Lidl is set to reopen its doors in Micthelstown after a €7.6million investment, which includes a brand new bakery area.
The new-look store has increased its size to 1,420 metres, and boasts higher ceilings and wider aisles. The renovation has also allowed the major Germany supermarket to add four employees to the team, bringing the total number of people employed by Lidl in Mitchelstown to 21.
To mark the new store opening, the team at Lidl Mitchelstown have chosen donated €1,000 in Lidl vouchers to Cope foundation that will be presented at the reopening, which will take place on Thursday, December 2nd.
Commenting on the opening of Lidl Mitchelstown Store Manager, Joseph Moynihan said: “We are beyond delighted to finally be able to re-open the doors of our Mitchelstown store and welcome customers to experience the new features and the same great value.
“The team have worked exceptionally hard to have the store ready and as its a few weeks away from Christmas, it is certainly set to be a busy period. We look forward to welcoming shoppers to the new state of the art store next week on Thursday the 2nd December.”
The modernisation has also seen the store add PV solar panels, as well as improved carpark facilities with enhanced car park lighting and additional disabled; parent & child parking spaces.