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Published 14th Oct 2011

Bollywood Night flyer

A Middlesbrough charity is holding a glittering event later this month to raise much-needed funds.

The Sahara Kenya Project is staging its colourful Bollywood Night at the Newport Neighbourhood Centre, in St Pauls Road, Middlesbrough on Friday, October 28 from 6pm to 10pm.

The fun packed-evening will feature a three-course Indian buffet, free henna tattoos and face painting, raffles and a professional photographer.

Tickets are £10 each and £5 for children under 10 and are available from the ticket hotline on 07955 890092.

The Sahara Kenya Project works to relieve financial hardship, sickness and poor health among the elderly in Mombasa, Kenya.

Funds raised help to provide specially designed or adapted housing, as well as equipment, services and facilities.

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