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

PUBLISHED: 08:00 04 October 2014

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

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

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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.

“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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