London news Croydon man launching pizza pop-up in memory of mum who died of cancer Uk news
MetiNews.Com - It will sell the 'freshest and tastiest Neapolitan pizza in South London'
Breaking News ! Sign up to FREE email alerts from MyLondon - MySouthLondon NewsSubscribeWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingSee ourprivacy noticeInvalid EmailA Croydon entrepreneur is opening his own pizza business in memory of his mum who died of cancer five years ago. Alex Robson is hoping to open Penny's Pizza at Surrey Street Market in November, and promises to offer the "freshest and tastiest Neapolitan pizza in South London". The 33-year-old, who lives in South Croydon, was made redundant from his job in creative production in May and decided it was time to follow his passion for cooking, inspired by his mum, Penny. Sadly, Penny died from breast cancer in 2015 aged 56, but she had a lasting impact on her son, so much so that Alex hopes to "secure her memory" by launching his own business.
Alex Robson is hoping to open Penny's Pizza at Surrey Street Market in November
Speaking to MyLondon, Alex said: "My mum passed away five years ago and she was a big influence on many aspects of my life, especially cooking. She was my inspiration. "I am quite excited and very honoured to go to work and my mum's name be on the door. I quite like that idea and it's a nice way to secure her memory. "I love to cook and it has been a massive passion of mine for decades. I found a love for it through my mum and she taught me everything that I needed to know."
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