Curry Circle launched to help Bradford's homeless

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: PLANS: Dishing out curry to the homeless and Naz Kazmi (left) and Alam Zeb from Lahore PLANS: Dishing out curry to the homeless and Naz Kazmi (left) and Alam Zeb from Lahore

A new project providing weekly curry and drinks to homeless people has received a boost with a restaurant serving up its first meals for the scheme.

My Lahore is the first restaurant to sponsor the Curry Circle, which was started earlier this month by The Muslim Women's Council.

The group’s founder Bana Gora said: “My Lahore is the first restaurant to sponsor the Curry Circle, when approached they came on board immediately.

“We’ve got a simple formula – we provide a free hot curry, a warm friendly environment which is accessible for individuals and families. The response has been great from volunteers and the goodwill from local restaurants, caterers and businesses has been incredible.

The Curry Circle is open every Thursday evening at the Carlisle Business Centre, Manningham.

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1:22pm Tue 31 Dec 13

The Hoffster says...

Great news !

Well done to all concerned :)
Great news ! Well done to all concerned :) The Hoffster

2:10pm Thu 2 Jan 14

ishy40 says...

I am sure you guys can tap into charity organisation who says they are 100percent charity policy, am sure they will give some money from their own salary because some are earnings 20k to 50k per year thru charity work
I am sure you guys can tap into charity organisation who says they are 100percent charity policy, am sure they will give some money from their own salary because some are earnings 20k to 50k per year thru charity work ishy40

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