Three new partners have been appointed by the Willows Veterinary Group.

Steve, Katie and Jonny
From left: Willows Veterinary Group partners Steve Calveley, Katie Green and Jonny Duncan.

The group, which operates 24 small animal practices, a referral veterinary hospital, two equine centres and a five-office farm practice across Cheshire and into the Wirral and Staffordshire, has promoted three of its vets to partner status.

Rising stars

Steve Calveley, 41, who heads up the team at Charter Veterinary Surgeons in Queen Street, Newcastle Under Lyme, has been appointed as an equity partner for the group Charter is part of.

Katie Green, 37, meanwhile, who heads up the team at Broom Cottage Veterinary Surgery in Chapel Lane, Wilmslow, has become a new branch partner.

On the farm side, Jonny Duncan, 28, of Tarporley, Cheshire, has been named as a divisional partner.

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