A PROJECT which helps to feed those in need in Bradford has thanked a supermarket for donating to the initiative.

The Tesco store in Great Horton made a donation of fruit to the Bradford Curry Project.

It's a project which brings people of different faiths and cultures across the city together to help those in need.

It provides free meals, serving a sit-down two or three course meal once a week on a Saturday.

The project was launched more than two decades ago by Lashman Singh, who started out serving food from a van outside the old John Street Market. It eventually became a charity in 1995.

Pictured at the Great Horton Tesco store are Pramod Patel, from the Bradford Curry Project, along with Tosh Lal and James Buckingham.

Mr Patel said thank you to the store for its donation.