Domino's has become the most recent retailer to join the line up at the new Cross Hands retail park development.

The new store will be opening at the retail park tomorrow - Wednesday, November 22.

In addition to delivering pizza, Domino’s will be serving up 25 positions including pizza makers, customer service colleagues and delivery drivers, offering a variety of careers to Cross Hands.

Ricky, Store Manager at Cross Hands Domino’s said: “We’re thrilled to be opening our doors to the people of Cross Hands, and we’re celebrating the opening by offering any size pizza for £9.99 when collected!”

“There’s also plenty of employment opportunity for people living in Cross Hands, so we look forward to welcoming local pizza superstars to join our growing team.

"In particular we’re searching for delivery drivers, who can provide exceptional customer service, and demonstrate integrity, honesty and reliability, as well as being pepperoni passionate for freshly made pizza.”

As part of its recently launched TeamSkills programme, Domino’s offers colleagues full induction training, complete with all the tools and skills needed to become the leaders of tomorrow.

Domino’s in Cross Hands will be sponsoring a Christmas toy appeal in conjunction with local radio station ‘Radio Carmarthenshire’ and the store will be a collection point for donations.

In addition, a special deal for the scheme will be running up until Christmas, with £1 from every redemption being donated to the toy appeal.

If you are interested in a position at the store, please contact Dave on 07548649634 or email a CV to

Leader of Carmarthenshire County Council, Cllr Emlyn Dole, said: “It’s great to see another new business opening its doors in Cross Hands, offering more for local people and visitors, and of course new jobs for the area.

"As a council we are working hard to maximise all opportunities for growth and development in Cross Hands which is identified as a key strategic site in our overall transformation plan for Carmarthenshire.

"We have achieved a great deal already with much more still to come.”

The Guardian recently revealed The Food Warehouse would be joining the bargain brand retailer B&M, and Costa in the lineup of stores at the development.

Plans for the new development, published by Fletcher and Morgan and Conygar, also feature Pets at Home and Jenkins Bakery.