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Stowmarket: Domino’s Pizza chain set for town

16:00 13 November 2012

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Domino's Pizza is set to open a takeaway in Stowmarket

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PLANNERS at Mid Suffolk District Council have approved proposals for a Domino’s Pizza premises in Stowmarket.

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The takeaway shop will be in Ipswich Street and will replace the Wimpy restaurant.

Dominoes has said it will bring 32 jobs to the town - eight full-time and 24 part-time.

The takeaway is set to be open every day, from 9am-midnight, except for Sundays when it will open between 10am-11pm.

The Wimpy restaurant had been run by the same family for the past seven years.

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  • finally some decent food from that establishment, wimpy made me and my family ill on more than one occasion.

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