LIDL’S LARGEST STORE IN NOTHERN IRELAND
Former Ulster and Lions rugby player, Stephen Ferris, pictured at the newly reopened store with Store Manager Ross Madden
Pictured at the opening of LidlÕs largest store in Northern Ireland, Connswater are former Ulster and Lions rugby player Stephen Ferris.
Thursday, 6th July 2017 – Lidl in Connswater was reopened today which saw the creation of 17 new jobs in the locality. The new look store which has moved to a different location in Connswater Shopping Centre & Retail Park took a total of 4 months to complete and is now the largest Lidl store in Northern Ireland.
Speaking at the Lidl Connswater reopening, Ross Madden, Store Manager said; “We are delighted to reopen our store in Connswater after 4 months of construction. This store boasts a new architectural design and spacious store layout, meaning that we can offer our customers a greater shopping experience with the same great value. We’d like to extend our thanks to our loyal customers, local councillors and Connswater Shopping Centre & Retail Park for their support over the last few months. The whole team looks forward to welcoming back our existing customers and getting to know our new customers over the coming weeks.”
Lidl is committed to working with over 50 suppliers in Northern Ireland to bring the best of fresh, local produce to its network of 38 stores throughout the province. For further information on Lidl, its products, opening hours and any career opportunities please visit www.lidl-ni.co.uk.