All Saints Appleton sisters support South End Green Indian restaurant’s charity drive

Paradise restaurant owner Wasel Ali, Natalie Appleton, Diane Ryan from the Royal Free Charity, Judy

Paradise restaurant owner Wasel Ali, Natalie Appleton, Diane Ryan from the Royal Free Charity, Judy Dewinter from Myeloma UK and Nicole Appleton with a cheque for £17,000 raised at the restaurant in South End Green, which will be split between the two charities. Picture: Polly Hancock - Credit: Archant

An Indian restaurant has donated £17,000 to charity to mark its 45th anniversary.

Paradise in South End Road, South End Green, raised the money by hosting a charity auction last month, with lots including the chance to develop a signature dish with the restaurant’s chef.

The cash will be split between two good causes – the Royal Free Charity and bone marrow cancer charity Myeloma UK.

Hampstead-based pop stars Nicole and Natalie Appleton, from the girl group All Saints, joined a cheque presentation event on Tuesday.

Owner Wasel Ali said: “We have a long association with the Royal Free Hospital, including my son being born there, so we wanted them to benefit.


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“Our good friends Nicole and Natalie Appleton also have a relative living with myeloma which led us to support Myeloma UK as well.”

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