Next month the award-winning restaurant Calcutta Brasserie in Stony Stratford will celebrate its sixth anniversary with an evening filled with live entertainment led by Britain’s Got Talent runners up Signature.
The anniversary evening on September 17 will aim to raise money for Leo’s Appeal, a cause that funds and supports children’s wards at Milton Keynes Hospital.
Local businesses and retailers will provide gifts for giveaways on the night that lucky customers will be able to win.
The owner, Ali Abdul sai: “We’re extremely proud of Calcutta Brasserie’s success over the past six years.
“We always try to make our customer experience an unforgettable one and try to give back to the community.
“The charity we will be raising money for is a great cause so we’re excited to contribute towards it.”
This year they have enjoyed great success by firstly winning the ‘Best Asian Restaurant’ accolade at the Milton Keynes Food and Leisure Awards.
More recently, the restaurant won the accolade of ‘Best in Britain Top 50 for 2014’ BIBA award, which is the industry’s longest running awards system.
Head of fundraising, Vanessa Holmes, said: “We are delighted to be working with Calcutta Brasserie once again and thank you so much to Ali and the team for their ongoing support. The children’s wards at the hospital rely on charitable donations to fund those extra items that make a huge difference– so support of Leo’s Appeal in the community means a great deal.”
Tickets for the night cost £27.95 and includes a drinks reception, three course meal, entertainment and a goody bag.