Whanau is a Maori-language word for extended family, now increasingly entering New Zealand English (taken from Wikipedia), and so, what better way to pay homage to practice owners Nick and Sarah who both originally hail from New Zealand?
Staff name: Laura Peacock
Nick name: Peacock or law
Position: Dental Nurse
Year you qualified: 2007
Woodborough House Start Date: March 2005
Secondary School: Theale Green
Other Qualifications: Qualified dry cleaning technician
Partner/children: Married to Matthew since 2002 I have 4 children – Joseph, Sol, Dee Dee and, Summer.
Favourite thing about working at Woodborough House: Team spirit
Dental goals for the year: To extend my knowledge.
Favourite band: Lots of favourites very eclectic – Prodigy, Kings of Leon, Sam Smith, TLC, and my guilty pleasure Elton John!!
Interesting hobbies: No time for hobbies!
Eastenders or Emmerdale ? Eastenders everytime!!!
Perfect job? I have it!
Do you have any pets? Two dogs, two rabbits, a snake and a Bearded dragon!
Favourite part of the UK: Weymouth
Desert Island Essential: Chocolate!
Sweet or savoury? Sweet
What’s your bedtime? Between 9-10pm
Ever had an injury that resulted in a hospital visit? Bit right through the end of my tongue when I was a kid.
Favourite film? Dirty Dancing.
Perfect Holiday: Anywhere with my family.
What word would people use to describe you? Shy until you get to know me!
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