Charity auction to raise funds for Tarayan bursary

27 July, 2007

Colleagues and friends of wine importer, restaurateur and journalist Nick Tarayan - struck down by a serious illness two years ago - are to hold a fundraising event in his name at Middle Temple Hall in central London on Sept 17.

The event will

raise money for a minibus for the Fairlie House Hospice where Nick is being cared for. It

will also help set

up a wine education bursary in Nick's name to encourage the next generation

.

The evening is supported by the Champagne Academy .

For cash donations and tickets write to Siroun Tarayan, 2 Hardman Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey KT2 6RH.

For prize donations

contact Morfudd Richards at icevan@lolasonice.com.




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