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Bramley: New restaurant owners donate takings to NHS appeal

Words: Sarah Cullingworth

Photos: Simon Cullingworth

Following a successful opening and some great reviews the owners of Persepolis on Bramley Town Street generously donated £1,354 – all of their first day takings – to the NHS Thankful Thursdays initiative.

The campaign aims to raise £100,000 through local businesses donating a percentage of their sales to do something wonderful for the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

NHS donation: Persepolis in Bramley. Photo: Simon Cullingworth

Owners of the Mediterranean restaurant, Rakesh and Nasser, decided it was the perfect way to celebrate the start of their venture last month. They said it gave them the opportunity to give something back to our wonderful NHS.

To find out more visit the Thankful Thursday website.

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