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Mr Kebab Ixworth owner Murat Sanci donates almost £2,000 in takings from new Elmswell business to East Anglian Air Ambulance




The launch of a new kebab van business in Elmswell has seen almost £2,000 donated to the East Anglian Air Ambulance.

Murat Sanci started up Mr Kebab Elmswell, which is based at the village’s train station and opens at 4pm daily, on Thursday, December 27 after success with a similar business in Ixworth.

He has donated all the takings - totalling £1,980 - from his new van’s first five days in business to the charity to thank its staff for the work they do and to ensure that it continues.

Mr Kebab Ixworth is opening a new kebab van at Elmswell Train Station (Mr Kebab Elmswell) and is donating ALL the takings from the first five days of operations to the East Anglian Air Ambulance...Pictured: Murat Sanci and Ferhat Deligoz....PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (6231624)
Mr Kebab Ixworth is opening a new kebab van at Elmswell Train Station (Mr Kebab Elmswell) and is donating ALL the takings from the first five days of operations to the East Anglian Air Ambulance...Pictured: Murat Sanci and Ferhat Deligoz....PICTURE: Mecha Morton. (6231624)

“I just felt I wanted to help and I wanted to do it. I’m happy with the amount we raised,” he said.

Sophie Mathew, community fund-raising area manager at East Anglian Air Ambulance, said; “Every penny donated to us
will go directly towards keeping our helicopters in the sky and our crew saving lives.

“We’d like to say a big thank you to Mr Sanci for his kind support.”



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