Domino’s Pizza Delivery Blackwood Opening Hours UK

Posted onNovember 18, 2013

Hungry? Too tired to cook? Take a break from the kitchen and order a delicious pizza from Domino’s Blackwood. We’re open every day until late – perfect for lunch, dinner or a late night snack. You can view the menu and order online now. Whilst you’re there why not sign up for our new text ordering service? Text us your order and we will do the rest!

The small Welsh town of Blackwood sits on the River Sirhowy. A colliery owner by the name of John Hodder Moggridge founded the town. In 1912, a local resident picked up the distress signal from the Titanic. Artie Moore went on to be involved in the invention of the transistor for telecommunications. Blackwood also has famous musical connections, being the hometown of influential rock band, Manic Street Preachers, who are responsible for such classics as “Everything Must Go”, “La Tristesse Durera” and “Kevin Carter”. All members attended the local school and grew up together; Fidel Castro described the band as “louder than war.”

Unit 3 North Court
High Street
NP12 1FG Blackwood
Tel.: 01495 231133 Map button
Opening hours
Monday 11:00 – 23:15
Tuesday 11:00 – 23:15
Wednesday 11:00 – 23:15
Thursday 11:00 – 23:15
Friday 11:00 – 23:45
Saturday 11:00 – 23:45
Sunday 11:00 – 23:15

Domino’s Pizza Delivery Briton Ferry Opening Hours UK

Posted onJuly 4, 2013

Whether you’ve been working up an appetite by wandering through Briton Ferry Woods or if you just fancy a night off cooking, why not order a hot, tasty pizza from Domino’s Briton Ferry in Neath Road? You can view the menu and order online now. Whilst you’re there why not sign up for our new text ordering service? Now it’s even easier to order your favourite Domino’s pizza.

Briton Ferry is a Welsh town and community in the county of Neath Port Talbot. It sits on the mouth of the River Neath, at the entrance to Swansea Bay. Many factories sprung up in the town at the time of the Industrial Revolution including steel works, spelter works (for zinc) and tinplate works, which were built near the river and the new South Wales Railway. In the 1850’s, Briton Ferry Floating Dock Company built docks, which had a unique design by Sir Marc Brunel, father of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and was used to scrap several warships after World War II.

159 Neath Road
SA11 2BX Briton Ferry
Tel.: 01639 822742 Map button
Opening hours
Monday 11:00 – 23:00
Tuesday 11:00 – 23:00
Wednesday 11:00 – 23:00
Thursday 11:00 – 23:00
Friday 11:00 – 00:00
Saturday 11:00 – 00:00
Sunday 11:00 – 23:00