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Lidl opens new concept store in Lurgan

Pictured at the new Lidl concept store in Lurgan are Paul Stuart, Lidl area manager; Rory Best; Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon lord mayor Gareth Wilson; and Nicola Fullen, Lidl Lurgan store manager. Photo: Philip Magowan/PressEye

RUGBY star Rory Best officially opened Lidl's new concept Lurgan store in Pinehurst retail park.

The store, which was relocated from a previous site on Castle Street, has led to the the creation of 10 additional jobs, bringing the total number employed there to 30.

The new store boasts a new architectural design and spacious interior layout, meaning Lidl can offer customers a greater shopping experience with the same great value.

Lidl first opened its store in Lurgan in December 1999, its fifth in Northern Ireland at the time.

Since then the retailer - which works with more than 50 suppliers in the north - has expanded significantly with a total of 38 stores and now employs over 900 people in Northern Ireland.

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