a nurse in 2010, now working as the Clinic Coordinator over the Lincoln and Leeston clinics. Living in the area for the past 16 years with my husband and children I have recently settled in Doyleston. I enjoy heading to the West Coast to spend time with family and friends. Kim Nurse - Leeston I live on a sheep and cropping farm in Killinchy with my husband. We have two grown children, one granddaughter and a retired huntaway named Frank. I have worked as a vet nurse/receptionist across the clinics for over 15 years. I enjoy seeing all our local farmers and pet owners at our clinics. Megan Vet Nurse - Lincoln I have been Vet Nursing for 15 years and working for VetEnt for two years. When I’m not at work I can be found spending time with family and friends or lacing up my running shoes and enjoying the great outdoors. Leesa Large Animal Veterinarian I have been a part of the VetEnt Lincoln/ Leeston team for the last few year. I’ve been on maternity leave but recently returned to help cover the afterhours roster. I have come from a farming background of sheep and crop just outside of Lincoln. I live local in Lincoln with my husband and 7 month old son. India Large Animal Veterinarian Originally from the UK, I have been a farm vet for 7 years in a range of places, from the wild west coast to scones country, both Devon and Cornwall and the plains of Canterbury. I am now in Lincoln with my menagerie of dogs, horses, heep and cows. Oh, and my partner. Loads to keep me busy. Belinda Veterinarian - Lincoln My family and I recently returned to New Zealand, and I joined the Lincoln VetEnt team at the start of this year. Since my graduation from Massey University in 2002, I have been fortunate to care for a wide range of animals in many countries, as far afield as Mongolia and as tropical as Samoa. Outside of vet life, I enjoy making the most of local bush walks, playing ultimate frisbee, and curling up in the sunshine with a good book. Eilish Veterinarian - Leeston I have been in NZ for nearly 30 years having arrived from Yorkshire England on my OE. I live just outside Southbridge with my husband and two children. I love meeting and treating the pets in this area. When I am not working I enjoy tramping with friends, gardening, and kayaking with my family. Ann Veterinarian I came back to clinical practice after a long sojourn where I was working in the veterinary field but in a hands-off role. After 20+ years in the US, and six in Australia, I moved to within 60km of the farm I grew up on. Getting to know our local farms as a large animal veterinarian is a privilege. Marjon Veterinarian - Lincoln Originally from The Netherlands, where I graduated from Utrecht University. I have been working as a small animal vet in Christchurch since 2016, and am currently enjoying working between the VetEnt Lincoln and Ferrymead clinics. Nicola Vet Nurse- Lincoln/Leeston I have worked as a Qualified Vet nurse for 10 years. I work between the Leeston and Lincoln clinics and have a special interest in animal behaviour. I live locally and enjoy taking my two dogs to the beach and hacking around on my horse. Maddie Receptionist I am the receptionist at Vetent Lincoln and graduated as a vet nurse from CPIT last year. I grew up on a dairy farm in Rakaia with lots of different animals. I am currently building a house in Leeston with my partner Michael and we own a beautiful French Bulldog named Alissa. Katharine Veterinarian - Lincoln Originally from the UK, I have worked as a vet in practices in Scotland, England, Auckland and Tauranga before coming to Christchurch and joining the VetEnt team at our previously owned Halswell clinic. I recently joined the team at VetEnt Lincoln. Chloe Vet Nurse I’m a qualified vet nurse who graduated with a diploma in 2017. I have a seven-year-old collie x called Bella, who goes everywhere with me. I’m particularly interested in animal behaviour and will soon be running puppy school in the near future. Can’t wait to meet everyone’s fur babies! Rob Veterinarian I’ve been working as a veterinarian since the mid 80s, starting first in Wanaka before working in the UK. I work predominantly as a production animal vet, sharing my time between mid Canterbury and local Selwyn clients. Jess Veterinarian Technician Originally from the North Island, I have been in the Veterinary industry since 2006. After moving South, I joined VetEnt Riverside in 2013 and have recently relocated to Christchurch and joined the VetEnt Lincoln team. I like having the best of both worlds... city living and working rural. Jamie Vet Nurse - Lincoln I’m a veterinary nurse, who began working weekends at VetEnt Ferrymead and came about my position here in Lincoln in late September 2017. I have two cats; one of which was brought into the clinic as a two-week-old feral kitten! I also enjoy being creative and exploring the outdoors Annual Lifestylers Membership We want to get to know you better by providing a service that makes you feel more connected to your local vet and community. By becoming a member of our lifestylers package you will have access to great resources to help you and your animals stay healthy. These will include: • Attend a group training session on diagnosis and treating sick animals to gain over the counter precriptions (RVM) specific to your property. • Regular talks on animal management and health issues, let us know any topics that would be of interest through the forum. • Receive a regular newsletter on topical animal health issues relating to the current season. • Benefit from access to drenching and vaccination advice and take advantage of treatment options for smaller numbers of animals. Sign up now for only $60 a year. Want to know more or wish to sign up? Call the Leeston or Lincoln clinic. Free FREE dental DENTAL checks CHECKSphone the clinic to book Call the clinic to book now. Now supplying NRM feed To provide feeding solutions for your stock At your Local VetEnt Lincoln/Leeston clinics. LINCOLN LEESTON Tuesday & Thursday: 8am – 5pm Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 8am – 7pm Saturday: 9am – 2pm Sunday: Closed 55 James Street, Lincoln 7608 Ph +64 3 325 2808 Fax +64 3 325 3040 24-hour emergency service Email: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8am – 5pm Tuesday & Thursday: 8am – 7pm Saturday and Sunday: Closed 65 Station Street, Leeston 7632 Ph +64 3 324 3575 Fax +64 3 324 3803 24-hour emergency service Email:

SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at Wednesday September 5 2018 43 and have a chat. Phone Jill Percy on 324 2331 for information. Leeston Library, 19 Messines St Genealogy/Family History Groups – Darfield Wednesday and Saturday, 10am-noon Go along to research your ancestry. It is interesting as well as fun and you may be surprised what you discover. Phone Bev Robb on 318 8315 for more information. Darfield Library, 1 South Tce Teen Artspace Wednesday, 4-5.30pm Teens can participate in art and craft activities, and hang with friends in a creative atmosphere. They will learn how to use various art and craft materials. Suitable for secondary school aged students. This event is free and drop-ins are welcome. Leeston Library, 19 Messines St Finnegans Runners Wednesday, 6pm Go along and enjoy some social running over a 3km or 6km course. Visit the Finnegans Runners’ Facebook page for more information. Gold coin donation. Finnegans Irish Bar/Prebbleton Tavern, 585 Springs Rd Email by 5pm each Wednesday Malvern Material Girls Thursday, 9.30am-12.30pm Use a sewing machine or hand work and have some lighthearted and fun. All welcome, no children. For more information, phone Sharon Kellock on 318 1676. Meeting Room 1B, Darfield Library, 1 South Tce Suffrage 125 Series – Family History Workshop Saturday, 1-3pm The Family History Workshop with genealogist Fiona Brooker is the perfect way to get started or kick start your research. Take along your research and laptop and spend a couple of hours working on your family history. For bookings, visit https://www. 125-series-family-historyworkshop-leeston-libraryregistration-49322669432. Leeston Library, 19 Messines St Terrace Station Open Garden Sunday, 11am-3pm Colourful primroses and violets and other early spring flowers have taken over. The big trees are developing their spring PLAY: Interested in playing mahjong? Learn to play at the Lincoln Library, 22 Gerald St, on Tuesday, 1-3pm, with the Mahjong Beginners Group. It is a tile-based game that was developed in China during the Qing dynasty and has spread throughout the world since the early 20th century. It is commonly played by four players. ​ greenery and massive 150-yearold oaks and sequoias are easy to see on the specially created walkway. Take along a picnic to enjoy on the lawns of the historic home. The $5 entry fee goes to the Terrace Station Charitable Trust, children free. Signposted from Hororata roundabout. Leave the dogs at home. For further information, visit www. Terrace Station, Milnes Rd, Hororata Springston South School Gathering at Wakaipa Sunday, from 2pm A gathering for former pupils of Springston South School, their descendants and interested parties. Take along a gold coin donation and a plate of food to share. Springston South Soldiers Memorial Hall, 433 Days Rd Patchwork Plus Monday, 10am-3pm Take along any craft you wish JP Clinic – Rolleston Monday, noon-1pm A justice of the peace will be available to members of the community to witness signatures and documents, certify document copies, hear oaths, declarations, affidavits or affirmations as well as sign citizenship, sponsorship or rates rebates applications. Rolleston Library, 94 Rolleston Drive Markets: West Melton Market: Saturday, 9am-noon. St Paul’s Church. Lincoln Farmers’ and Craft Market: Saturday, 9.30am- 12.30pm. Gerald St, Lincoln. Darfield Market: Saturday, 9am-1pm, opposite Challenge Darfield, South Tce. Running groups: Lincoln Road Runners: Tuesday registration from 5.30pm starts at 6pm. 3km or 6km events. Starts at Lincoln University. Gold coin donation. Malvern Road Runners: Tuesday registration begins at 5.45pm and the first of the 6km runners leave at 6pm. 3km or 6km. Starts from Malvern Netball Centre. Ellesmere Road Runners: Wednesday registration from 5.45pm starts at 6pm. 3km or 6km walk or run. Starts from Leeston physiotherapy. NEW LOCATION 95 Gasson St The Automotive Lamp Specialists New and Used Lamps for Cars, Trucks, Vans, 4WD and Motorhomes PH 0800 225 483 | 95 Gasson Street, CHRISTCHURCH Read us anywhere.. anytime! Read your local newspaper online 24/7