Wisbech branch of Domino’s Pizza to finally get a new window - thanks to MP Steve Barclay

PUBLISHED: 15:45 18 September 2017 | UPDATED: 15:45 18 September 2017

Domino's in Wisbech is to get a new window thanks to local MP, Steve Barclay.

Domino's in Wisbech is to get a new window thanks to local MP, Steve Barclay.


The MP for North East Cambridgeshire has decided enough is enough and has stepped in to help a Wisbech pizza shop replace a broken window.

The window of Domino’s, at 12 Lynn Road, has been boarded up for the majority of the year, but Steve Barclay has flexed his parliamentary power to ensure it gets a replacement after months of frustration.

He took to his website to share the news, saying: “For what feels like many months I have been driving past Domino’s with its boarded-up window and wondering why it hasn’t been fixed.

“I am sure I am not the only one to have been frustrated by this. So I have been in touch with Domino’s to make the point that this needs fixing and work is well overdue.

“I am pleased to say that they have confirmed that it will be sorted in the next six weeks so hopefully you will see an improvement very soon.”

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  • Oh dear Steve, a simple job like replacing a window, you pledged within six weeks - six weeks for a window smashed months ago? - anyway nothing done so far and we are in week 5 and counting. Perhaps big business and the tories have fallen out ?? or perhaps there's no elections in the offing?? Or perhaps more tory bull***t, to keep the semi-comatose Daily Mail readers of Wisbech happy.

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