Pizza delivery firm Domino's has opened two new stores in a week, creating up to 60 jobs, and has another planned to open in Birmingham later this month.

The company has opened stores in Brackley and Gloucester, each of which is expected to create 25-30 jobs. The third store on Constitution Hill in Birmingham is due to open towards the end of the month.

Muj Yasin, franchisee for the new store, said: "We are looking forward to opening another store in Birmingham and to employing people who live in the community that we'll be serving.

"First and foremost, we'll be looking for people who can deliver great customer service and demonstrate strong teamwork skills, as well as boundless enthusiasm."

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By Neil Gerrard

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