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FAST food giant Domino's is in a 'war and pizza' row in a seaside town
The pizza chain wants to open their latest branch just yards from the historic war memorial.
But furious locals in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, are up in arms over the "disrespectful" takeaway next to their cenotaph.
The illuminated Domino's signs were dubbed "brash and insensitive" as it overlooks the war memorial to the fallen.
Services are held annually at the war memorial to mark Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday.
Councillor Christine Brown said: "I totally disagree with the application and feel really cross about it.
"I hope it never comes but if it does get through then I'd even threaten to resign.
The pizza giant wants to open their latest branch just yards from the historic war memorial in Tenby
"Everybody I've spoken to in town that has stopped me in the street has suggested that if this application goes through then we aren't doing our job properly."
It should be an incredibly firm no from us
The Mayor of Tenby Laurence Blackhall
The plans have been submitted to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
Town councillors fear that customers will litter their takeaway cartons and boxes by disposing of them into the war memorial gardens – drawing in seagulls and pigeons.
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The Mayor of Tenby Laurence Blackhall said: "It should be an incredibly firm no from us.
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A mock-up of what the store could look like next to the cenotaph
"Anybody who has stood by the war memorial on various occasions of remembrance, will know that it is a very important part of Tenby."
Members of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority's planning committee are set to determine the plans over the next few weeks.
Domino's said no one was available to comment.