Slicing up a new chapter at established food business

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A leading Brighouse business, which has been at the heart of the town centre for 32 years, has unveiled a new look.

Mr Pizza, taken over by Des and Samantha Claypole last year, prides itself on making fresh food from fresh ingredients every day. It has been serving pizzas, potatoes and more to residents and visitors to Brighouse since 1982.

It is now launching a new look just in time for the Brighouse 1940s Weekend and will have a street café and stall as part of the event on Saturday and Sunday.

The new look has been developed by working with fellow Brighouse business Waverley Consultancy which works to ensure businesses are connecting with the right audiences in the right way.

The work will showcase Mr Pizza’s own food, with pictures taken by a member of staff studying photography, and includes a new website,

Des Claypole, owner of Mr Pizza, said: “Mr Pizza is a name familiar to people across Brighouse and our new look aims to reinforce what we offer and build on the work of the previous owner who set up the business in 1982.

“We pride ourselves on being different by using fresh ingredients, freshly cooked every day so when people buy from Mr Pizza they know they are getting a high quality product.

“It is that approach that has been so successful for the past 32 years and it is one we will be building on in the weeks and months ahead.”