Introducing Our Practice Team 

Happily looking after, and caring for Pets for more than 30 years - come and meet the Team

We pride ourselves on employing well qualified staff members, keen to make a difference, and who keep up to date with current advances in veterinary science and pet care by attending courses and conferences on a regular basis. 

Here are a couple of group photos! and then please scroll for details of every member of our Team.



David AshcroftDavid Ashcroft
Clinical Director

I am interested in all aspects of trauma surgery and I hold the RCVS post graduate certificate in orthopaedics. I spend much of my free time supporting my daughters, one who plays football for Notts County and the other who rides and competes for the Blankney Pony Club.



Sue AshcroftSue Ashcroft
Clinical Director

I particularly enjoy the challenges of skin disease and hold the RCVS post graduate certificate in dermatology. I am married to David (above) and when I am not working, or running around after our children, I am looking after our menagerie of pets, which include Great Danes, cats, ponies and a tortoise.



Joanne PatrickJoanne Patrick
Clinical Director

I qualified from Bristol University and worked in mixed and small practice prior to joining Park View in 1995. I became a partner in 2004. My main interests are in orthopaedics, soft tissue surgery and dentistry. I own a 3-legged terrier called Lily and in my spare time I enjoy horse riding, going to the gym, cooking and drinking wine! I am married to John, who is Subdean at Lincoln Cathedral, and have 2 children who are at University.



Sarah BartlettSarah Bartlett
Assistant Clinician

I am the senior clinical assistant at Park View having worked here since 2008. Having completed the RCVS Post Graduate Certificate in Small Animal Surgery I am delighted to be leading on our  'key hole' surgery procedures at Park View, typically used for bitch spays. At home I have 2 black Labradors, Ben and Josh, which along with my husband and children keep me busy.



Rachel Gili-RossRachel Gili-Ross
Assistant Clinician
BVetMed Cert AVP MRCVS Practice Cat Advocate

I joined Park View in 2009 and my clinical interests are soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery. I particularly like small furries and felines. I used to work for the RSPCA in Manchester and have been involved in introducing early neutering here at Park View. I am delighted to have been instrumental in Park View achieving Cat Friendly Status and support and promote other staff members to be 'Cat Adovates'. At home I have 2 cats, Beatrice and Bruce and 2 rabbits Cuthbert and Clarence. I am currently on maternity leave having given given birth to my first child, a lovely boy,  in 2016, and am looking forward to returning to work later this year.



Rebecca McPeakeRebecca McPeake
Assistant Clinician

I joined Park View having moved to Lincoln from Scotland. My husband is also a vet and he works alongside Professor Danny MIlls at Lincoln University at the Pet behaviour clinic. My clinical interests are wide ranging, however I am currently studying for the RCVS post graduate certificate in internal medicine. I also like exotics and at home I have a Border Terrier Angus and a cat Calli. My hobbies include photography, walking and travelling.



Lorna JonesLorna Jones
Assistant Clinician

I graduated from Edinburgh in July 2014 and joined Park View shortly afterwards. I enjoy getting to know the clients and their pets, and consolidating my studies with guidance from the experienced team here. At home I have a ferret called Alfie, and my hobbies include photography and badminton.



Sarah AllwoodSarah Allwood
Practice Manager

I started working at Park View in 2003. I am responsible for the day to day running of the practice, doing the accounts and sorting out any bill queries. However I still love nursing, and am often seen helping out in reception. I own 3 horses, Maggie May, Diamond and Orca, 3 dogs Mia, Nettle and Solar, 2 Giant African land snails, Bolt and Mini and I enjoy breeding Pekin chickens. In my spare time I enjoy riding and watching my son play football.



We have a team of receptionists who deal with making appointments, sending out reminders, filling out pet insurance forms, and they are your first port of call when you telephone the practice. They will welcome you on arrival and are happy to deal with any enquiries no matter how small.


Lisa NortonLisa Norton
Head Receptionist

I joined the Park View family in January 2011. As well as leading my team of 5, I run the Pet Care Plan (discount scheme). I love any little fur cuddles....just hand them over. At home I have two wonderful dogs,  Molly and Milly. Should I be lucky enough to have any spare time after looking after my husband, 2 children,  2 step-children and gorgeous grandson I enjoy reading, walking, going to the cinema and going abroad for the sun.



Pauline CookPauline Cook

I started working at Park View in 1996 and one of my main roles is dealing with the insurance claims. I have 2 dogs seen here, Meg and poppy and 2 chickens, who are good layers. I enjoy flower arranging, walking, reading, spending time with my family, and taking holidays to the USA to visit some of my grandchildren.



Lisa CornerLisa Corner

I feel very privileged to be combining my passion for animals with my job. At home I have two Siamese cats, Coco and Tilly and a mad Cocker Spaniel called Florence. In my spare time I love spending time with my family, walking Florence and baking cakes.



Natalie AvellanoNatalie Avellano

Natalie joined Park View in the summer 2016, as a full time receptionist . Having been a receptionist previously in an office based environment, Natalie says helping people with pets is hugely rewarding and she loves meeting all her clients and that no two days are the same.



It is the nurse team, who provide the day to day nursing care of all our patients. Many have specialist interests such as exotics, behaviour, dentistry, nutrition, wound care etc. and are happy to give advice through our nurse clinics


Emma StorerEmma Storer
Head Nurse
Dip HE CVN & Dip AVN

I joined the Park View team in November 2008 as Head Veterinary Nurse. I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1999 and in July 2013 I passed the Advanced Diploma in Veterinary nursing (small animals). I work alongside a team of 8 other veterinary nurses and I am also a Clinical Coach for the student nurses. I enjoy all aspects of nursing, but have a special interest in wound management and patient care. At home I have a cat called Boris and a giant African land snail called Camper. I enjoy spending time with my family, swimming and being outdoors.



Sally BondSally Bond

I have been here at Park View since 2001. My main interests are small furries particularly guinea pigs and rabbits, and I have a certificate in rabbit health and welfare. I also am a C-SQP (a dispensing qualification). At home I have a number of guinea pigs, which I show and breed, as well as my faithful friend Ember who I am seen here with. I have recently bought a house and am enjoying decorating it.



Becky CoxBecky Cox

I am currently on maternity leave, however I have been working at Park View since 2001.At home I have a cocker spaniel, Bramley, and along with Sally I enjoy running small furry clinics and organising Rabbit awareness week.



Suzie FoxcroftSuzie Foxcroft

I started working at Park View in 2008 as a kennel assistant and went on to my nurse training in house and qualified in 2012. I have a keen interest in canine behaviour and completed a course in 2015 related to this. I am also a clinical coach and involved in training the student nurses in the practice. I have a young Labrador called Finn, who takes up most of my spare time and energy.



Jo MasonJo Mason

I qualified in 2013 having started at Park View originally as a kennel maid in 2009, and now I am also a clinical coach. At home I have 2 guinea pigs Rupert and Matilda, and 2 African land snails, Scud and Waffle. I enjoy helping out on the family farm especially at lambing time and although I don't have a dog I enjoy looking after Lily for Jo Patrick when she goes on holiday. January 2017 - Jo is currently on a sabbatical! and travelling the world - we look forward to welcoming her back next year. Happy travels Jo



Kath BrightmanKath Brightman

I qualified in 2003 and moved to the Park View from Derby PDSA. I am particularly interested in theatre and surgical nursing and work mornings in the Prep/theatre area. I also enjoy visiting local schools to give talks on pets and how to care for them - these are always very popular and the children love being able to handle a small furry and dress up. I have 2 daughters who are aged 8 and 6, and they keep me very busy at home. I also enjoy cooking, ice-skating and travelling.



Marie ClayMarie Clay

I recently moved in to the Lincoln area to join the team at Park View. I qualified in 2009, but have worked in Veterinary practice since leaving school in 2004. I share my home with my boyfriend, and our pampered pooch, Tia. Outside of work I enjoy walking the dog, travelling, eating out and drinking cocktails with my friends!



Sarah RadleySarah Radley

Sarah joined Park View in November 2016, having recently moved to the area. She is an avid animal lover and all her spare time is taken up with her two dogs, a labrador and westie, her cat and her three horses.



Louise AireyLouise Airey

Louise joined the Park View team in January 2017 - she has three dogs and when she isn't playing with them enjoys netball and running in her spare time.



Sophie RasenSophie Rasen
Student Veterinary Nurse

I started at Park View as a kennel assistant and have progressed on to nurse training. I enrolled at Bottle Green in September 2014. I have 3 dogs Jess, Tom and marley and 2 guinea pigs Neville and Ron. In the evenings I enjoy socialising with my friends



Janine HindsJanine Hinds
Student Veterinary Nurse

I started at Park View looking after the dog, cat and exotic wards as kennel assistant but have now started my studies as a student veterinary nurse, which is an exciting and great opportunity for me. I am seen here with my own cat Bruno, who although he is still a kitten has already had to have cataract surgery. I am so glad I got him insured!



Megan MarkhamMegan Markham
Student Veterinary Nurse

I started working at the practice in August 2015 as a kennel assistant. Almost a year later a place became available to train as a Nurse and I jumped at the chance and haven't looked back.  At home, I have a Dog called Pip and a cat called Milo. In my spare time I like to see my family and friends and give my pets lots of love and attention!



Rosie BabisterRosie Babister

I started working at the practice in August 2015 as a Saturday kennel assistant This then led to me gaining a full time position a year later I look after all the patients staying at the practice, I feed and water them, exercise them and ensure their kennels are clean and cosy. Outside of work I enjoy walking three dogs (pictured, Clover Poppy and Roo, spending time with family and friends and settling down to watch a good film!


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