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26th Oct, 2021

Northfield YMCA staff and residents' tikka treat from Jack's in Rubery for National Curry Week

RESIDENTS at Northfield YMCA were given all they needed to cook up the perfect chicken tikka masala to help them celebrate National Curry Week.

Jack’s supermarket in Rubery provided curry powder, Greek yoghurt, tinned tomatoes, onions, garlic, oil, ground ginger, herbs and spices, naan bread and rice.

Jack’s store manager Ryan Bird said: “We love any excuse for a curry here at Jack’s and so it was a no brainer to help celebrate National Curry Week.

“We always try our hardest to interact with and give back to all areas of the local community and free food services have worked incredibly hard over the last 18 months, so it was important to support them in any way possible.

“We hope everyone enjoyed their curry this week but especially those at YMCA Birmingham, Northfield.”

For the past 20 years YMCA Birmingham’s Northfield site has been providing accommodation and support to those less fortunate.

The hostel provides the residents with hot meals, employment support and accommodation.

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