Posted 28th November

Halcyon Interiors hosts Curry for Change charity evening

By KBBDaily on 28th November 2018 - 10:19am
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Kitchen designer Halcyon Interiors recently hosted ‘An Evening of Flavour’ at its Wigmore Street showroom to raise money for Curry for Change.

Curry for Change is a charity that helps families in Asia and Africa to grow food, earn an income and access vital information on nutrition and health.

The event – now in its third year – raised more than £5,000 for the charity and featured a decorated, full-size tuk-tuk.

Chefs including Darjeeling Express founder Asma Khan, MasterChef semi-finalist Nisha Parmar and cookery entrepreneur Hari Ghotra came together to cook up Pakistani food for the evening.

“It’s really rewarding to be involved in this excellent event for such a good cause,” said Halcyon Interiors showroom manager Graham Robinson.

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