Bengal Brasserie goes football crazy

Hot on the heels of their sponsorship of the Balsall Common Festival, the team at the Bengal Brasserie have now added local youth football to their list of community sponsorships.

Their latest deal sees them put their name to the Balsall & Berkswell FC Under 15s Hornets squad:

About the Bengal Brasserie

The Bengal Brasserie restaurant has been serving customers in Balsall Common since the early 1990’s, with a friendly, welcoming team that’s enthusiastically supported a wide range of community projects throughout their history in the village.

Visitors to the restaurant can expect a wide choice of Indian and Bangladeshi dishes, including fish-dishes and even English options for those who struggle with spicy dishes.

They also provide a delivery service within a range of up to 5 miles.

Bengal Brasserie

349-351 Kenilworth Road
Balsall Common
Coventry
CV7 7DL

T: 01676 533 883
E: info@bengal-brasserie.co.uk
W: bengal-brasserie.co.uk

F:facebook.com/bengal.brasserie.bc
T: twitter.com/BengalBC

Big screen football returns to the Berkswell Legion

Berkswell British Legion is showing World Cup football on the big screen tonight as England take on Uruguay.

 

The Legion is on a community-embracing membership drive at the moment and welcomes new visitors, to come and sign-in as guests of a member to view the facilities, enjoy a drink and this summer’s World Cup atmosphere.

 

 

 

Balsall & Berkswell Hornets on the lookout for the new Messi

Balsall & Berkswell Hornets FC are on the lookout for football loving boys and girls with the passion and desire to become the next Drogba, Messi, or Rooney to come and learn some new skills. Opportunities abound at various age group levels for budding talent down at the Hornets Triangle ground opposite Lavender Hall Park in Balsall Common.

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