Piccolino partner up!

23rd April 2014

Cure Leukaemia is delighted to announce that Italian restaurant Piccolino will support the Birmingham based charity this year.

The popular venue, located in Oozells Square in Brindley Place offers a wonderful combination of both modern and classic Italian dishes prepared in an open kitchen in full view of the diners. Piccolino serves the best and freshest seasonal produce, Italian cheeses, meat and seafood that reflect pure Italian flavours.

Piccolino joins fellow Brindley Place residents Deloitte as well as the likes of The Binding Site, Hotel Indigo, Marco Pierre White Restaurant, Warwickshire County Cricket Club, Pinsent Masons, OGL Computer plus many more in their support of Cure Leukaemia. The restaurant will be holding a host of fundraising initiatives throughout the year which started with a special event on Shrove Tuesday back in March.

On Tuesday March 4th the restaurant provided local businesses with delicious pancakes for which they asked a small donation to Cure Leukaemia to raise money for the charity, with the day raising £150. They will continue to hold a number of events throughout the year and we are delighted to have them on board.

Loubie Goldie, events manager for Piccolino said,


''We are very proud to be supporting Cure Leukaemia in 2014. Over the years, Cure Leukaemia have always supported Piccolino charity events and now we are honoured to give back to them. We hope to make 2014 another record-breaking year!”

James McLaughlin, Chief Executive of Cure Leukaemia said,


“we’re delighted to be supported by such a popular and high quality venue like Piccolino.


The restaurant’s perfect central location will help us increase awareness and raise significant funds during the year and I’m delighted to welcome Piccolino into the Cure Leukaemia family.” 

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