Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen officially unveiled his unique, stylish transformation of the Teawithus tea and coffee shop in Whiteladies Road, Bristol, which raises vital funds for the Tenovus cancer charity.
"I am delighted to help this very worthy cause, and invite everyone to sample their delicious selection of fresh baked locally sourced cakes and fair-trade teas and coffees. The relaxing lounge area downstairs, with Wi-Fi access is an added bonus," said Laurence.
In 1943 Tenovus was founded by 10 businessmen from Cardiff. In the 1960’s Tenovus built the Institute for Cancer Research in Cardiff which carries out vital research into the causes of cancer and has influenced their work ever since. Since then, Tenovus has concentrated its efforts on cancer and now has an international reputation for quality and excellence at the forefront of cancer research and cancer care, benefiting cancer patients across the world. Tenovus scientists developed the use of Tamoxifen to treat breast cancer, now used worldwide to treat breast cancer, and Zoldex which treats prostate cancer.
Alongside ground-breaking research, Tenovus has built a system of cancer support services, including a freephone Cancer Support Line - 0808 808 1010 and since February the Mobile Cancer Support Unit, the first bus of its kind delivering chemotherapy, practical and emotional support and cancer screening directly to local communities and schools.
A small taste of what the Llewelyn-Bowen’s have been up to…
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