Norwich fairy frollics

Posted on News Jul 2011 - by Tandoori Editor
Norwich fairy frollics


Bangladeshi restaurant staff donned wizard, fairy and genie costumes and frolicked through the streets of Norwich to raise money for a local charity.

Waiters from the Spice Cottage, in the Market Place, Diss were fundraising for Make-a-Wish, a charity helping children with life threatening diseases.

Sarwar Jahan, manager at the Indian and Nepalese restaurant said: “The work that Make-a-Wish do, to support families at a devastating time in their lives, is truly inspirational. We are a family run restaurant, and we wanted to help give our free time and energy to help raise funds to help other families in our beautiful county of Norfolk.

“We know other charity fundraisers have Santa runs, but we thought it would be a magical thing to do to have an exotic genie run, making children’s wishes come true.

Make-a-Wish, help seriously ill children through the pain and fear of their final weeks by bringing their wishes to life, providing family and friends with happy memories to look back on. The charity grants 70 wishes a month, but is aiming for 85 by the end of 2012

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