New Lidl Opening Up on Western Avenue

Exclusive offers promised on first day of trading

Picture: Lidl


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November 30, 2022

Discount supermarket Lidl is set to open its second store in Acton this Thursday (1 December).

The new shop at the base of the Western Circus development on the corner of Western Avenue (A40) and Old Oak Common Lane includes an in-store bakery, customer toilets with baby changing facilities and parking for cars and bicycles.

There will be around 40 people employed by the store with Lidl claiming that new starters are the highest paid of any UK supermarket group following a recent pay increase.

The opening day will feature some exclusive special offers including a Fan Heater with Remote at £9.99 and a Sanitas Heated Blanket for £14.99.

The store will be open between 7am – 11pm on Monday to Saturday, and 11am – 5pm on Sunday.

Lidl GB’s Regional Head of Property, Mike Devine, said, “It is fantastic that we are able to open our doors and welcome everyone into our new store in East Acton. We have received overwhelming support from local residents, and we would like to thank all those who have played a part in delivering this new store. We now look forward to serving our multi-award winning products to everyone within the local community.”

The retailer intends to continue operating the existing store in the Oaks Shopping Centre of Acton High Street.

The Western Circus development which includes 364 flats and will have a café as well as the new supermarket.

The development on the former B&Q site by Barratt London consists of one and two bedroom apartments aimed at first-time buyers.

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