AN ASIAN restaurant in Bromsgrove is inviting customers to spice up their evening with some fun and laughter while raising funds for a good cause.

Spice Valley Balti in Worcester Road is serving up an elegant fusion of Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine, prepared by chef Muhammad Uddin, on a special night in aid of the Stroke Association.

Apart from a three-course meal, diners can enjoy live entertainment in the form of singer Alicia Benbow and local comedian Tristan Harris.

The event will include a prize draw with items donated by local businesses and the evening’s profits will go the Stroke Association and the work it does locally, which includes the Life After Stroke Centre based in Bromsgrove.

Ruth Tandy, West Midlands Community and Events Fundraiser for The Stroke Association, said: “Spice Valley Balti raised £178 for the Stroke Association last October and we are delighted they have chosen to hold this special event to raise additional funds.

“Stroke is the fourth single leading cause of death in the UK and 100,000 strokes happen in the UK each year. There are over 1.2 million stroke survivors.

“The Stroke Association is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to conquering stroke. Our mission is to help prevent stroke and improve the lives of people after a stroke through support services.”

Tickets for the event can be obtained by contacting the restaurant.