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Crossways in the Community

See how we're getting involved with our local community

What are we up to?

  • PPE for the NHS
  • Dementia Friends
  • Findon Sheep Fair 2019
  • Watersfield Dog Show 2019
  • Storrington Village Day 2019
  • Fundraising at the Storrington Duck Race 2019
  • Pulborough Harvest Fair 2018

PPE for the NHS

At Crossways our top priority is to continue to provide care for your pets whilst protecting our clients and staff against the spread of COVID-19.

However, we also recognise our social responsibility to the wider community and have donated some Personal Protective Equipment to the NHS.

We hope that all or clients are keeping safe and well. Please let us know if we can help you in any way.

All the team at Crossways – your community vets.

Dementia Friends

Some members of our team took part in Dementia friends training recently.

We learned lots and are proud to say we will provide as much support as we can for any clients living with Dementia. Many Thanks to @CarlaFinzelRVN for training us.

Findon Sheep Fair 2019

At this years Findon Sheep Fair, Crossways Vet proudly raised £125 for charity.

This will be going to ABC, Canine Partners & Cats Protection.

Thanks for coming along and joining us.

Watersfield Dog Show 2019

On Sunday 14th July the Crossways team were at the Watersfield Dog Show raising money for charity.

Storrington Village Day 2019

On Saturday 29th June, Crossways was out in the community again raising funds for good causes.

We had a stall at Storrington Village Day with lots of prizes given away to those who had a go at the ‘Hook the Duck’ challenge, a popular raffle and lots of information about keeping pets safe and well.

We managed to raise £120, half of which is being donated to ABC Animal Sanctuary and the other half to Canine Partners.

Fundraising at the Storrington Duck Race 2019

On May 13th the Crossways team continued their fundraising activities by supporting the Storrington Duck Race.

As well as sponsoring a race called ‘Crossways Quackers’, Crossways had a stall at the event.

For the younger members of the community, there was the ‘disk challenge’ with disks dropping into numbered pockets. This was very popular and everyone who took part got a prize of some sort.

There was also lots of information about keeping your pet fit and healthy.

We were also joined by Katherine Brown from KB Vet Physio. We work very closely with Katherine to provide complete care packages for our clients.

Best of all we raised £95 and this is being split equally between ABC Animal Sanctuary and Storrington First School!

There will be more fundraising events throughout the year so look out for us.

Pulborough Harvest Fair 2018

Crossways had a stall at the Pulborough Harvest Fair on the 22 September.

Despite some very wet weather, our stall raised £71 and this will be donated as follows:

  • £40 to Canine Partners
  • £31 to ABS Animal Sanctuary