PIZZA giant Domino's will soon have a bigger slice of the Pembrokeshire food trade, with a new store opening in Neyland.

Domino’s is opening its Honeyborough Industrial Estate store on Monday, October 28, the second in the county.

Pizza fans in Neyland, Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock and Pembroke will be able to enjoy firm favourites, including the Pepperoni Passion and the Mighty Meaty as well as recent innovations like the New York Hot Dog and the Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza.

The store will also offer the Delight pizza range, which has 650 calories per small pizza.

The opening will give the community a welcome employment boost by serving up to 35 local positions including pizza chefs, customer service colleagues and delivery drivers.

Myles, operations director at Neyland Domino’s, said: “We’re thrilled to be opening a new store in Neyland, allowing us to deliver our extraordinary menu of handmade pizzas to even more of our loyal customers. To celebrate, we’re offering ‘Buy One Get One Free’ on collection or dine In.”

Local residents looking for a chance to earn some ‘dough’ working at the store should contact Domino’s, Myles said.

“We’re also on the lookout for exceptional people to be part of our in-store team including shift managers and delivery drivers. In return we offer a great work-life balance with flexible hours, development opportunities and lifelong friendships. With 80 per cent of store managers starting their careers as a store colleague, this is a fantastic opportunity for ambitious people to enhance their skills and succeed at Domino’s.”

Anyone interested in a position can contact the Neyland Recruitment Team via email at

To make the most of the ‘Buy One Get One Free’ deal at Unit 2, Honeyborough Industrial Estate, Neyland, SA73 1SE collect in store, order online at, via the Domino’s app, or call the store on 01646 600666.

Domino’s currently has a store in Tenby, and is expected to have a third in Haverfordwest soon after plans were approved in August.

In July last year, Domino’s opened a 64-seat restaurant in Tenby, a move which sparked debate in town because of its proximity to a war memorial and the historic town walls.

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