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Can you handle an ultra hot curry? Cambridge Indian restaurant Prana to hold charity competition

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Cambridge Indian restaurant Prana is to stage a ‘how hot can you handle’ curry competition to raise money for charity.

Prana’s managing director Kobir Ahmed. Picture: Keith Heppell
Prana’s managing director Kobir Ahmed. Picture: Keith Heppell

After donating more than £1,500 to the Little Hearts Project last year, Prana is now supporting another local charity, LifeCraft, a user-led organisation for adults in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough area who have had experience of mental health difficulties.

Prana is sourcing the hottest chillies on the planet and inviting contestants - who must be 18 and over - to enter. Owner Kobir Ahmed said: “I am very proud that we continue to support local charities whilst also giving back to our own community that supports us week in, week out, enabling us to make a real difference to those in need.”


To enter the competition, you must be nominated by a friend/family member on Prana’s pinned competition post on their Facebook page (@PranaIndianRestaurant). Ten names will be picked at random to compete in Prana on July 6 where contestants will be served a selection of curries ranging from hot, very hot and too hot to handle!

The winning contestant will receive a meal for them and three friends with Prana also donating £100 to LifeCraft Charity on Mill Road helping to reach their target of raising £1,500. Entries close on Monday (June 28) so head over to facebook.com/PranaIndianRestaurant to get involved.

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