Takeaways for the UHW – NHS frontline workers!

Here are some pictures of the latest delivery of meals for the NHS frontline workers based at the University Hospital of Wales in the Heath.

The staff at the Juboraj would once again like to thank them for their dedication and bravery during this difficult time. We will continue to help in whatever way we can for as long as it takes.

A selection of salads
Boxes full of beautifully prepared Bangladeshi food
Boxes of food from the Juboraj in Rhiwbina packed up and labelled with thanks for the NHS
Boxes of food from the Juboraj in Rhiwbina packed up and labelled with thanks for the NHS
All the boxes of takeaway food for the NHS frontline packed into Juboraj takeaway bags

Feeding the NHS frontline staff.

The Juboraj Rhiwbina have been doing what they can to help the frontline workers at the NHS during this difficult time. So far they have provided almost 300 freshly made, hot, cooked meals. Chef DMC and his team will be providing at least another 200 over the coming days. We’ve been very pleased that the NHS staff have even taken the trouble to say thank you for the meals. One nurses from Rhiwbina took the time after a long shift to drop a thank you note to through the letterbox! The Public Health Wales Microbiology team took it in turns to eat theirs so they could maintain their distancing.

Ana Miah, managing director at Juboraj, says they wish they could do more and is pleased they could help in this small way.

Nessun Dorma Like you’ve never heard it before!

There was a great deal of chat, laughter and singing at the Juboraj Rhiwbina on the evening of the 14th November when the Rotary Club of Cardiff Breakfast worked in partnership with the Juboraj Rhiwbina to raise £996.5  for Cervical, Breast and Ovarian Cancer, Parkinson and 5C’s charities.

The authentic dishes prepared were outstanding and the Juboraj staff worked tirelessly throughout the evening to make it such a success.

Entertainment was provided by ‘The Chords’ an ensemble of ‘mature’ singers who regularly perform at charity fund raising events. The Chords was formed 20 years ago to entertain Cardiff Royal Infirmary Stroke Patients and has provided pleasure to thousands of people.

Prior to the evening the Rotary Club of Cardiff Breakfast had a collection for the Rohingya  Refugee  Appeal.  District Governor Maggie Hughes presented Ana Miah founder of the Juboraj with a cheque for the Bangladesh UK Environmental Foundation.