With just two weeks to go until the nation’s favourite Macmillan Coffee Morning on 29th September, the UK is gearing up to get baking or more like enjoying, the finest baked goods in support of the charity, to prevent anyone from having to face cancer alone.
Indico Street Kitchen are excited to be hosting their own Macmillan fundraiser with a twist, their own Desi Chai morning. The team who are always up for doing something with bit of colourful bang – so will be offering traditional Indian desserts and street food dishes such as samosa chaat, pani puri and vada vav and sipping sweet aromatic masala chai to wash it down.
We also have the pleasure of TV reporter Satnam Rana, of Midlands Today, hosting our morning. Born and raised in the Midlands, she mainly reports on culture and diversity issues in the region. This is a cause that is close to Satnam’s heart, as she has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer which makes the morning even more poignant.
Satnam said, “Our Desi Chai Coffee Morning is set to be a fantastic and fun event to support a popular cause. Even though it’s been a tough time for me, the important thing is to raise awareness as it can happen to anyone at any age.”
If a chai and a chat with others, including our hostess with the mostess, sounds good to you, head over to Indico on Stratford Road in Shirley at 10:30am on Friday 29th September.
What’s more, every person who attends will be given a £10 voucher to spend at Indico at a later date, to enjoy our delicious range of Indian culinary delights.
Here’s a link to Satnam’s incredibly moving video diary. Book tickets via eventbrite