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Curry Life Awards is on 10th October 2021

Curry Life Awards 2020 has been canceled
Next Awards is on 10 October 2021

Curry Life Media Group is saddened to announce that despite all the preparations, the Curry Life Awards and the World Curry Expo will not be held this year. The two events were scheduled to take place on Sunday 15th November at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London. But as the world is still in the midst of a dangerous pandemic, it is with a heavy heart that we must cancel this year’s event.

All the preparations related to the award and curry expo were completed. But Curry Life Group made the decision based on the government’s latest advice. Public safety to prevent further spread of coronavirus is paramount. Curry Life Awards authorities have already notified their main sponsors Just Eat and Cobra Bear – who we’d like to thank for their understanding and support.

“We are going through a difficult time,” said Syed Nahas Pasha on behalf of Curry Life Media Group. Worldwide, the number of deaths from COVID-19 is increasing. The number of virus infections is sadly still growing rapidly.”

“The second round of viral infections is on the rise in the UK, and scientists expect its size to be alarming. Therefore, the priority for all of us is to stay healthy and continue to practice social distancing. This sadly, means our own event cannot go ahead. But on a positive note, we can give our awards to their intended recipients at some point in the future. Until then we all need to stay everyone vigilant.”

Syed Nahas Pasha said that all the work related to the awards had neared completion. They have almost completed the verification and selection process, including contacting restaurants and takeaways across the country. They hoped that in one way or another, the award ceremony could still be held. Even if it meant making changes such as installing social distancing measures.

They knew that the event would likely be different to previous years, and that complying with government rules and regulations would be essential.  They were also prepared to reduce the number of guests in attendance in an effort to ensure this. By August, various activities in the hospitality sector had started to spring back to life giving everyone hope – but unfortunately a second spike in viral cases has ended this possibility.

Syed Nahas Pasha said, “Our hospitality sector and curry industry is going through a difficult time. Not only are there many restrictions on the coronavirus, but businesses are about to close due to fear among the general public. We also hoped to be able to bring back the spirit of the industry if anything. We’re sorry, we couldn’t. Our only hope is that the vaccine and more effective treatments will come in the near future, freeing us all from this virus.”

Syed Belal Ahmed, Chief Executive of Curry Life Events, said, “We have set the date and place for the Curry Life Awards and World Curry Expo in 2021 next year.” On Sunday, October 10, 2021, the most popular annual event in the curry business will be the Curry Life Awards and Gala Dinner, as well as the World Curry Expo at London’s elite Royal Lancaster Hotel.

Syed Belal Ahmed said, “The Curry Life Awards is a very popular event in the British curry industry and an annual highlight of the curry business. It takes a lot of preparation to organise every year. That’s why we’ve been working on it for a long time. ”

“Despite hundreds of obstacles this year due to the coronavirus, the main publications of Curry Life Media Group have not stopped,” he said. We have made arrangements to deliver our regular publications Curry Life and Oriental Food Life with important information to the readers even at this difficult time without taking any risk. ”

Not only that, considering our huge Bengali readership, we have published another new magazine in Bengali called “Curry Chef” during this lockdown. In addition to Curry Life and other publications, Curry Chef Magazine will also be our regular publication.

We have had to postpone some other events too due to government restrictions. Such as our event culinary workshop event. We were forced to cancel it due to lockdown even though we fixed the date. We have decided that we will have two culinary workshops next year to make up for this.

From the opinions of those who regularly participate in our workshops, we know that they benefited a lot from them. It allowed them to focus on improving their skills and expanding the business into new ventures. So based on Ader’s opinion, we have decided to hold two educational workshops next year.

Syed Nahas Pasha, Editor-in-Chief of Curry Life Magazine and Curry Chef, said: “We are truly grateful to our friends for this difficult time.”

Curry Life Media Group is saddened to announce that despite all the preparations, the Curry Life Awards and the World Curry Expo will not be held this year. The two events were scheduled to take place on Sunday 15th November at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London. But as the world is still in the midst of a dangerous pandemic, it is with a heavy heart that we must cancel this year’s event.

All the preparations related to the award and curry expo were completed. But Curry Life Group made the decision based on the government’s latest advice. Public safety to prevent further spread of coronavirus is paramount. Curry Life Awards authorities have already notified their main sponsors Just Eat and Cobra Bear – who we’d like to thank for their understanding and support.

“We are going through a difficult time,” said Syed Nahas Pasha on behalf of Curry Life Media Group. Worldwide, the number of deaths from COVID-19 is increasing. The number of virus infections is sadly still growing rapidly.”

“The second round of viral infections is on the rise in the UK, and scientists expect its size to be alarming. Therefore, the priority for all of us is to stay healthy and continue to practice social distancing. This sadly, means our own event cannot go ahead. But on a positive note, we can give our awards to their intended recipients at some point in the future. Until then we all need to stay everyone vigilant.”

Syed Nahas Pasha said that all the work related to the awards had neared completion. They have almost completed the verification and selection process, including contacting restaurants and takeaways across the country. They hoped that in one way or another, the award ceremony could still be held. Even if it meant making changes such as installing social distancing measures.

They knew that the event would likely be different to previous years, and that complying with government rules and regulations would be essential.  They were also prepared to reduce the number of guests in attendance in an effort to ensure this. By August, various activities in the hospitality sector has started to spring back to life giving everyone hope – but unfortunately a second spike in viral cases has ended this possibility.

Syed Nahas Pasha said, “Our hospitality sector and curry industry is going through a difficult time. Not only are there many restrictions on the coronavirus, but businesses are about to close due to fear among the general public. We also hoped to be able to bring back the spirit of the industry if anything. We’re sorry, we couldn’t. Our only hope is that the vaccine and more effective treatments will come in the near future, freeing us all from this virus.”

Syed Belal Ahmed, Chief Executive of Curry Life Events, said, “We have set the date and place for the Curry Life Awards and World Curry Expo in 2021 next year.” On Sunday, October 10, 2021, the most popular annual event in the curry business will be the Curry Life Awards and Gala Dinner, as well as the World Curry Expo at London’s elite Royal Lancaster Hotel.

Syed Belal Ahmed said, “The Curry Life Awards is a very popular event in the British curry industry and an annual highlight of the curry business. It takes a lot of preparation to organise every year. That’s why we’ve been working on it for a long time. ”

“Despite hundreds of obstacles this year due to the coronavirus, the main publications of Curry Life Media Group have not stopped,” he said. We have made arrangements to deliver our regular publications Curry Life and Oriental Food Life with important information to the readers even at this difficult time without taking any risk. ”

Not only that, considering our huge Bengali readership, we have published another new magazine in Bengali called “Curry Chef” during this lockdown. In addition to Curry Life and other publications, Curry Chef Magazine will also be our regular publication.

We have had to postpone some other events too due to government restrictions. Such as our event culinary workshop event. We were forced to cancel it due to lockdown even though we fixed the date. We have decided that we will have two culinary workshops next year to make up for this.

From the opinions of those who regularly participate in our workshops, we know that they benefited a lot from them. It allowed them to focus on improving their skills and expanding the business into new ventures. So based on Ader’s opinion, we have decided to hold two educational workshops next year.

Syed Nahas Pasha, Editor-in-Chief of Curry Life Magazine and Curry Chef, said: “We are truly grateful to our friends for this difficult time.”

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