Meet our team

Clinical Team

Bill May
Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Bill May

Simon King
Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Simon King

Mike Christie
Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Mike Christie

Tom Wright
Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Tom Wright

Dan Stevenson
Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Dan Stevenson

Hannah Batty
Veterinary Surgeon

Hannah Batty

Sarah Gibbs
Veterinary Surgeon

Sarah Gibbs

Rob Hall
Veterinary Surgeon

Rob Hall

Claire Whittle
Veterinary Surgeon

Claire Whittle

Veterinary Surgeon

Raquel Teixeira

Laura Hughes
Veterinary Surgeon BVSc MRCVS

Laura Hughes

Dairy Intern Veterinary Surgeon Bsc (Hons) BVetMed MRCVS

Katie Arrowsmith

Veterinary Surgeon BSc(Hon) BVM&S MRCVS

Vitoria Hudson

Veterinary Surgeon Intern

Kate Irving

Veterinary Surgeon Intern

Hannah Fitzsimmonds

Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Bill May

BVSc CertCHP DBR MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon/Director

Bill joined the Practice in 2000 from an established farm practice in Macclesfield. He is a respected dairy vet, being an examiner for the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. He has particular expertise in calf rearing, mastitis and cell count management.

Email:bill.may@llmvets.co,.uk

Mobile:07968 318493

Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Simon King

BVM&S DBR MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon/Director

Simon first worked in farm practice in North Wales before going to New Zealand for two years. He joined the Practice in 2002, bringing with him a wealth of experience in low input, grazing based dairy systems.

Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Mike Christie

BVMS DBR MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon/Director

Mike joined the Practice in 2004. Previously, he was the in-house vet at Cogent, where he gained expertise in bull fertility and embryo transfer work. He heads up our ET team and is one of our Clarifide vets.

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Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Tom Wright

VetMB MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon/Director

Tom previously worked in Staffordshire, Herefordshire and then at Aldford near Chester. He joined the Practice in 2008 with a wealth of farm veterinary experience. Tom is especially interested in helping us monitor outcomes of the various techniques used at the Practice so we can continue to improve the quality of the work we do.

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Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Dan Stevenson

BVSc MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon/Director

Dan joined us permanently in 2008 and has since joined the Board of Directors. As well as having a particular interest in individual cow medicine and sheep health and production. Dan is pursuing further studies in nutrition and is especially engaged in all aspects of the transition period in dairy cows.

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Veterinary Surgeon

Hannah Batty

BVMedsci BVM BVS MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon

Hannah joined LLM as the Dairy Intern having qualified from Nottingham University in 2013. Born and bred in Yorkshire, she enjoys socialising with friends in the local Young Farmers Clubs. Hannah came straight to LLM from University and has general enthusiasm for all aspects of dairy vetting (and for most others things too!) but in particular in calf health and heifer rearing.

Veterinary Surgeon

Sarah Gibbs

BVetMed MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon

Sarah graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2014. She joined the team as the Dairy Intern shortly afterwards. She is a Black Country girl and is very pleased to be working close to home. Enthusiastic about all aspects of dairy vetting, she has travelled to North America to learn more about large herd management and calf health.

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Veterinary Surgeon

Rob Hall

VetMB MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon

Rob joined the practice at the beginning of 2017 fresh after graduating from Cambridge vet school. A proud Yorkshire man with a faded accent, he is new to the area and is yet to be persuaded out of retirement to play rugby again. Coming from a dairy and sheep farm, Rob has a broad range of interests within the farming sector. He is especially interested in lameness, calf rearing and housing design–areas he has spent time studying in the US

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Veterinary Surgeon

Claire Whittle

BVSc MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon

Claire graduated in 2014 from Liverpool and moved to Dorset where she worked in mainly dairy practice. She loves all things cow and is happy just being around them, either on fertility routines or seeing sick cows. Over the last couple of years she has run successful youngstock discussion groups and loves seeing clients getting engaged in this topic. She also enjoys sheep flock health planning and lambing season.

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Veterinary Surgeon

Raquel Teixeira

Veterinary Surgeon

Raquel joins us as a very experienced dairy vet from Spain.  She is from the Galicia region which accounts for 40% of Spain’s total milk production – and also gets lots of rain! It’s no surprise that dairy is Raquel’s specialty having worked with them for 16 years now. Keen to further her knowledge in farm animal vetting she is excited to now be part of the UK dairy industry. In her spare time, Raquel loves a good walk and can’t wait to explore the UK.

Veterinary Surgeon BVSc MRCVS

Laura Hughes

In June 2019 we welcomed Laura to our Whitchurch clinical team. Some of you will have met her out on farm already, but here’s her background!

“I graduated from Liverpool in 2006 and worked for four years in mixed practice in Snowdonia followed by six years as a farm vet for Cain Vets on the Powys/Shropshire border. In 2016 I married a dairy farmer from near Wrexham and took a break from clinical practice by joining APHA as a field vet. In Spring 2019 I accepted a part-time role at the Veterinary Investigation Centre at Shrewsbury where I will be working two days per week, and I decided to go back into clinical practice for the other three days. My clinical interests include surgery and obstetrics and working for APHA has given me an in depth knowledge of TB management.

“Outside work my interests include horse riding, running and swimming as well as being involved with the day to day running of the farm at home.”

Dairy Intern Veterinary Surgeon Bsc (Hons) BVetMed MRCVS

Katie Arrowsmith

She graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in July 2019, and she comes from a dairy farm in South Lincolnshire. Katie has always been interested in farm work, in particular dairy, since before finishing
her veterinary degree. So, coming from Lincolnshire, she’s headed west to
increase her knowledge and skills in all things farm animal practice. Katie looks forward on getting out onto farm and meeting you all!
In her spare time she enjoy walking and a good day out at the races with friends.Though, don’t count on me for any betting tips!

Veterinary Surgeon BSc(Hon) BVM&S MRCVS

Vitoria Hudson

Vicky is a Yorkshire farmers daughter who graduated from Edinburgh University in 2014 and undertook a farm vet internship in Cumbria. After 2 and a half years she decided to move to the sunnier climbs of Australia where she was a clinical registrar at the University of Sydney- teaching vet students and providing clinical services to farmers in New South Wales. She moved back to the UK in July 2020 to work for LLM Whitchurch and to teach at Harper Keele Vet School. Her special interests are dairy medicine, mobility and goat health. Outside of work she enjoys Young Farmers, clay pigeon shooting and flower arranging.

Veterinary Surgeon Intern

Kate Irving

Kate graduated from Liverpool University in 2020. She has a large interest in farm animal work, in particular mastitis and udder health. In her spare time, Kate enjoys keeping active by walking, horse riding, and boxing. Although her favourite things are going out to eat and baking.

Veterinary Surgeon Intern

Hannah Fitzsimmonds

Hannah joins us as a Dairy Intern, having graduated from the University of Bristol in the summer of 2020. Yorkshire born and bred, she spent time working on a farm local to Tarporley throughout university which sparked her passion for all things cows and sheep, particularly lameness and calf health. Outside of work she likes hill walking (usually with her whippet Albert), socialising with friends and keeping up with the rugby. She is excited to get stuck in!

TB Team

Tom Wright
Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Tom Wright

Janka
TB Team Leader

Janina Wawrzynczyk -Zaleska

Anna Blades
Office Co-ordinator & TB Admin

Anna Blades

Tudor Bunea
TB Tester

Tudor Bunea

Ionela
TB Tester

Ionela Viorela

Emilio Martinez
Approved Tuberculin Tester

Emilio Martinez

Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Tom Wright

VetMB MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon/Director

Tom previously worked in Staffordshire, Herefordshire and then at Aldford near Chester. He joined the Practice in 2008 with a wealth of farm veterinary experience. Tom is especially interested in helping us monitor outcomes of the various techniques used at the Practice so we can continue to improve the quality of the work we do.

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TB Team Leader

Janina Wawrzynczyk -Zaleska

Janina, who prefers to be known as “Janka”(pronounced “Yanka”) joined us at the start of 2010 to further expand our TB testing team. Tall and red-headed you will certainly know her when you see her!

Office Co-ordinator & TB Admin

Anna Blades

Anna is a farmers daughter and was brought up in West Cheshire. With a varied career from customer service administration to Dairy, beef and sheep farming she has recently joined our TB admin team and assisting the front office. In her spare time she enjoys walking her Border Collie through the countryside along with horse riding and spinning.

TB Tester

Tudor Bunea

Tudor joined our TB team in Spring 2019, we subjected him to our new starter questions!

Where’s home? Moldova in Romania!

Favourite band growing up? G-Unit,and still is!

Ultimate karaoke song? Gloria Gaynor, “I Will Survive”

First job? A call centre. Had a problem with the boss, didn’t like it and quit after 4 hours!

TB Tester

Ionela Viorela

Ionela joined the team in the Summer of 2019 and brings some additional girl power to the TB team alongside Janka!

Where were you born? Romania

Most exciting holiday? Lanzarote

First ever job? At a water park in my city and it lasted for three days. My parents did not let me go to work because they said that it is too much for me!

Morning or evening person? Morning

Approved Tuberculin Tester

Emilio Martinez

Some of you may remember Emilio when he was on placement with us as part of his Animal Science degree at Harper Adams in the ET department. He is now one of our Approved Tuberculin Testers as part of the government trial.

VetTech Team

Natalie Parker
VetTech Development Coordinator

Natalie Parker

Rachel Cooper
VetTech

Rachel Cooper

VetTech & LSQP/Parasite Control Adviser

Jo Brown

Approved TB Tester (Pilot) & VetTech

Lilli Fox

Vikki Stockdale
VetTech

Vikki Stockdale

Lizzie Harding
VetTech

Lizzie Harding

Vet Tech

Chloe Boothby

Diary & Vet Tech Administrator

Annie Richardson

VetTech Development Coordinator

Natalie Parker

Nat joined the LLM team in May 2017, her role is not only to work as a vet tech but to develop and expand the vet tech services. Nat has many years of practical experience on a variety of Dairy and mixed farms in the UK and Canada Some may recognise Nat from her time teaching at Reaseheath college and she is certainly enjoying catching up with past students. Nat has a keen interest in cattle lameness and prevention.

VetTech

Rachel Cooper

Rachel joined the VetTech team in 2016 after moving across from her previous role in the offices at LLM. Having grown up on the family farm just over the Welsh Border and having worked on a large dairy farm whilst she was in college, she has an interest in all aspects of farming and is keen to get stuck in. In her spare time Rachel is actively involved in her local young farmers club and loves socialising with friends.

VetTech & LSQP/Parasite Control Adviser

Jo Brown

Introducing a second Jo to the VetTech team just to confuse the team that little bit more! Having grown up on a beef and sheep farm, Jo has worked on a large calf rearing unit for the past five years after finishing a degree in Agriculture. Her spare time usually involves sheep work – whether she likes it or not (typical farmers daughter!) Jo is looking forward to getting stuck straight in and welcomes all sheep and beef VetTech questions!

Approved TB Tester (Pilot) & VetTech

Lilli Fox

Approved TB Tester / VetTech

Lilli joins our Derbyshire team as an Approved TB tester but will also head up the VetTech service. Lilli grew up on a beef and sheep farm in Derbyshire and was always cow mad from a young age and has never grown out of it!

She started an apprenticeship on a 1500 head pedigree Holstein dairy farm and soon found a passion for dairy, especially calf rearing and calf health! While on the apprenticeship Lilli was always hands on with the vets and learnt a lot. She loved every second of being there and only left to see the way other herds worked.

Lilli then became self employed and worked on a variety of dairy farms with all different breeds. She’s excited for the challenge of the ATT pilot and is keen to learn new things.

VetTech

Vikki Stockdale

VetTech

I grew up near Ascot in Berkshire, but have been living and working in Cheshire for the past 12 years. I’ve always been pretty hands on with large animals. For nine years I worked closely with horses (coincidence growing up near Ascot?!) Following this I took the plunge and went to work in New Zealand. There, I lived on a Merino sheep / bull farm and calf rearing unit, gaining plenty of farming experience.

I carried on calf rearing and milking full time on cross breed dairy farms before moving back to the UK three years ago to continue milking for a 400+ herd.

VetTech

Lizzie Harding

Having grown up in the country on a Pig farm, the love of animals has always been a main part of me! I lived in Northwood, just outside of Wem then recently moved into the town after selling the farm. I’ve always been around animals from having my own horse to having pigs, then later on working alongside dad who I helped with his foot trimming business and freeze branding. During my time at college, most weekends and every holiday, I was working on a 900+ Dairy unit, understanding cattle and everyday life on a dairy farm. I then moved on from here when I finished college to rear calves full time at a heifer rearing unit, both these jobs helped me massively gain knowledge and understanding of farming. I wanted to become a Vet Tech because of the variation of different things there are each day, from meeting new people to understanding different farms.

Vet Tech

Chloe Boothby

Although not from a direct agricultural background, I found a passion for animals, particularly cows and sheep! This led me to studying an agricultural degree at Harper Adams University, where I have become fortunate enough to land my placement year as a Vet Tech at LLM! For the past 8 years, I have lived on a small holding on the outskirts of Uttoxeter, where I farm a small flock of sheep alongside my two sisters. In my spare time, I enjoy milking on a local dairy farm as well as attending Young Farmers!

  • Where are you from? Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
  • Where is the best place you have ever travelled? West Coast of America
  • What is your breakfast of choice? Full English!!
Diary & Vet Tech Administrator

Annie Richardson

I grew up in a tiny village just outside of Much Wenlock, where my God Father is a sheep farmer. My family and I would help with the lambing each season and enjoy the countryside view of sheep and highland cattle.

Before starting at LLM I was a Special Educational Needs One-to One Teaching Assistant and Music teacher.

You have to sing karaoke, what song do you pick? – Jolene by Dolly Parton, Caledonia by Dougie Maclean or She used to be mine from the musical Waitress – or all 3!

Favourite sandwich and why? – Coronation Chicken or Chicken Stuffing, I just love curry and stuffing!

Give us an interesting fact about yourself –  I am a singer and used to play Ice Hockey, as did my Dad

Where is the best place you have ever travelled? – New Zealand, it’s BEAUTIFUL

UKET Team

Mike Christie
Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Mike Christie

Simon Stan Matthews
ET Technician

Simon “Stan” Matthews

Martin Spike Newman
ET Technician

Martin “Spike” Newman

Becky Arden
ET Support

Becky Arden

ET Support

Emma Broster

Veterinary Surgeon & Director

Mike Christie

BVMS DBR MRCVS Veterinary Surgeon/Director

Mike joined the Practice in 2004. Previously, he was the in-house vet at Cogent, where he gained expertise in bull fertility and embryo transfer work. He heads up our ET team and is one of our Clarifide vets.

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ET Technician

Simon “Stan” Matthews

Stan joined the ET team in December 2009 after working for Genus as an ET Technician for the previous 17 years. He lives near Taunton, on the Devon and Somerset border. His small farm runs 80 ewes and a small suckler herd. Stan’s hobbies include watching Plymouth Argyle FC and the whole family are keen skiers.

ET Technician

Martin “Spike” Newman

Spike is our ET technician. Joining us from Cogent in 2005, he brought 30 years experience of bovine ET work with a reputation for attention to detail and excellent results. He is fully qualified to scan cattle for pregnancy too.

ET Support

Becky Arden

Becky joined the ET team in March 2010 after working for Genus for 20 years as an embryologist. She works with Emma in the office and also helps the technicians with flushing from time to time. Becky is married to a dairy farmer who runs a pedigree Ayrshire herd and she has two children.

ET Support

Emma Broster

Having spent 28 years working in management for Tesco Distribution in Milton Keynes, and then worked in accounts for Bluefin Insurance for 3 years. Emma decided to move back to her roots in Cheshire. She joined the ET department, in March 2016, where she supports in the office, ensuring all paperwork is completed accurately and in a timely fashion. Emma now lives in Nantwich, with her husband Dave and daughter Elena. She enjoys swimming and DIY.

Support Team

LSQP/Parasite Control Adviser & Pharmacy Assistant

Katie Weaver

Accounts Assistant

Elaine Egerton

Zoe Prior
Stock Control Coordinator / Pharmacy Assistant

Zoe Prior

Reg Tomkinson
Practice Support

Reg Tomkinson

Michelle Owen
IT Manager

Michelle Owen

Lucy Evans
PR & Marketing Coordinator ACIM

Lucy Evans

Katy Wilcox
Eccleshall Practice Coordinator

Katy Wilcock

Jenny McGarrigle
Office Co-Ordinator & Lab Services

Jenny McGarrigle

Hazel Goodwin
Opertations Manager

Hazel Goodwin

Emma Jackson
Pharmacy Manager & WQP

Emma Jackson

Eddie Gould
Practice Support

Eddie Gould

Bronte Morgan
Accounts Assistant

Bronte Morgan

Brittany Mcall
IT Assistant

Brittany Mcall

Anna Blades
Office Co-ordinator & TB Admin

Anna Blades

Shannon Tidyman
Clinical Support Supervisor

Shannon Tidyman

Diary & Events Administrator

Sarah Bourne

Emma Harding
Reception and Pharmacy Assistant

Emma Harding

Lucy Palk
Recpetion and Pharmacy Assistant

Lucy Palk

Diary & Vet Tech Administrator

Annie Richardson

Facilities Co-Ordinator

Nigel Ashley

LSQP/Parasite Control Adviser & Pharmacy Assistant

Katie Weaver

Having grown up in Nottinghamshire Katie worked in finance until moving to the Shropshire/Cheshire border 3½ years ago. Since the move she has established a pedigree flock of sheep with her farming husband and most recently has been working as a milk recorder and auction clerk.

Accounts Assistant

Elaine Egerton

Elaine was brought up on a family farm less than half a mile from the practice. She worked in the NHS since the age of 20, latterly as a practice manager of a local GP surgery. She has kept an interest in the local agricultural community, especially being an active past member of Whitchurch YFC. Elaine currently lives in Whitchurch with her two sons and loves travelling and socialising.

Stock Control Coordinator / Pharmacy Assistant

Zoe Prior

Zoe grew up locally in Market Drayton and previously worked in a laboratory. She enjoys walking her dogs and plays Badminton in her spare time. She joined the practice early in 2014.

Practice Support

Reg Tomkinson

Reg left the army in 1977 and started working for HST Feeds where he worked for 38 years until he retired. He came to LLM in September 2016 and helps out around the practice and with the delivery run.
IT Manager

Michelle Owen

Michelle joined the practice in 2000. She has special responsibility for the support of our expanding computer system and mobile communications network. Her work includes calming colleagues down if there is a problem with their computer!

PR & Marketing Coordinator ACIM

Lucy Evans

Lucy grew up on a dairy farm in North Shropshire and is interested in all aspects of farming. Having studied at Harper Adams, Lucy has worked within agriculture for most of her marketing career and joined LLM in October 2017 to help coordinate communications to clients. She’s an active member of her local YFC and loves a good game of netball and tennis.

Eccleshall Practice Coordinator

Katy Wilcock

Katy grew up in Shropshire and has been around animals all her life. She spent two years working in a children’s home enduring some very challenging behaviours – great preparation for the vet practice! In her spare time she has horses, dogs and a young son to keep her busy.

Office Co-Ordinator & Lab Services

Jenny McGarrigle

Jenny grew up in Cheshire and worked in the insurance industry and in the NHS for five years before joining in the front office team. In her spare time she enjoys music, cooking and walking.

Opertations Manager

Hazel Goodwin

Hazel joined the Practice in September 2008 having spent five years working at Ruskin Sports College in Crewe. Hazel is in charge of the office team and for keeping all our routine office matters running smoothly.

Pharmacy Manager & WQP

Emma Jackson

Emma has a degree in biology and after spending nine years working in the horse racing industry, Emma decided it was time for a career change. Emma lives in Sandbach and in her spare time enjoys travelling, horse riding and walking her dog.

Practice Support

Eddie Gould

Eddie started working part time for the practice in September 2011 before retiring from his job at a local bakery. Eddie and his wife Sue, live in Wrenbury and have four grown-up children. Eddie previously worked with livestock feeds and in road transport. His passions are following Nantwich Town FC and during the summer cricket and real ale, both in moderate quantities.
Accounts Assistant

Bronte Morgan

Bronte joined LLM Vets in July 2017. Before hand she studied woven textiles at university. She now works with Jan in the accounts department. Bronte likes to spend her spare time with Bertie, her miniature schnauzer, spoiling him with day trips out and lazy days in watching their favourite films. She also enjoys visiting as many museums and galleries as possible.

IT Assistant

Brittany Mcall

Brittany assists Michelle in our IT department and has a large role to play in building our ET database up. Brittany has a wealth of coding knowledge that she is building up so there are many projects we’re throwing her way for looking at on-farm data!

Office Co-ordinator & TB Admin

Anna Blades

Anna is a farmers daughter and was brought up in West Cheshire. With a varied career from customer service administration to Dairy, beef and sheep farming she has recently joined our TB admin team and assisting the front office. In her spare time she enjoys walking her Border Collie through the countryside along with horse riding and spinning.

Clinical Support Supervisor

Shannon Tidyman

Shannon came to LLM in May 2016 after coming from an equine background, producing and showing both horses and ponies. Her role here is booking in TB Tests and supporting the Front Office Team. She is a propa’ Stokie and loves her oatcakes with brown sauce ‘duck’. She currently spends all of her spare time horseying about and socialising with friends!

Diary & Events Administrator

Sarah Bourne

Sarah grew up on my family run dairy farm in Staffordshire. Sarah and her brother and owned their own flock of sheep (really enjoyed lambing!). Farming has always been her passion. She love’s the outdoors, especially when walking the dogs. She is heavily involved in Cheadle Young Farmers and has been the Secretary there for the past two years. For the past five years she has been working in a school as a teaching assistant but decided she needed a new challenge, so here she is!”

Reception and Pharmacy Assistant

Emma Harding

I’ve always had a love for veterinary from the age of 14 when I helped a mixed practice on a Saturday. I was a veterinary nurse for 17 years in both small and large practice and then went into foot trimming which is where some of you may know me from! And then helping my brother with his tree surgery company, mainly doing the books but also the mowing side both with a gang mower and push. But I’ve missed my passion in life… veterinary.

It’s great working with my daughter Lizzie who is one of the vet tech’s. I admire her love for the work she does and I reckon I have reached my pinnacle in life working for LLM… simply the best.

Have you ever met anyone famous? Den when he was a student! Surely pretty famous?!

Recpetion and Pharmacy Assistant

Lucy Palk

Having grown up on a smallholding in North Shropshire, I have always loved animals. I now live in Whitchurch and have two grown-up children, Ryan and Lara and am married to Jonathan. I worked for the NHS for 22 years before joining LLM Farm Vets in November

In my spare time I enjoy taking my two german shepherds for long country walks.

What is your favourite food? Chicken Tikka Masala

Where is the best place you have ever travelled? Cornwall

Have you ever met anyone famous? No, unfortunately!

Diary & Vet Tech Administrator

Annie Richardson

I grew up in a tiny village just outside of Much Wenlock, where my God Father is a sheep farmer. My family and I would help with the lambing each season and enjoy the countryside view of sheep and highland cattle.

Before starting at LLM I was a Special Educational Needs One-to One Teaching Assistant and Music teacher.

You have to sing karaoke, what song do you pick? – Jolene by Dolly Parton, Caledonia by Dougie Maclean or She used to be mine from the musical Waitress – or all 3!

Favourite sandwich and why? – Coronation Chicken or Chicken Stuffing, I just love curry and stuffing!

Give us an interesting fact about yourself –  I am a singer and used to play Ice Hockey, as did my Dad

Where is the best place you have ever travelled? – New Zealand, it’s BEAUTIFUL

Facilities Co-Ordinator

Nigel Ashley

I live in Wrenbury, Married to Rachel and have 1 daughter Esme. I love any forms of sport but my passion is Rugby. I started playing at the age of 7 at Whitchurch Rugby club and have been involved at all levels as a player and coach. I enjoy Real Ale with the “Bhurtpore Inn” being my second home! I also enjoy Music, Walking our 2 dogs “Buster” and “Maize” and a good Curry!

  • Favourite ale and why?

Elderflower Ale from the Purple moose Brewery, sat outside the Ty Coch Inn Morfa Nefyn.

  • Have you ever met anyone famous?

My Dad played drums with the Beatles!

  • What is your breakfast of choice?

Full English Surprise Surprise!