A cup of kindness

TEA-RRIFIC James Hadley and his wife Laura are celebrating the first anniversary of Laura's Kitchen by donating �1 from every drink to The Rowans Hospice. Picture: Malcolm Wells (13969-8062)
TEA-RRIFIC James Hadley and his wife Laura are celebrating the first anniversary of Laura's Kitchen by donating �1 from every drink to The Rowans Hospice. Picture: Malcolm Wells (13969-8062)
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THERE’S nothing quite like good old-fashioned afternoon tea – and it’s even better if it’s for a good cause.

Laura and James Hadley are celebrating the first birthday of their cafe venture in Havant Park by donating a pound of every drink sold to The Rowans Hospice.

Laura ditched her life as an occupational therapy assistant at Queen Alexandra Hospital to set up Laura’s Kitchen in the old park keeper’s lodge.

The 35-year-old said: ‘I used to have a lot of dealings with The Rowans, so it’s a cause close to my heart.

‘I think the work they do is fantastic.’

The charity day takes place on Saturday, April 27 from 10.30am to 4pm.