Fareham's Gandhi restaurant serves up a treat for good causes

Daily Echo: Abu-Suyeb Tanzam, centre, owner of Gandhi Indian takeaway presents cheques to, from left, Cllr Leslie Keeble, Fareham mayor Cllr Susan Bayford, and Portsmouth footballer Linvoy Primus. Abu-Suyeb Tanzam, centre, owner of Gandhi Indian takeaway presents cheques to, from left, Cllr Leslie Keeble, Fareham mayor Cllr Susan Bayford, and Portsmouth footballer Linvoy Primus.

AN INDIAN restaurant in Hampshire raised hundreds of pounds for a variety of good causes by donating proceeds from the day.

Visitors to the Gandhi Indian Takeaway and restaurant in Anjoy Crescent, Fareham, helped to raise £900, which was split between the Mayor’s Appeal and a former Premiership footballer’s charity.

Owner Abu-Sayeb Tanzam handed over a cheque of £600 to the group of charities supported by this year’s Fareham mayor, Cllr Susan Bayford – the Rainbow Centre, the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and disabled equestrian charity RDA Tradissar.

He also gave former Portsmouth player Linvoy Primus a cheque for £300 for Christian charity Faith in Football.

Abu-Sayeb said: “It was a wonderful night. We had a busy night; people donated some extra money for the night helping to raise another two or three hundred pounds. It’s becoming one of the events on the Fareham social calendar.”

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