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Apprentice stars dish up Iftar treat to homeless in Whitechapel

PUBLISHED: 19:00 11 September 2009 | UPDATED: 14:51 05 October 2010

APPRENTICE stars are donning their aprons to serve up meals for 1,000 homeless people in a park in Whitechapel tonight. The feast is one of ten gatherings in ten different countries to offer Iftar meals, at the break of the Ramadan fast, for needy peop

APPRENTICE stars are donning their aprons to serve up meals for 1,000 homeless people in a park in Whitechapel tonight.

The feast is one of ten gatherings in ten different countries to offer Iftar meals, at the break of the Ramadan fast, for needy people in the community.

Former Apprentice celebrities, Tre Azzam, Shazia Wahab, Majid Nagra and Syed Ahmed will be serving up Ramadan delights including samosas, pakoras, Indian sweets and an exotic fruit salad.

The meal will be served at sunset in Altab Ali Park and with any remaining food distributed to various homeless shelters around London.

Guests will also be entertained with music from Muslim hip hop group, Mecca2Medina, Abdullah Rolle and British stand-up comedian, Prince Abdi.


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