Help Save the Bengal Tiger… by Having a Curry…

Save the Bengal Tiger Week is launching on 14th May, with more than 500 restaurants, renowned celebrities and politicians backing this vital campaign to help save the Bengal Tiger from extinction.

Royal-Bengal-Tiger-India-During Save The Bengal Tiger Week, the British Curry Club has recruited more than 500 Indian restaurants nationwide to pledge their support, by providing a 3 course meal for a bargain £20.00. The Royal Bengal Tiger is synonymous with the Indian sub-continent and its culture. The Sundarbans Tiger Project has therefore joined forces with The British Curry Club and its members.

Mike Ahmed of the British Curry Club says; “We are calling on the nations army of curry lovers to support Save the Bengal Tiger Week by visiting restaurants in their local area and beyond. What’s more the special tiger menu that’s on offer, has been especially tailored to cater for the UK taste buds and features the top ten curry dishes as voted by the British public in Chaat magazine”

During the week, events will take place nationwide to help raise awareness of the campaign and the plight of the Bengal tigers.To get involved and buy tickets for the restaurants please visit (or click the picture below).

Chris PackhamChris Packham – Really Wild Show
“I’ve been involved in Wildlife for my work both as a presenter and a wildlife photographer for more than two decades now and have a keen interest in what goes on in this area. I’m well aware of the plight of the Bengal tiger and think that projects like Save the Bengal Tiger Week are a great way to help highlight the danger these tigers face of extinction.

“I wish the Save the Bengal Tiger Week every success and the Sundarbans Tiger project overall”

Amanda Protheroe Thomas – Presenter
“Saving the Bengal tiger in today’s society is vital with so many beautiful species under threat from extinction. Having worked as a wildlife presenter and seen animals such as these up close you realise how precious they are and how important it is to save them from the threat of poachers. I offer my support to Save the Bengal tiger Week and wish it much success”

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Jonathan Smith-Squire

Jon Smith-Squire is a reporter at Sell Your Story UK, The Magazine. A psychology graduate, he has a special interest in real life stories, human emotions and how we perceive the world around us.

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