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Maharani’s Indian restaurant in Market Deeping hosts charity dinner with the Deepings Lions Club





An Indian restaurant provided free food, chefs and waiting staff for a charity dinner.

Maharani’s in Deeping St James welcomed 80 people to the event which was hosted in partnership with the Deepings Lions Club.

Diners raised £1,885 which will be split between Market Deeping Relief in Need and Barnack Community Association’s Local Project.

Mike Drinkall, PaulineRedshaw, Bob Broughton, Reverend Georgina Holding, Tony Plunkett and Muhammad Yaseen at the charity dinner
Mike Drinkall, PaulineRedshaw, Bob Broughton, Reverend Georgina Holding, Tony Plunkett and Muhammad Yaseen at the charity dinner

Lions club president Dave Turner thanked guests for their support, including representatives from Market Deeping Town Council, Deeping United Football Club, Bourne Lions, Deeping Rotary and Round Table clubs.

During the night trustee of Market Deeping Relief in Need, Pauline Redshaw, gave a talk on the history of the charity and mayor of Market Deeping Bob Broughton spoke about recent activities to support local people.



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