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Seven children's clubs benefit from Little Wing bursary scheme

Published 26/11/2015

Little Wing Pizzeria has dished out £3,000 in bursaries to support seven local children's clubs this November as its Little Stars scheme returns for the second year.
Little Wing Pizzeria has dished out £3,000 in bursaries to support seven local children's clubs this November as its Little Stars scheme returns for the second year.

Seven children's clubs have benefited from the Little Wing Little Stars bursary scheme.

Sydenham United Football Club, St John Bosco Amateur Boxing Club in west Belfast, Holywood Tae Kwon Do club, Pophouse Theatre Company in Finaghy, VC Glendale Cycling Club in south Belfast, Bangor Chiefs Inline Hockey Club and Enniskillen Rugby Football Club Minis all received a slice of £3,000 from the pizzeria's scheme.

Luke Wolsey, managing director of Little Wing Pizzeria said: “Little Wing is family run and that ethos is at the heart of everything we do.

"We are always looking for ways to support local communities and the Little Wing Little Stars bursary allows us to have a positive impact on the lives of young people and their families.

"As Little Wing has recently expanded, with our newest restaurant now open in Enniskillen, we were pleased to be able to offer more bursaries this time round."

He added: "We had more than double the amount of entries this year so it was tough to pick the winning club but I am thrilled to present our bursaries to the deserving winners.

“We know that last year’s winning teams were able to put the money to good use to benefit local children and we hope this year’s winners will find the financial reward just as useful, whether it’s used to purchase new kit, equipment or even a chance to treat the kids to a fun day at their clubs.”

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