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Bradford retains Curry Capital title


BRADFORD has been named Curry Capital of Britain for a record third year running, beating competition from 21 other UK cities. The city narrowly beat former champion Glasgow by just two points to receive the highest number of votes in the public poll. Wolverhampton came third. The win means Bradford and


Glasgow have both been named Curry Capital four times in the contest’s 11-year history. Organiser Peter Grove said the competition had been “tougher than ever”. He added, “The Curry Capital awards encourage recognition of the importance of the curry sector in Britain - and Bradford’s restaurants are a fantastic advocate for the cause.” n


STUDENTS LEARN BUSINESS AND TECHNICAL SKILLS FOR CURRY SECTOR


AT Perry Beeches school in Birmingham students are learning about running a business alongside how to cook a good curry. It is estimated that around 10,000 people are directly and indirectly employed by curry restaurants in the city and the local authority has set up what it calls the Birmingham Baccalaureate to make sure students have the right skills for the job The course at Perry Beaches includes technical cookery lessons, but also instruction in the fi nancial and marketing aspects of running a restaurant business. The aim is that young people should be equipped with not just the technical skills but also with the ability to think about what a business needs. n


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