TWO Domino’s stores in Swindon will be donating today’s proceeds to a cancer charity.

Domino’s Pizza in West Swindon and Old Town opened their doors to pizza fans today to support Teenage Cancer Trust.

The charity provides life-changing care and support to young people diagnosed with cancer. 

Marketing manager for Domino’s Pizza team west Lindsey Jones said: “ We know Christmas can be an especially difficult time of year for many people, so we wanted to help those in need in our local community, while also supporting our official charity partner, Teenage Cancer Trust.

“Anyone who buys pizza this Christmas in the Swindon area will be supporting a fantastic cause, while ensuring those in need don’t go hungry.”

Forty team members across the two stores are working on Christmas Day to ensure it is an extra special Christmas for the local community.

The team will also be delivering 200 pizzas to the Salvation Army.

For further information or to order pizzas call West Swindon, 01793 877 585 or Old Town, 01793 488 400.