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MAYOR ATTENDS WINDSOR


CHARITY EVENT


WINDSOR’S Mango Lounge recently held a gala dinner in aid of Typhoon Haiyan victims in the Philippines and raised around £5500 in the process. The dinner was attended by 55 people, including Royal Borough Mayor Cllr. Andrew Jenner, former Mayor Cllr Asghar Majid and Slough MP Fiona Mactaggart,


and was hosted by Lloyds Bank manager David Wood-Griffiths. Directors of the restaurant


donated £3,500 from the proceeds of the evening to the fund, and head chef Ashwani Kumar donated his £1,000 prize money after winning the title of International Indian Chef of the Year last month. A further £1,000 was raised through a raffle and auction, with items such as signed cook books, cooking classes and luxury hampers raising money. n


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Harlequin aims to expand north of the border


HARLEQUIN Leisure Group is planning to open a new restaurant in Glasgow, under a new brand, as well as one in Inverness, under the Ashoka brand which the group is best known for. Glasgow-based Harlequin also has operations in Dundee and Livingston and opened its first outlet in Edinburgh in March last year. Its portfolio comprises the Ashoka and Ashoka Shak chains, the Green Chilli Cafe in Glasgow, and the Las Ramblas Spanish restaurant in Bearsden. n


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