Mount Everest restaurant owners Pardep Paudel and his brother Bishnu have decided to organise a fundraising night at their Studley restaurant to raise much needed funds following the devastating Nepal earthquake.
The brothers and their families, originally from Nepal, have been shocked by the 7.8 magnitude earthquake which has devastated Nepal including their home town of Baglung Bazar, Nepal.
Mount Everest Restaurant are holding a special charity fundraising evening 6-11pm on Sunday 17th May to raise money for those now in need of aid and assistance in Nepal.
Tables are limited – call 01527 850717 to book.
£15 per person for set menu (drinks not included),
(regular menu still available)
Durbar Square which was severely damaged after the major earthquake on 25 April 2015.
Raffle tickets are also on sale with prize donations from local businesses including Abbey Hotel, Southcrest Manor, Studley Castle, Kings Court, The Duck Inn.
Prizes include, vouchers for golf, meals, hair products, pictures, mot, flowers. vouchers for nails, hair, sun bed vouchers, photo shoot with free pictures, fish and chips.
Local businesses have been very generous.
You can purchase raffle tickets for £1 from Mount Everest Restaurant and Flair By Flowers in Studley.
If you would like to donate a prize please contact Sharon at Flair With Flowers. An empty hamper has been donated and it would be wonderful to fill, so if you can help please get in touch.
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Free parking is available in the car park behind the restaurant. The car park is accessed off Bell Lane. The entrance to the car park is opposite the Bell Mead junction.
Please note this free car park is not owned or maintained by Mount Everest. It is currently ‘bumpy’ and has no lighting, so it maybe unsuitable for some. You are welcome to enter the rear of the restaurant from the car park, please knock on the window. You can also leave this way, please just ask.
There is an alternative free car park, which is well lit and maintained in Pool Road, Studley. This is a 5-7 minute walk, using the footpath next to the infant school and down Needle Close.
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