Lidl Ireland has opened a new store in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, creating 25 new jobs.
Tipperary LGFA player and Lidl brand ambassador Aishling Moloney joined the team at Lidl Clonmel, located on Queen Street, to officially open the new store.
According to the discounter, the new store has a spacious layout, featuring high ceilings and wide aisles.
The store will also provide increased natural light for customers and employees, with glass-fronted glazing, LED lighting, and an energy-efficient system, provided by 100% green energy.
The store grounds will provide ample customer car parking, with EV charger points.
A new addition to the store will see Lidl Clonmel introduce electric bike- and scooter-charging facilities for customers and the community, the discounter noted.
Behind The Scenes
Commenting on the new store on Queen Street, David Holba, store manager, Lidl Clonmel, said, “We are really excited to open our new store in Clonmel. Our team have been working really hard behind the scenes to get the store up and running, so customers can shop our great range of quality and affordably priced products.
“We’re delighted to welcome customers through our doors to experience the brand-new store, including larger aisles, higher ceilings, and a bakery area with freshly baked breads and pastries – one of Lidl’s most popular features.”
To mark the opening of the brand-new store, the team at Lidl Clonmel donated €500 in Lidl vouchers to local charities C-SAW and Cancer Care.
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