Domino’s, the nation’s best loved pizza, has opened a new store in Southampton at 54 Mercator Close, Romsey Road, to give locals even greater access to their favourite pizza. The new opening coincides with the fifth anniversary of the partnership between Domino’s and Teenage Cancer Trust, which has raised £4 million to support young people with cancer. To mark both occasions, local Domino’s franchise, Solent Pizza Delivery Limited has donated £5,000 to support the specialist Teenage Cancer Trust unit in Southampton General Hospital.


Since 2015, the Southampton community has made a significant contribution to the local Teenage Cancer Trust unit with weekly pizza deliveries to the young people on the ward and their nurses. In addition, over £32,000 has been raised during these five years thanks to the fundraising efforts of store team members and Solent Pizza Delivery Limited office team at local events and collection pots in stores.


As well as continuing support for Teenage Cancer Trust, the new Southampton – Romsey Road store will give the community a welcome employment boost by serving up 45 local positions including customer service representatives, pizza chefs and delivery drivers.


Wayne Benson, Managing Director at Solent Pizza Delivery Limited commented: “We’re thrilled to be opening another store in Southampton as we not only bring a slice of the action even closer to our customer’s doors, but mark an incredible five years of partnership with Teenage Cancer Trust with a £5,000 donation.


“We are incredibly proud to have worked so closely with the local Teenage Cancer Trust unit to raise valuable donations and help boost spirits with deliveries of our piping hot pizzas for young people going through treatment. Thanks to everyone who has donated over the past five years, you can continue to do so via Pennies at all UK Domino’s stores or online.”


Paul McKenzie, Director of Fundraising at Teenage Cancer Trust, said: “We’re extremely proud of our five-year partnership with Domino’s and everything it’s delivered; it’s a real testament to the ongoing passion and commitment of customers, franchisees and colleagues. This £5,000 donation will help us provide the best treatment and support to the young people who are going through cancer treatment including those in Southampton.”


To order and donate, visit, collect in store at 54 Mercator Close, Romsey Road, Southampton, SO16 4HQ, order via the Domino’s app, or call the store on 02380787766. Terms apply. See in-store for details.




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About Domino’s Pizza Group

Domino's Pizza Group plc is the UK's leading pizza brand and a major player in the Irish market. We hold the master franchise agreement to own, operate and franchise Domino's stores in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. As of 31 December 2019, we had 1,184 stores, including 1,130 stores in the UK and 54 in the Republic of Ireland. In 2019 Domino’s sold more than 105.5 million pizzas in the UK and Ireland (that’s 3.3 every second).


About Teenage Cancer Trust 

Cancer isn’t stopping for coronavirus and neither is Teenage Cancer Trust. The charity has launched an urgent fundraising appeal to raise £6 million to maintain its frontline services. Donate today:  


Every day, seven young people in the UK aged 13 to 24 hear the words "you have cancer". Teenage Cancer Trust puts young people in the best possible place, physically, mentally and emotionally, for their cancer treatment and beyond. We do it through our expert nurses, support teams, and hospital units. And we're the only UK charity dedicated to providing this specialised nursing care and support.  


Teenage Cancer Trust is a registered charity: 1062559 (England & Wales), SC039757