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Belsize Village News: The Village Vet update

Late Nite Extra

Shelley, Brendan's wife would like to explain to the Belsize Village community exactly what's happening behind the windows of 56 Belsize Lane that used to be the premises of Late Nite Extra Newsagents.

Shelly says that Brendan has purchased a state of the art CT scanner and is establishing a referral and imaging centre which will help to offer our pets a superb level of care.

They know we probably don't want another vet surgery and that we are all heart sore about losing our newsagent so they have come up with the idea of providing a service to the residents of Belsize Village.

Brendan

Lifestyle concept gift store

The waiting room will be transformed into a lifestyle concept gift store with products focusing on natural materials, all locally and ethically sourced. The gifts will be for residents and our animal friends. They are expecting to be able to offer products made from ceramics, wood, cotton and linen.

Shelly and Brendan will also be stocking products which will make our homes and animals smell and look lovely. They are also looking to offer local crafts people a carefully curated space to showcase their works.

A further idea is to select relevant animal charities which will benefit from a percentage of the sales.

They are both very excited about this concept and hope that we will all enjoy this new local resource.

Please email any ideas or feedback directly to: shelley@villagevet.co.uk

HMS


 

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