Glasgow Pizza for a £1: Popular new pizza shop offers kids pizza for a £1

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Kids can get a £1 slice of pizza from the new popular pizzeria outside Kelvingrove

Civerinos Finnieston will offer Glasgow schoolchildren pizza slices for just £1 to help families during the cost-of-living crisis. 

The initiative – which has already served thousands of cut-price slices to families in Civerinos’ Portobello and Edinburgh city centre restaurants – will run daily between 3pm and 4pm (Monday to Friday) during term time, and includes both margherita and vegan margherita slices.

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Michele Civiera, founder of Civerinos, said: “Families are finding it tough right now, especially in the run-up to Christmas, but it’s so important for youngsters to have something to look forward to. We’ve worked with schools since we launched seven years ago, and this is just one of the many things that we do to help kids. We don’t want there to be any barrier – every child has the right to an affordable slice.This is about giving families more opportunities to enjoy important experiences together. 

“Supporting communities around our restaurants is central to what we do. The buzz around our new Finnieston restaurant and support from locals and visitors has been amazing – the launch of our £1 pizza slice initiative in the city is a chance to give back.”

Kids can get a £1 slice of pizza at the new pizza shop, Civerinos in FinniestonKids can get a £1 slice of pizza at the new pizza shop, Civerinos in Finnieston
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Civerinos Finnieston, which opened September this year, is located on Radnor Street, near Kelvingrove skatepark and Kelvingrove Gallery. 

£1 slices are available for school kids at Civerinos Slice, Finnieston, between 3pm and 4pm (Monday to Friday).

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