Kapiti Observer : May 19th 2011
9 THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2011 Advertising Feature Tomorrow morning the screens will be down and the much-awaited new Coastlands Food Court will be open for shoppers. The food court will be open for normal trading hours from 9am to 3pm Mondays to Saturdays and 10am to 4.30pm on Sundays. To celebrate the opening, Coastlands will be giving away a $50 Coastlands Gift Card every half hour between 11am and1pm and from 2pm to 4pm. Coastlands Marketing Manager Connie Murphy says the new food outlets offer customers a selection of high quality food choices. Sen Sushi, specialising in Japanese food, and Shamiana, which serves Indian cuisine, will be open tomorrow and the third new outlet, The Hungry Wok, will open later in the month. Muffin Break remains at the front entrance to the Food Court and in June the McDonalds outlet in the mall will be moving from its present site to new and larger premises in the Food Court. The siting of the Food Court with its wall of windows in unique, Connie said. "Food Courts are usually inside malls and are quite dark. This is very light and there is a view out to the stream." Adding to the natural light is the choice of modern light fittings, the clean white tables and the vibrant colours of the decor, including lime green and orange chairs. Bench-style seating and stools at tables create a difference of style within the Food Court. The seating capacity has been doubled to 250, which will enable some tables and chairs to be removed from the mall itself, creating more room for shoppers and more privacy for diners. The addition to the dining area which sits across the stream will be closed for a week and refurbished before being integrated back into the Food Court area. With the children's playground now installed at the western end of the Food Court and plenty of high chairs available, the Coastlands Food Court is very family-friendly. Coastlands Food Court opens Food Court New opens tomorrow! Make a purchase in the food court between 11am -- 1pm & 2pm -- 4pm tomorrow and you could win a $50 Coastlands Gift Card (1 drawn every half hour!) New food court entrance The new food court has seating for 250, a children's playground and a view over the landscaped stream New food outlets Sen Sushi & Shamiana will be open tomorrow. The Hungry Wok will be open next week, and the new Mc Donald's store will be open in June Ph 04 902 9899 State Highway 1, Paraparaumu coastlands.co.nz Coastlands management is very proud of the new food court "and the high calibre of the fit out and new food outlets showcases the new direction for Coastlands" . The seating area in the new Coastlands Food Court is flooded with natural light. MOTHER'S DAY WINNERS The winners of the Mothers Day promotion for a $500 Coastlands Gift card were Helen Nelson, Karmin Lytollis, Maxine Sclater, Katrina Nouata, Janice Lee and Rene Cherry. Coastlands congratulates the lucky winners 3746559AA "Not just the filters, Pops cleans the lot!" Contact Paul at Filter Clean NZ Ltd 0800 636 403 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org HEAT PUMP Cleaning Service We specialise in a full clean of your heat pump and outside unit. Wellington to Manawatu 3749578AA Signing up: Paekakariki School children, from left, Shaela Hartnett-Owen, Tanira Kingi and Sol Brown line up for an autograph from All White Ben Sigmund. Sigmund's local motivation tour By JOEL MAXWELL All Whites and Phoenix player of the year, Ben Sigmund swept through Kapiti this week as part of a motivational tour for the district's school children. The tour, organised by Kapiti Kids Motivation Trust, saw Sigmund speak at six schools from Otaki to Paekakariki on Monday and Tuesday. Taking a quick break from signing dozens of autographs at Paekakariki School, he told the Kapiti Observer the tour had been an awesome'' experience. All the kids were just so good -- there was no misbehaved kids, they were fantastic. I think the biggest thing for me was the Otaki Health Camp school. That just blew me away and what they're doing up there is fantastic.'' It is important for the school chil- dren to have someone to look up to, and have role models, he said. When I was young it was all just the All Blacks, but I think it's important that we have All Whites, basketballers, everyone, that we can aspire to.'' The visit indeed proved inspi- rational for Paekakariki student Che Jack Hortop, 8, a dedicated Chelsea fan, and All Whites and Phoenix sup- porter. Che had just snagged a Sigmund signature on his running shoes to go with the one on his All Whites T-shirt, he got from the team's train- ing before the 2009 World Cup quali- fier against Bahrain. The young midfielder said Sig- mund was quite highly ranked in his favourite All Whites --probably his second from top. Che has plans for a professional career himself -- hopefully at Stam- ford Bridge with his beloved Chelsea. Chooks nest at school Te Ra School is seeking the owner of four hens and a roaming rooster which made a home for themselves at the school during the holidays. Principal Doris Zuur said they were four pretty bantam crosses with an equally handsome consort. The truly free range'' birds were in beautiful condition, but had made a mess of the gardens. Fortunately for the rooster and his lady friends, they meandered onto safe ground, unlike another wander- ing Raumati South rooster which in 2001 was shot dead by a Kapiti Coast District Council animal control officer after several widely publicised hunts. Ms Zuur confirmed Te Ra School was a safe refuge''.
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