Lidl store to open next week in Pickering

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First published in News

LIDL is opening a new store in Pickering next week, creating 16 full and part-time jobs.

The store, in Vivis Lane, will open on Thursday, January 16, at 8am.

Spokeswoman Clare Norman said: “We’re particularly excited about the new store in Pickering, and being able to serve the local residents with our fresh, quality produce delivered to stores every day.

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5:34pm Wed 8 Jan 14

Roger S says...

It's an eyesore and the planners have failed on this. Co-op is nearby and is far more in keeping with the area with small signs on a stone facade. Lidl's lollipop signs stands out like a massive german beacon in rural north yorkshire. Maybe the next war weekend it can get bombed and start again.
It's an eyesore and the planners have failed on this. Co-op is nearby and is far more in keeping with the area with small signs on a stone facade. Lidl's lollipop signs stands out like a massive german beacon in rural north yorkshire. Maybe the next war weekend it can get bombed and start again. Roger S
  • Score: -10

6:10pm Wed 8 Jan 14

twotonethomas says...

Would that be the local planners who turned it down or the government planning inspector who passed it?

FWIW I think it's a decent looking building for a supermarket with natural stone, old looking bricks and a slate roof.
Would that be the local planners who turned it down or the government planning inspector who passed it? FWIW I think it's a decent looking building for a supermarket with natural stone, old looking bricks and a slate roof. twotonethomas
  • Score: 12

12:50pm Thu 9 Jan 14

granny sue says...

Roger S wrote:
It's an eyesore and the planners have failed on this. Co-op is nearby and is far more in keeping with the area with small signs on a stone facade. Lidl's lollipop signs stands out like a massive german beacon in rural north yorkshire. Maybe the next war weekend it can get bombed and start again.
All people are wanting is a way of reducing their food costs. If a german firm can do that cheaper than an English company then it surely suggests that our big supermarkets need to up their game. Todays news tells how the big supermarkets have not realised the profits they were hoping for only goes to show that people are thinking about what they spend and could help to making large companies reduce prices, they have had it too good for too long. Besides making stupid bombing threats against something that a lot of people want to see happen just sling your hook and don't go.
[quote][p][bold]Roger S[/bold] wrote: It's an eyesore and the planners have failed on this. Co-op is nearby and is far more in keeping with the area with small signs on a stone facade. Lidl's lollipop signs stands out like a massive german beacon in rural north yorkshire. Maybe the next war weekend it can get bombed and start again.[/p][/quote]All people are wanting is a way of reducing their food costs. If a german firm can do that cheaper than an English company then it surely suggests that our big supermarkets need to up their game. Todays news tells how the big supermarkets have not realised the profits they were hoping for only goes to show that people are thinking about what they spend and could help to making large companies reduce prices, they have had it too good for too long. Besides making stupid bombing threats against something that a lot of people want to see happen just sling your hook and don't go. granny sue
  • Score: 10

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