posted on 25 January 2012

Local Indian restaurant Jinnah will play host to the first Wildcats Community Trust Curry Night on Monday 6th February (7pm).

Kyle Wood and Motu Tony sampling the delights of the award winning Jinnah Restaurant.

Jinnah, an award winning Kashmiri restaurant in Wakefield, are offering a pickle tray, starter, main course and dessert for just £9.95 per person, with all ticket money going directly to the Wildcats Community Trust.

Wildcats players will be there to support the Trust, with some of the club’s commercial sponsors already booking places including West Yorkshire Windows and MOT City.

The Community Trust at the Wildcats has played an integral part in the life of the community of Wakefield since back in 2006 when it was formed. It needs as much funding as possible for it to function and do its job properly which is to help provide education, physical activity and a health lifestyle for the children, young people and disadvantaged youth of the city.

Wildcats Director of Education, Mark Winder, is looking forward to what should be a great night.

“On behalf of the Trust I’d really like to thank Jinnah for supporting what I’m sure will be a really enjoyable night that will raise a lot of money for the Community Trust.

“The role of the Trust within the city is a hugely valuable one and fundraising evenings like this can raise funds that will enable us to continue to do more for the young people of Wakefield.”

If you’d like to book your place then call the club on 01924 211611.

This is Wakefield. Together We Are Stronger.

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