Opening Times LIDL - Monmouth, Redbrook Road
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Protective face coverings are required for all customers over the age of two without exception (exception should be some personal or medical reasons). It may be limited the number of customers in each stores at one time. Lidl stores use in all stores new signage of social distancing, hospital grade air filtration to support cleaner healthier air and trolley cleaning stations. Lidl also introduced special shopping hours for customers over the age of 65 and those with health conditions that put them at higher risk for complications related to COVID-19. The special shopping hours will be from 7-8 a.m. each Tuesday and Thursday at select Lidl stores.
They’ve increased the contactless payment limit in all of their stores, from £30 to £45.
The busiest time to shop is from 8 a.m. - 11 a.m. and the best time for shopping - the quietest time is from 2 p.m. - closing.
Lidl has confirmed the majority of stores across England and Wales will be open:
All Covid-19 exceptions and measures mentioned apply.
On Spring Bank Holiday 2021 almost of Lidl stores are operating from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. All Covid 19 exceptions mentioned apply.
All stores in Scotland are operating under normal hours. On Easter Sunday in England and Wales are all stores closed. All stores in Wales on Easter Monday open 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. similar stores in England (Outside M25). Stores in England (Inside M25) open as normal.
LIDL is prominently situated on Redbrook Road, 0.43 miles east from the centre of Monmouth (near to Monmouth School Sports Ground and The Grange Monmouth Preparation School). This supermarket is an important addition to the areas of Dixton, Wyesham, Mayhill, Wonastow, Osbaston, Mitchel Troy and Monmouth Town Centre. If you plan to drop by today (Wednesday), its operating times are 8:00 am until 9:00 pm. This page will give you all the information you need about LIDL Monmouth, Redbrook Road, including the hours of opening, store location, contact number and additional details.
LIDL is conveniently found not far from the crossroads of Redbrook Road and Staunton Road, in Monmouth, Gwent.
This supermarket is found within a 1 minute drive from Wyesham Road, Staunton Road and Redbrook Road; a 2 minute drive from A40, Dixton Road or Monk Street; and a 4 minute drive from Rockfield Road and Portal Road.
If you are using GPS please enter the postcode NP25 3LY.
Buses regularly run to Wyesham Road/Mayhill Hotel, Ridge Way and Hillcrest Close. Serviced by lines 35, 69, 35A and W3.
By foot you might come across The Savoy Theatre, The Blake Theatre, Millenium Fields, Chippenham Park, Monmouth School Sports Ground and The Grange Preparation School.
Right now, LIDL has 1 store in Monmouth, Gwent.
Click on the following page for the entire list of all LIDL supermarkets near Monmouth.
LIDL in Monmouth, Redbrook Road may restrict open hours during the UK holiday season. For year 2021 these exceptions consist of Christmas, New Year's Day, Good Friday or Early May Bank Holiday. We recommend that you go to the official homepage or phone the service line at 0800 977 7766 to get more info about LIDL Monmouth, Redbrook Road seasonal hours of business.
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Bought potatoes, apples, oranges and bananas from this store to last just three days during a short stay break at a local holiday camp. We opened the apples to find that they were all rotten in the middle, the oranges were pitted and squashed, even though they were put on the top of our shopping bags, and the day after we purchased the potatoes, we noticed a foul smell coming from them, and found that the whole bag was rotten. Well done Lidl - you need to review your suppliers.