12-mile run for dancer and charity star Inder Singh
A MIDLANDS Bhangra dancer is all set for a grueling 12-mile run in the name of charity.
Inder Singh, dancer and manager of the popular Punjabi dance group Gabhru Panjab De will help raise money for three charities when he embarks on the two hour run from his hometown of Stourbridge to Wolverhampton this weekend.
Despite being in full time employment, Inder, who earlier this year performed in front of the Queen, still finds time to help look after his ill father as well as raising money for various charities.
The Raaj FM radio presenter will donate all monies raised to Cancer Research, children’s charity Promise Dreams, and Gateway Club of Rugby, which helps adults and children with learning difficulties.
He will set off from his home in Stourbridge on Saturday at 6.30 pm and will be hoping to arrive at the Panjabi Wolves Charity Night to be held at the Diamond Banqueting Suite in Wolverhampton two hours later.
Inder said: “Last year Panjabi Wolves Charity Night raised over £40,000! I’m hoping to raise as much money as I can for the named charities by completing the 12mile run.
“People still can support his fantastic event by turning up at the Diamond Banqueting Suite, Wolverhampton on Saturday night and donating in person.”
The Panjabi Wolves Charity Night will take place on Saturday 15th May. For more information log ontowww.punjabiwolves.com