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A TEA party was held to celebrate the 10th birthday of a rehabilitation centre.

To mark a decade a tea party was held for staff and patients and former patients at The Phoenix Rehabilitation Centre, in Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham.

The centre, which was originally based in the former Royal Haslar Hospital, Gosport, later moved to QA.

It helps rehabilitate patients aged 16 to 65 who have suffered a neurological condition, such as traumatic brain injuries.

Ward sister Sue Morris, who organised the party, said: ‘Brain injury can have a huge impact on someone’s life.

‘Often people who come in have families to support and financial commitments.’