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Charitable curry lovers help tumour boy


The Megna Restaurant in Scunthorpe, Yorkshire, has held a special fund- raising evening for 5-year old Jack Marshall who suffers from a condition called medulloblastoma and is recov- ering from a major operation to remove a large brain tumour. Jack now needs round-the-clock care and often has to


make emergency trips to the hospital for specialised treatment.


A total of £400 was raised on the eve- ning, all of which will be donated to The Jack Marshall Brain Tumour Fund, which was set up by Jack’s mum, Tracey, and her husband Craig. The


main purpose of the fund is to pay for treatments which are not available in the UK, should the need arise, or to pay for the lifelong support Jack will need as a result of the damage caused by his treatment.


Attacker fires at Indian takeaway


The owner of Rafu’s Indian Takeaway in Wiltshire says he fears for the safety of his staff and customers after the shop was attacked by someone firing air rifle pellets through the windows.


Fortunately the restaurant was empty and nobody was hurt, but several hun- dred pounds worth of damage was caused.


The owner, Patrick Hinds, is now appealing to members of the public who may have seen or heard anything at the time to get in touch with him, or contact the police, on 0845 408 7000.


Pupils enjoy a taste of India


Children from St Clement’s Primary School in Worcester visited the local Monsoon Restaurant as part of Inter Faith week recently. They learned about traditional Indian dishes, and gave owner Kashi Nath Sharma and head chef Babu Ram Kharel a hand preparing onion bahjis and chicken curry.


Headteacher Kate Brunt says the visit was very educa- tional and helped the children realise the importance of understanding different faiths and cultures, as they will live in a multi-ethnic society.


Spice Business Magazine 14 December 2010


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