Restaurant party raises hundreds of pounds for hospice
PUBLISHED: 10:49 10 April 2015 | UPDATED: 10:49 10 April 2015
Tribute acts performed at 30th anniversary
Hundreds of pounds were raised for a Kent and south London hospice at a party to celebrate a restaurant’s 30th anniversary.
The Jalsha Tandoori, in Station Road, Sidcup, held a double tribute night featuring Mick Hucknall and Amy Winehouse impersonators for 150 customers.
A raffle raised more than £300 for the hospice, thanks to numerous businesses in the area who donated prizes.
The charity provides hospice care to children and adults across north and west Kent and Bexley.
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