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An Indian restaurant in Stansted cooked up treats for staff at care homes in the village and in Bishop’s Stortford.

Abdul Kadir, owner of Bombay Butler in Station Road, contacted Friends of Stansted Surgery, which is co-ordinating volunteer support in the village, to offer 100 free meals.

Philippa Bennett, part of the Friends team, said: “We are so thankful. We decided the best recipients would be our local care homes as the staff have been under enormous pressure and they were not in the public eye for a while.

Staff at Hargrave House receive their Indian takeaway from Bombay Butler (34282470)
Staff at Hargrave House receive their Indian takeaway from Bombay Butler (34282470)

“Bombay Butler delivered meals to Hargrave House care home and the staff were over the moon!”

The restaurant then prepared meals for staff at three other care homes that come under the medical care of Stansted Surgery.

It delivered them to delighted workers at Mountfitchet House in Coltsfield, Broome End Care Home in Pines Hill and Conewood Manor Nursing Home in Dunmow Road, Bishop's Stortford.



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