In a rather intriguing news for the Indians, at least six cities in the United Kingdom will take part in the first-ever ‘National Samosa Week’.
The event is planned for next month and the participants will have to make, sell and consume the highly sought after and much of an international brand itself delicacy to raise money for charity.
It is said that the event is to be organized from April 9 to 13.
The Samosa was chosen for this event in view of its massive popularity amongst the Indian, South Asian and other communities across the Britain.
So far, it was said, Birmingham, Manchester, Coventry, Nottinghamshire and Radlett have joined in the list of cities where this event will be hosted.
The proceeds from the sale in Leicester are aimed at two charities — mental health charity LAMP and Care of Police Survivors (COPS) — dedicated to helping the families of police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.>