Published On: Wed, Jun 24th, 2015 on 2:09 pm

Bradford curry kitchen to offer free haircuts to the homeless

EXCLUSIVE: A soup kitchen in Bradford is to launch a new service offering its weekly soup kitchen clients a free hairdressing service.

Curry Circle Bradford

The homeless and hungry are fed every week.

The Curry Circle, a weekly project delivered by the Muslim Women’s Council will be delivering the service in partnership with Refresh Hair and Beauty.

Adam Raja, Curry Circle Manager, said: “We are really excited to be launching this service during the month of Ramadan to our neighbours who are suffering from homelessness and poverty and cannot afford a haircut.”

The Curry Circle runs on volunteers and provides free hot food to the homeless and needy, regardless of faith, colour and background.

It takes place every Thursday at the Carlisle Business Centre from 7pm and users are given a space to sit down, eat and socialise too.

The official launch of the hairdressing service will take place at the Carlisle Business Centre at 6.30pm on 25 June.

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