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PUBLISHED: 14:03 23 January 2008 | UPDATED: 14:26 07 July 2010

There is a new look to the Pizza Hut at Longwater and to celebrate the Times has teamed up with Pizza Hut to give four great prizes over the next four weeks.

HAVE you got a celebration coming up? If so the third Pizza Hut competition may be just what you are looking for because the prize is a buffet for 10.

Pizza Hut offers a wide variety of food, not just the pizzas that they are famous for, but also pasta and salad which now feauture prominently on the menu as well as a tempting array of desserts.

Pizza Hut likes to keep close to its roots, and that's why you'll find more than 15 types of pizza in its restaurants all freshly baked to order.

Pizza Hut mozzerella chees is made only with milk from British cows and the tomato bases are made with vine-ripened tomatoes. So enjoy sharing your pizza with whoever you're with.

You won't find this treat anywhere but Pizza Hut….. Hot Cookie Dough Dessert. Chewy cooked chocolate cookie dough topped with a a dollop of ice cream and drizzled with chocolate sauce. So why not find a friend to share this dessert with?

This week you can win Pizza Hut's unlimited buffet lunch, including pizza, pasta and salad for up to 10 people. The prize must be redeemed at Pizza Hut Longwater Retail Park, Costessey. Served from weekday lunchtimes, why not come down in your lunch hour? There are special prices for the little ones too, and if you just fancy pizza, there is a pizza-only option. Once again we have thrown in a refillable drink for everyone in the winning party - so why not enter the competition and let us take care of lunch one day soon? Please ring 01603 747448 for details.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

This promotion is valid for competition winners ONLY.

Expiry date for redemption - November 30, 2008.

The prize is non-transferable.

No purchase necessary.

Redeemable at Pizza Hut, Longwater Retail Park, Costessey.

Normal Archant competition rules apply.

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