AN interior designer charged with wounding a British Army officer with a piece of concrete was granted bail yesterday pending his trial in Eastern Court. Andrew Robert Lewens, 28, pleaded not guilty to an amended charge in which he is accused of unlawfully and maliciously wounding Captain Christopher Richard Burke outside Joe Bananas nightclub, Wan Chai, on April 14. Magistrate Fergal Sweeney granted Lewens bail of $5,000 cash and set a trial date of July 12. He had faced a count of wounding with intent when he first appeared in court on May 2. At that time, the alleged victim was in a semi-coma resulting from the alleged assault. Lewens, a British passport holder, had been remanded in custody since his arrest. Yesterday, the court heard that Burke, 26, was discharged from hospital last week. He had been charged with wounding Lewens in the same place on the same day, which he denied when he appeared in Eastern Court on Saturday. Because Burke is visiting Hong Kong, an urgent trial date has been set for tomorrow.