Get in the spin with Pizza restaurant
HOW is this for a new special on the menu at Ipswich's Pizza Express - yo-yo and basil pizza!Hundreds of yo-yos have been delivered to the restaurant in Lloyds Avenue by Ipswich Central and they are now being handed out to customers.
HOW is this for a new special on the menu at Ipswich's Pizza Express - yo-yo and basil pizza!
Hundreds of yo-yos have been delivered to the restaurant in Lloyds Avenue by Ipswich Central and they are now being handed out to customers.
A total of 15,000 free yo-yos are being given out in the run up to the world record breaking attempt due to take place on the Cornhill in Ipswich on Sunday, July 27, at 2.30pm.
The aim is to have the highest number of people simultaneously yo-yoing for two minutes. The event, Spin, is being organised by Ipswich Central in partnership with the New Wolsey Theatre.
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Claire Castle from Ipswich Central said: “Everyone is so up for the concept and practicing like mad. Patrick Ballanger, the manager of Pizza Express has been, like most people in town, very helpful in promoting the Spin project.
“We have got loads of people signed up to be part of the world record attempt which is great but we need more and anyone can register at www.ipswichcentral.com.
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“We want everyone to get practicing.”
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