Bengal Brasserie gets behind Balsall Common fete

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Balsall Common fete planners received a fine boost yesterday as the Bengal Brasserie joined forces as event sponsors for what is expected to be big crowd puller on Saturday 28th September 2013. The restaurant on Kenilworth Road in Balsall Common already has a fine reputation for supporting local causes as well as contemporary Bangladeshi and Indian cuisine and friendly staff.

The Balsall Common fete, an event which is very much ‘by the community for the community’ will be held at the Lant Community Sports Ground on Meeting House Land with the aim of raising money for local causes. The organising Committee is heavily dependent upon the good-will of community-focused local businesses and are really grateful as event publicity co-ornidator Craig Burgess explains:

 

“We wouldn’t be able to take on such an ambitious project without the backing of businesses such as Nailcote Hall and Bengal Brasserie who have been quick to answer our call. The idea of putting on a fete by day and live music event in the evening represents is a big challenge both logistically and financially. We couldn’t do this without our heroic backers.”

 

Bengal Brasserie is the second major sponsor for this event hot on the heels of Nailcote Hall who signed a deal as official Event Partners last week. Balsall Common fete organisers are still interested in hearing from prospective sponsors and are able to offer a number of attractive packages. For information on how to get behind this big event as a sponsor or official Event Partner email Craig Burgess via craig.bcfete@tsunamail.com

 

 

More about Bengal Brasserie


Supporters of local clubs and charities, including sponsorship for the provision of bird-feed at Katherine’s Wood at Lavender Hall Park.

 

349-351 Kenilworth Road
Balsall Common
Coventry
CV7 7DL

 

Tel: 01676 533883
Web: bengal-brasserie.net

 

Eat as much as you like Mondays

 

Bengal Brasserie runs a special ‘as much as you like’ buffet every Monday from 6pm until 9pm with the added incentive for regulars that different dishes from the full restaurant menu appear from week to week. Whilst advanced bookings are required these can be arranged at short-notice. Adults get to eat for £7.95 each and children for £4.95. A great way to start the week!

 

Bengal Brasserie at Trip Advisor

 

There’s more than enough great reviews at Bengal Brasserie to really get a feel for the place and get some ideas for dishes to try:

 

Bengal Brasserie reviews at TripAdvisor.co.uk

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