Marion Baldini, Practice Manager
Marion, our Practice Manager, has worked for Skeldale for over 30 years and knows the clinic inside and out. As Practice Manager, Marion works mostly behind the scenes to ensure the smooth running of the practice. In her spare time Marion can either be found riding motorbikes or walking her two Springer Spaniels.
Sylvia Binks, Receptionist
Sylvia is one of our three receptionists and can be found most afternoons working non-stop to keep us organized. When she is not at the clinic Sylvia is an avid gardener and a fantastic florist, and also enjoys the odd game of flat green bowls. She can also be found singing in the Topcliffe Church Choir and is an active member of her community, being part of both the Village Hall Committee and the Parochial Church Council. She has a Border Terrier named Harvey and eight budgies, all of which keep her very busy!
Sharon Bradley, Receptionist
Sharon is one of our receptionists and is very good at making sure all the vets and nurses are behaving themselves, although she is not aversive to causing some mischief herself. She prides herself on her customer service and works diligently to make sure all the clients of Skeldale Veterinary Centre are well taken care of from the moment they walk through the doors to the moment they leave. Outside of work Sharon is a true country girl at heart, enjoying most countryside pursuits including walking her labradors, Ash and Willow, going for picnics, enjoying open air shows, as well as attending as many game and country fairs as possible.
Sandra Hogan, Receptionist
Sandra joined us in March 2017 after working several years in customer service. She has three dogs, Solomon, Zeus, and Billy, which she enjoys walking and spending time with. Sandra also raises a small flock of Texels which she employs as lawn mowers on her small holding.
Sam Stephenson, Receptionist
Sam joined our reception team in April 2017. She has two horses which she shares with her daughter Megan, who is also part of the Skeldale Team as a trainee nurse. Sam enjoys hacking her horse Tara around the Yorkshire countryside sometimes accompanied by her dogs Barney and Lottie. When she is not at Skeldale, Sam is professional chauffeur to her two children and also is a part-time haridresser.