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was the Academy’s first high profile fundraiser.” Money raised will help the next generation of disabled youngsters take part in competitions, benefiting from bespoke racing chairs, enjoying expert coaching and training in several different sports. Le Raj, alongside Spice Business magazine and The British Curry Awards have raised nearly £1.25million for charity throughout the past 25 years. Another charity night will be held in September at Le Raj and all the proceeds will go to Home Start. Jeffrey Ali, managing director of Le Raj, “It is a fantastic achievement for Le Raj reaching its 25th year. Lots of hard work from all the team has gone in to maintain the high quality of cuisine over that time and we are delighted that we managed to raise so much for another good cause. My next challenge will be to beat the previous record of raising over £40,000 on one evening which went to Help A London Child.” n


who dug deep in their pockets to raise money for this worthy cause. Weir said: “My coach Jenny


Archer and I have a long term vision for the Weir Archer Academy which is to inspire the next generation of Paralympians. The Commonwealth Curry, which was generously supported by Penta Consulting and Le Raj,


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