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## ## Leicestershire restaurant’s online cookalong raises more than

frontpageWhat’s OnWhat’s On NewsIn the NewsA second cookalong has been arranged to raise further fundsTiramisu was one of the dishes made at the cookalongSign up to FREE email alerts from LeicestershireLive DailySubscribeWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA family run restaurant has raised more than 1,000 for the Leicester Hospitals Charity.The Pear Tree Inn, at Woodhouse Eaves, collected 1,036 for the charity, which supports frontline NHS workers. by holding an online cook along.Participants were able to create a chicken dish for main course and a dessert of tiramisu, guided by chefs from the county eatery.The three brothers who own the restaurant Riccardo, Marco and Gianni Albiniano said they were keen to say thanks to NHS staff for all their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.What’s OnallMost ReadMost RecentThings to do in Leicestershire10 Leicestershire parks to visit for a walk this weekendDharka Deli review: What we reckoned to our Indian food delivery from Leicester restaurant Food and DrinkThe menu offers a huge variety but how did the food taste?Ken Bailey garden centre at Wistow to re open here’s what changes to expectThings to do in LeicestershireIt’s one of many county garden centres to reopenTake a look inside some of the most viewed houses on Rightmove during lockdownWhat’s On NewsFrom an incredible mansion in London to a fairytale castle in Chesire, these dream homes are being eyed up by Brits in lockdownFood and DrinkDharka Deli review: What we reckoned to our Indian food delivery from Leicester restaurant The menu offers a huge variety but how did the food taste?You can get a dog afternoon tea delivered to your door from this Leicestershire garden centreThings to do in LeicestershireWell, why should humans get all the cakes?10 Leicestershire parks to visit for a walk this weekendThings to do in LeicestershireKen Bailey garden centre at Wistow to re open here’s what changes to expectThings to do in LeicestershireIt’s one of many county garden centres to reopenMost ReadMost RecentCoronavirus14 new cases of coronavirus discovered in LeicestershirePublic Health England revealed the latest figuresArmed police in Jubilee Square in Leicester after reports of man carrying gunCrimeA man has been arrestedPolice officers attacked after responding to reports of assault in MountsorrelCrimeThree men have been arrested following the incident including one on suspicion of carrying a bladed articleCovid 19 death toll at Leicester’s hospitals rises againCoronavirusA total of 310 people have now diedChildren may have to learn through the summer to catch upUK World NewsA number of initiatives are being considered

## ## loved York police officer PC Suzanne Asquith

PC Asquith worked in Acomb, York and North Yorkshire, first on the frontline, then following illness developed and coordinated the Rock Challenge and Lifestyle projects for North Yorkshire Police, helping young people improve their communities during school holidays.

She was awarded the Gold award for Inspiration at the North Yorkshire Police Annual Awards ceremony in October 2015, and was a BEM in the Queen Birthday Honours, and an online donation page set up after PC Asquith’s death in support of Cancer Research UK had a target of but has raised more than PC Kirven has worked with the International Police Association to set up the State 466 event 466 being PC Asquith’s collar number, and state 4 being the police code for meal break which will be held at a hotel in York in October.

Almost half the tickets for the black tie event have already been sold, but as the dinner is currently open solely to police officers and staff, with many already booked from around the country and donations coming in from as far away as New Jersey, he exact location cannot be revealed for security reasons.

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