Nepalese music and dance will feature at a Hounslow charity dinner in aid of the country's earthquake victims.
The fundraising evening will take place at Hounslow Civic Centre, in Lampton Road, Hounslow, on Sunday June 7, from 5pm to 10pm. It will include a minute's silence for those killed in the disaster.
Money raised on the night will go to the Lord Buddha Children Foundation UK, to help rebuild remote villages devastated by the quakes, which struck on April 25 and May 12, killing thousands and leaving many more homeless.
The event, organised by Hounslow's outgoing deputy mayor Bishnu Gurung, who grew up in Nepal, follows a candlelight vigil in Hounslow on Saturday (May 23).
More than 300 people are estimated by Mr Gurung to have gathered by the war memorial in Hounslow High Street that evening to remember those lost in the twin tragedies.
Hounslow has a large population of Gurkhas, who are native to Nepal. The borough was home to Gurkha Victoria Cross holders Tul Bahadur Pun and Lachhiman Gurung during their latter years.
Tickets for the Nepal earthquake charity evening cost £15 a head, including a traditional Nepali buffet dinner. To book your place, call Bishnu Gurung on 0788 6498 871 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fundraisers in Hounslow West have collected £1,500 to help victims of the Nepal earthquakes. Subhash Mahajan, Bal Krishan Chada and Ajit Singh Phull donated the money to the relief work charity Khalsa Aid.