Curry night puts money in the pot for good causes

Saba cheque presentations. Tracey Pashby (Stepping Ministeries),Helen Evans (Impact Family Services),Debbie Kay (St Catherines Hospice), with family Shamina Sahed, daughter Safeerah,Owner Sahed Uddin,Daughter Sahiba Sahed. 151414a pic Richard Ponter
Saba cheque presentations. Tracey Pashby (Stepping Ministeries),Helen Evans (Impact Family Services),Debbie Kay (St Catherines Hospice), with family Shamina Sahed, daughter Safeerah,Owner Sahed Uddin,Daughter Sahiba Sahed. 151414a pic Richard Ponter
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A tasty sum was raised at a charity dinner hosted by a Scarborough restaurant.

Curry Lounge in St Thomas Street invited guests to pay for their meal by way of a donation to charity.

The event was attended by more than 80 people and raised £1,150, which has been shared between St Catherine’s Hospice, NSPCC, Stepping Stones and Impact Family Services. Restaurant owner Sahed Uddin said the event had gone really well and he was delighted with the amount raised. He added: “There were lots of people here and everyone enjoyed themselves. We had a raffle and auction and everyone voted on which charity they wanted to support. Everyone gave a donation for their food at the end of the night.” Sahed is pictured, centre, with staff and, front, charity representatives Tracey Pashby, Helen Evans and Debbie Kay. Picture by Richard Ponter 151414a