CLLR Tafheen Sharif, the Civic Mayor of Tameside, is hoping to spice up donations to her charity appeal by hosting a curry night.
The fund-raiser, which will be held at the Indian Plaza, Audenshaw Road, Audenshaw, takes place on Wednesday, November 8 (5.30 for 6pm).
Tickets (£25) include a three-course meal, plus live entertainment, an auction and a raffle.
The Civic Mayor said: “As I enter the second half of my year in office, I want to give my appeal fund an extra push. I’ve chosen some worthy charities which operate in Tameside and will put every penny I can generate for them to very good use.
“By buying a ticket and coming along on November 8 you’ll not only be supporting good causes but getting a delicious meal with live Bollywood entertainment as well. What could be better? Please come and join us because it’s going to be a great evening with a great atmosphere.”
Tickets are available from the Mayor’s secretary, Christine Acton, on 0161 342 3087 or by emailing [email protected] You can also contact the Indian Plaza direct on 0161 371 7474.
The Mayor’s charity appeal fund comprises Home-Start (HOST), which offers expert support to families with young children that are going through difficult times; West African Development; and We Shall Overcome, an organisation which provides support for the homeless.