Academy pupils serve up a treat

An organisation set up to help poor and needy people will benefit from a charity night in Keighley this month.

The Balti House Restaurant in Albert Street will again stage the annual event to support the Ibrahim Trust.

The trust was founded by Balti House manager Mohammed Zamir Hanif in honour of his son, Mohammed Ibrahim, who died aged 11 from a rare metabolic disease.

The charity dinner takes place from 6pm to 10pm on April 29. It will feature a £12-per-head buffet meal.

Mr Hanif said: “The night is in association with University Academy Keighley’s sixth form. Their pupils will receive catering training from our chefs and will help to prepare food for the evening.

“All funds raised will be going towards the Ibrahim Trust, which helps the poor and needy people around the world and in particular in Pakistan.

“There will also be live music, raffle draws, beauty stalls and a Mickey Mouse guest appearance for the kids.”

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