Lidl unveils its improved Dundonald store
Discount grocer Lidl has opened its new store in Dundonald, creating 16 new jobs.
The 1,550 sq m building has brought additional parking, higher ceilings, an enlarged bakery area and a Lidl To Go coffee machine.
Lidl said its new store format was part of a multi-million pound investment to expand its presence in Northern Ireland, where it has 39 stores.
Dundonald store manager Eoin Doherty said that the store would bring "greater choice and a dramatically enhanced shopping experience".
Lidl had previously let the site on Dunlady Road to bargain retailer B&M before deciding to return to it.
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