The Burslem Chef

Today Asim Masood, the North Staffs Postal Branch’s new appointed BAME Officer, ran a small fundraiser to promote the CWU and raise money for the local Salvation Army. Asim works at the Salvation Army as a volunteer. He has been cooking and delivering food to the elderly and disabled during the Covid-19 crisis.

He loves to cook and he cooked loads of onion bhaji’s and samosa’s and took them in to Burslem Delivery Office for donations for this cause. He has raised Β£136.30.

Well done Asim. We can’t wait to try your cooking at the Branch πŸ™‚

Asim with his culinary delights
A couple of members of staff tucking in.
Even Superman popped in for a bite!
Staff gave Asim the thumbs up to his delicious cooking

7 Replies to “The Burslem Chef”

      1. That’s is amazing Asim. We really appreciate your help and support.
        Thank you to everyone who has donated it’s really appreciated and will be used to help assist with more meals in the community.

  1. Guys, I have asked for Jason’s approvaI if we can do something similar at our branch office. The plan is being discussed. You will hear a good news soon. Cheers

  2. Top job Asim always love your bhaji s save some for Stafford donation waiting. PS not on until next Tuesday.😎

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