Cambridgeshire restaurants and takeaways have raised over £12,000 for victims of the Turkish-Syrian earthquake.
The Cambridgeshire BCA (Bangladeshi Restaurant Association) member establishments have come together after an emergency meeting of members at Zara restaurant in Great Shelford in the wake of the devastating earthquake on 6 February, which is believed to have killed more than 55,000 people.
All those present at the meeting agreed to hold a fundraising night at their restaurants on February 27 and 28, and donated half of what they received. BCA Cambridgeshire raised a total of £12,066.37.
Abdul Hai, Chairman of BCA Cambridgeshire and Co-Owner of Pipasha Restaurant in Cambridge, said: “Thank you to everyone who took part and to all the customers who visited especially the participating restaurants and takeaways. Your support will make a difference.”
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Share eighteen places: Taj Tandoori, Bipasha, Sylhet, Zara, Kaz, Montaz, Cam Spice, Bar Hill Spice, Rajplash, Gandhi, Maharaja, Tamarind, Indian Ocean, Shilpa, Classic Spice, Meghna, Kala Chip and The Grill Plug .
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