The region's newest chain pizza store has officially opened with a number of launch week offers. 

Domino's cut the ribbon on its Mere Street, Diss branch this week, celebrating the launch with 200 free pizzas and cookies for early bird customers. 

The new store is open seven days a week from 11am to 11pm and has created 25 jobs including pizza chefs, in-store team members and delivery drivers.

Eastern Daily Press: The chain launched the store with a number of offers for early customersThe chain launched the store with a number of offers for early customers (Image: Domino's)

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Ricky Kandola, a Domino's operations director, said: "We are delighted to launch our new store in Diss and looking forward to settling in and building strong lasting relationships with the local community."

For the launch, members of the public were invited to meet the team and try the pizza. The chain will also be giving a free cookie to all customers collecting their orders throughout the opening week.

The store, which has seen new signage installed and repainted, was formerly a Pride Animal Rescue shop and is a 19th-century grade-II listed building.