NAT 10th Anniversary Gala Fundraiser  

October 20, 2017

Nottingham Arimathea Trust celebrated 10 years of housing refugees and destitute asylum seekers with a glamorous dinner at Nottingham's oldest Indian restaurant Mogal E Azam. The celebration was opened by Lord Lieutenant of Nottingham Sir John Peace, Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping and the Mayor of Broxtowe. Staff awarded residents with key awards and also a special award to a resident who has contributed a lot of her time to the charity over the years. To celebrate the 10 year anniversary a lot of food was enjoyed and live music was played by a kind Syrian couple who we have helped in the past.