Lidl has become one of the nation’s favourite supermarket where shoppers can get their household staples for free.
The budget supermarket has announced it is looking to opening hundreds of new stores across the UK.
Here in Hertfordshire they have listed 31 sites where they want to open shiny new stores.
Lidl is known for their mouthwatering bakery section and of course the ‘middle isle at Lidl’ which stocks many household items for a bargain, and has become even more popular after upping its game in recent months with dupes and replicas of many items.
Currently, 250 contracts have been exchanged and 150 new stores opened in the last three years, and many more locations across England have caught the eye of the German retailer chain.
We have listed below all the 31 sites Lidl want to open brand new stores in.
Bishop’s Stortford – East
Bishop’s Stortford – North
Bishop’s Stortford – South
Hatfield – North
Hatfield – South
Hemel Hempstead – East
Hemel Hempstead – North
Hemel Hempstead – South
Hemel Hempstead – West
St Albans – East
St Albans – North
St Albans – West
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Stevenage – East
Stevenage – North
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