Show your support and help Wolverhampton win 2013 'Curry Capital of Britain'
12th April 2013
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This years activity will commence with a Charity Film Night attended by the Mayor of Wolverhampton, Councillor Mrs Christine Mills. 

A screening of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel in aid of the Curry Tree Foundation, which supports charitable causes, will see supporters gather at the Light House Media Centre on Tuesday April 30th

Authentic Indian musical entertainment will set the mood during pre-film drinks and food for the evening will be supplied by The Bilash

Tickets can be purchased at a cost of £10 per head from Light House or by contacting

You'll find all you need to know here

So - cast your vote now - ask your friends and family to do the same and lets see Wolverhampton recognised as THE Curry Capital of Britain in 2013.

Thanks to WV One who again are organising Wolverhampton's bid.

Pictured at the Curry Capital Launch are L-R: Chief Executive of Light House Kelly Jeffs, Cinema Manager Jas Kapur and WV One Operations Director Kim Gilmour

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