GALLERY: March takeaway Eastern Promise celebrates birthday with charity giveaway

16:23 17 June 2014

Open day and cheque presentation at Eastern Promise, March.Eastern Promise, in March, Held an birthday open day. Cheques were presented to Sue Ryder Care and Comic Relief. Left: Shafiq Mohammed, Jeni Baines from Sue Ryder and Mujtabaa Ali.Picture: Steve Williams.

Open day and cheque presentation at Eastern Promise, March.Eastern Promise, in March, Held an birthday open day. Cheques were presented to Sue Ryder Care and Comic Relief. Left: Shafiq Mohammed, Jeni Baines from Sue Ryder and Mujtabaa Ali.Picture: Steve Williams.

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A takeaway marked it’s 24th birthday by presenting £125 to two worthy causes.

Eastern Promise, of High Street, March, has held collections for Sue Ryder’s Thorpe Hall and Comic Relief.

Today, they presented a cheque for £60 to Jeni Baines, manager of the March branch of Sue Ryder, while another £65 has been raised for Comic Relief.

The community conscious takeaway, which dishes up currys, pizzas, burgers, kebabs and southern fried chicken, intends to carry out more collections in the future.

You can find out more about Eastern Promise at 01354 650804 or at www.easternpromiseonline.com

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