Curry night at Sleaford Rugby Club set to raise temperatures and funds for soldiers’ charity

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A curry night is to be held in Sleaford later this month to raise money for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity.

The event is to take place at Sleaford Rugby Club on Friday, October 30.

ABF The Soldier’s Charity is the national charity of the British Army and offers lifetime support to serving and retired soldiers and their families.

The event in Sleaford forms part of The Big Curry, a national campaign for ABF The Soldier’s Charity.

It runs from 7pm to 10pm and is being organised by Muhammed Karim, from Sleaford.

He said: “Living in Sleaford for 25 years, I have had many friends who have served in the Armed Forces, some of whom have suffered while on duty around the world.

“This is a way of helping Army personnel and their families in various ways through this charity.”

At the curry night, Mr Karim will also be selling his Spicetube packs to raise more money for the charity.

Tickets cost £17.50 and are available by emailing