SEVENTH HEAVEN AS LITTLE WING PIZZERIA OPENS IN LISBURN

SEVENTH HEAVEN AS LITTLE WING PIZZERIA OPENS IN LISBURN

Northern Ireland’s home-grown pizzeria chain, Little Wing, will open its seventh – and highly anticipated – restaurant in Lisburn on Tuesday 1st August.
 
Little Wing prides itself in offering authentic, made to order Naples-style pizzas including Northern Ireland's biggest pizza, which is a whopping 24 inches in diameter.

 
Offering a true taste of Italy and cooked in distinctive 6ft traditional woodstone pizza ovens, sourcing the freshest and finest ingredients is at the heart of the Little Wing ethos, with 100% mozzarella cheese used on its pizzas; sauce made from San Marzano tomatoes and pizza dough made to the restaurant’s own secret recipe right here in Northern Ireland (with no nasty additives, either). Combined with affordable prices and friendly service, it’s clear why this popular pizzeria has developed a cult following.
 
To mark the opening Little Wing in Lisburn, the new restaurant will run special events on Tuesday 1st and Saturday 5th August from 12pm – 3pm, with a variety of family activities, including a ‘clay pizza making’ workshop by Jumping Clay, face painting, plus free balloons and other prizes.

The new Little Wing Pizzeria will be located in Lisburn Square and will be open every day from 11am – 10pm.
 
For further information visit littlewingpizzeria.com, or follow Little Wing on Twitter and Facebook @LittleWingPizza.

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THE SEARCH IS ON TO FIND NI SUPERSTARS
Closing date approaching to nominate your local heroes

The people of Northern Ireland have been nominating who their local SuperStars are and as the deadline of August 19 is fast approaching, SuperValu wants to remind the people of Belfast, and beyond, to keep sending in their nominations.
 
SuperValu SuperStars will help shine a light on the people in communities who go out of their way to help others and who bring about positive change in the places they live, explained Desi Derby, Head of Marketing, SuperValu.

 
“Last year we recognised our SuperMums so in 2017 we decided that we would cast our net wider to identify the men, women and children who are SuperStars in their communities.
“Most of us will know a local SuperStar in our area so this is your chance to nominate them and give them the pat on the back they deserve.  We want family, friends and colleagues to nominate their SuperValu SuperStars and help us to show them that their efforts have not gone unnoticed!”, said Desi.
 
SuperValu, in conjunction with sponsors, Robinsons, Dairylea, Ben & Jerry’s, Persil, U105 and The Sun, want to find 36 SuperStars across every county in Northern Ireland who will be invited to Parliament Buildings, Stormont, where the overall winner will be announced on November 22.
 
“It’s so easy to nominate your local SuperValu SuperStars, just go to www.supervalu.co.uk and fill in an online form and leave the rest to us.  Anyone can nominate, including yourself, with the winner receiving a fantastic 5 star holiday and all finalists will be presented with SuperValu shopping vouchers”, said Desi.
To enter SuperValu SuperStars simply nominate online via www.supervalu.co.uk or www.facebook.com/SuperValuNI and describe what makes your nominee inspirational and worthy of the SuperStars title.
Desi continued: “We’ve had a fantastic response so far and we would like to thank everyone for taking the time to nominate. However, there is still time left to share the story of your SuperStars and we want to hear from you before entries close on August 19.”
If you think you or someone you know is a SuperStar and deserves to be recognised at the glittering reception at Parliament Buildings on November 22, simply enter online by August 19.
SuperValu is a leading foodmarket convenience brand for independent retailers in Northern Ireland providing real food from the heart of Northern Ireland.  SuperValu believes in quality local food that is from here and for here and sells in excess of £100 million worth of products from Northern Ireland in its stores every year. This helps to sustain jobs in local communities across the province.