You've seen the posters up locally well now here is the press release:
More Hall is perhaps the only care home that does take away exotic food, as once again, the Sisters who run More Hall Convent Residential Home, Randwick, will be cooking up curries, rice and Samosas to sell in order to raise funds for the “the little extras” for the residents. These curries are unique as they merge the styles of the sisters various home towns in Southern India to create real Indian home cooking. Using fresh ingredients bought locally, they add herbs and spices to give a distinctive flavour.
The curries will be on sale on the afternoon of Saturday, November 12th. While you are collecting your curry you can take the opportunity to chat to the residents over a cup of tea and cakes and listen to the music provided by Norma and Luke. Also you may wish to buy some home made cakes or handcrafted presents from the limited range that they have available this year. In addition there will be a “grand” raffle.
The curry day is one of a number of activities organised to raise funds and to bring some of the hustle and bustle of life into the home for the residents. On the Curry Day, the Sisters are assisted by the staff of the home and The Friends Of More Hall, a group resident’s relatives and other concerned people. Other events organised by the friends include a summer Garden Party and seasonal music, dance and drama at Christmas and Easter.
Come early as there is always a great demand for the curries, so much so that, this year, we have had to appoint a car park attendant to control the congestion in and around the convent grounds. Chicken or Vegetable Curries (both with rice) are £6.50 and Samosas (4 for ₤3.) will be on sale from 2 pm to 5 pm on Saturday, 12th November, come early to avoid disappointment – we usually sell out.