That’s half a mile away from another Lidl store. So the golden sun of the Lidl logo continues to rise steadily. Certainly,this budget supermarket is highly appreciated by consumers. Its wide range of high quality groceries at affordable prices is something the buying public seems to love. Combine that with an abundance of fresh food products, a relaxed atmosphere, the soothing voices of the announcers and the great wine selection. Honestly, what’s not to like?
It’s certain the folks around Longwell Green will enjoy this new Lidl store. They’ve been flocking to the one that’s half a mile away. What’s so special about the Lidl store? Isn’t it just another continental budget supermarket? No, not quite. A trip to the store is a chore. A trip to a Lidl store is a something else. The truth is, you can pop into a Lidl for a loaf of bread and a packet of milk and come out with a full outfit and the shoes and handbag to match. They sell pyjamas, trackies and lots of pretty things like fluffy socks and ladies tops. They stock designer ranges from time to time. They feature a designer range by model Heidi Klum. They don’t stock everything all at once. But once you see new stock coming in to your local Lidl, it’s a good idea to get down there and see if there’s anything nice that you would buy. Because when they’re gone, they’re gone. I’m sure we all have friends who have picked up gorgeous shoes and handbags and other valuable bargains there. Look out, Longwell Green!
What started as a humble grocery store, in 1930’s is now an international chain. 1984 saw the first UK outlet open. UK shoppers enjoy the leisurely, unhurried shopping atmosphere. The unique choice of brands, the value for money and the various items on sale turns grocery shopping from a chore to a fun experience.
With around 700 Lidl stores in the UK and plans for another 90, as per reports, the golden sun continues to rise.
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