You acquire an early nineteen sixties bus and you cook great curries, what do you do? Paul Brader and Cath Barton decided to combine the two by converting an Albion Nimbus designed for narrow roads on rural routes into a mobile curry kitchen and so created the Albion Curry Bus.
They then took it around West Dorset serving their curries to the local population. Unfortunately old buses take a lot of upkeep and this Albion Nimbus ended up as a static curry kitchen.
Circumstances have moved on again, and the bus has been sold on to serve a new purpose. So no more curries from the curry bus.