Generous restaurant makes a difference

Campaigners holding information morning in Portsmouth on state pensions

A restaurant has helped raise £50,000 for a special children's charity.

Staff at the Staunton Arms Harvester, in Rowlands Castle, have played their part in raising the total for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which grants magical wishes to children with life threatening conditions.

Darren Lewis, manager of the restaurant, said: 'We feel proud to have played our part in raising such a huge amount for Make-A-Wish.

'It is such a fantastic cause, making a real difference to children and young people across the country. We helped to raise the money by encouraging our guests to make a 2 donation to the charity.

'Those who did so were entered into a prize draw to win some amazing prizes, including a family holiday to Disneyland Paris.'