04:18AM, Thursday 19 June 2014
German budget supermarket Lidl has opened up in Stafferton Way, Maidenhead.
The store was launched by the Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead, Richard Kellaway, at 7.45 this morning
The supermarket, which is employing 30 staff in maidenhead, is part of a £4.5m development of the former Target Ford site, alongside storage firm Lok'n'Store.
Lidl spokesperson Georgina O’Donnell says, “People are drawn to Lidl for its premium quality products at low prices but are encouraged to return when they realise they can do their entire weekly shop for a great deal less money than at other supermarkets.
"We’re particularly excited about the new store in Maidenhead, and being able to serve the local residents with our fresh, quality produce delivered to stores every day."
Lidl is open from 8am to 9pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sundays.
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