Continental brunch raises hundreds for town

MORE than 50 people enjoyed Middle Eastern and Asian food prepared by people in Bradford on Avon as the town’s Friends of Palestine held a fundraising brunch.

On October 13, the group raised money to support Tubas, a town whose position in the north, near the Jordan Valley, make its residents a prime target for land confiscation by the Israeli Military.

Jalal Khudairy, a headmaster in Tubas, formed a popular Youth club in 2014 and wrote to the Friends group this summer requesting financial and practical help to develop it further.

The committee responded with a positive commitment to help in the long term by holding these brunches.

The food was prepared by people from Melsham, Trowbridge, and Devizes.

A total of £600 was raised towards the project, and the Friends group wishes to thank all those who contributed to the event.

For more information, please visit www. Boafop.org or call 01225 868195

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