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Hull Vet Group supports on form boys’ football team

Josh Storey, twins Archie and George Gooderham and Kate DanbyHull and Holderness Veterinary Surgeons, Haven Veterinary Group, held an Easter raffle to help a flourishing boys football team to buy new training tops.

Staff and customer of the group’s practices on Holderness Road, Hull and Ketwell Lane, Hedon, raised over £117.50 towards training tops for the on form team that is unbeaten in Under 10’s Group Five of the Hull Boys Sunday League.

Managed by former Hedon Rangers senior player, Jon Storey, Hedon Rangers Pythons was a new team last season that was formed when the original Hedon Rangers team became oversubscribed.

Commenting on the raffle, Jon Storey said: “They’re a great group of committed footballers and we’re very grateful to Haven Veterinary Group’s continued support.”

Evie Beattie from Haven Veterinary Group said: “We have been proud supporters of Hedon Rangers Pythons since they formed last year and we’re delighted to see them doing so well.

We’re pleased to able to support youngsters playing sport in the community. They’re obviously really loving their football and it’s a joy to watch.”

The winner of the Hedon raffle was Mrs Paviour, whose son runs the Hedon Rangers Academy for boys and girls aged 5 to 7 and the winner of the Hull raffle was Mr Overton.

Haven Veterinary Group has been treating and caring for small and large animals for over a century and its Holderness Road practice is one of only a few nurse training centres in East Yorkshire.

Hedon Rangers AFC was formed in 1982 to provide organised football for the boys and girls within the Hedon Area.

The Hull Boys Sunday Football League was formed in 1959 and currently has over 450 teams playing in 41 divisions from Under 7 to Under 18.

Raising funds for Charity – Upcoming Bootsale

Vets and staff at a Holderness Veterinary practice are raiding their cupboards to find saleable items for the St Andrew Church & Paull Village Hall Car Boot Sale on 7th June 2014 elephant(please note change of date)

The close knit team at Haven Veterinary Group are supporting the car boot sale to raise funds for local Under 9s football team, Hedon Rangers Pythons and Alzheimer’s Society.

Evie Beattie, Senior Practice Administrator, has organised the fund raiser and is very pleased with the amount of items that her colleagues have found to sell.  “It is a total team effort with everyone looking at ways to help”

“Haven Veterinary Group has been serving the communities of East Hull and Hedon for over 100 years and we are proud to support both local and national charities.

 “Over the past year, we have raised more than £2,000 for local and national charities and we are hoping to better that this year

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Holderness Vet Group supports local boys’ football team

Hedon Rangers Pythons U9s with Evie Beattie and Jon StoreyHolderness Veterinary Surgeons, Haven Veterinary Group, has helped a fledgling football team to join the Hull Boys Sunday Football League by providing them with their playing kit.

 

Managed by former Hedon Rangers senior player, Jon Storey, Hedon Rangers Pythons is a new team that was formed when the original Hedon Rangers Under 9’s team became oversubscribed.

 

Entering the league in Phase 2 that began in February, the team, based at Saltend, is happy to be playing regular football and is already showing signs of great improvement.

 

Commenting on the kit sponsorship, Jon Storey said: “They’re a great group of committed footballers and we’re very grateful to both Haven Veterinary Group and Riverside Property for their generous sponsorship.”

 

Watching the game against Hessle Rangers from the sideline, Evie Beattie from Haven Veterinary Group said: “We’re proud to able to support youngsters playing sport in the community. They’re obviously really loving their football and it’s a joy to watch.”

 

Haven Veterinary Group has been treating and caring for small and large animals for over a century and its Holderness Road practice is one of only a few nurse training centres in East Yorkshire.