Royston takeaway owner on why he’s sponsoring this year’s Royston in Blue

PUBLISHED: 10:47 17 June 2016 | UPDATED: 10:48 17 June 2016

Business partners Mahbubur Rahman and Safwaan Choudhury with Lisa Thompson.

Business partners Mahbubur Rahman and Safwaan Choudhury with Lisa Thompson.


A Royston takeaway owner is chuffed to be sponsoring this year’s Royston in Blue run on the Heath.

The team at Royston Tandoori handed over a cheque for £300 to sponsor this year’s race numbers for the event, to be held on Sunday, June 26.

Managing director Safwaan Choudhury said: “It is a wonderful ‘fun raising’ event and I have great respect for the organisers who work hard all year round to make it such a successful event.

“Naturally all at Royston Tandoori are delighted to be able support the cause.

“We will be participating this year – although only walking as it is Ramadan.”

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