Sujan Katuwal owner of Panas Gurkha Restaurant celebrated completing a challenge he and his wife Bandana set themselves of delivering 100,000 meals to NHS workers and today to the Royal Artillery Barracks in Greenwich. Actress Joanna Lumley, a long-time campaigner for the UK’s Nepalese community and a friend and supporter of Sujan was there to help him mark his achievement.
Chris Hill joined them to offer support and thanks on behalf of the homelessness charity WSUP (Woolwich Service User’s Project) of which Chris is a trustee and great supporter as Sujan has also supplied their 100 service users with food.
Chris met with a number of people including Joanna Lumley and explained the importance of helping people in a multitude of ways of which free addiction recovery support is a part.
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