Restaurant party raises hundreds of pounds for hospice

PUBLISHED: 10:49 10 April 2015 | UPDATED: 10:49 10 April 2015

The tribute acts at the Jalsha Tandoori 30th anniversary party

The tribute acts at the Jalsha Tandoori 30th anniversary party


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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