, a 95.73 mile drive south-east from the centre of Newport (near Wakes Retail Park and Isle of Wight College). This supermarket is an added feature to the areas of Staplers, Newport Town Centre, Nodehill, Cross Lane, Newport East and Barton. Today (Wednesday), open hours start at 7:00 am and continue until 10:00 pm. Here you can find the specifics for LIDL Newport, Isle of Wight, including the hours of business, place of business address details, email address and further pertinent information.
Visit LIDL not far from the crossroads of Medina Way and Hunnycross Way, in Newport, Isle of Wight.
Simply a 1 minute drive time from Hunnycross Way, Holyrood Street or Medina Way; a 2 minute drive from Fairlee Road or High Street; and a 4 minute drive from Whitepit Lane or Forest Road. Those using route finder systems can key in the postcode PO30 5GL.
The nearest bus stops are at St James Street/Towngate or Lugley Street. The current list of accessible lines: 1 and 39.
In walking distance, you may come across Earl Mountbatten Hospice, Litten Park, Riverside Centre, Newport Cemetery, Wakes Retail Park, Isle of Wight College and Seaclose Park.
LIDL runs 5 locations within the Newport, Isle of Wight area.
Visit the following page for all LIDL stores near Newport.
Please be advised that daily hours of operation for LIDL in Newport, Isle of Wight may be adapted during legal holidays. In the year 2019 these changes involve Xmas Day, New Year's Day, Easter Sunday or Early May Bank Holiday. For specific information about the seasonal business hours for LIDL Newport, Isle of Wight, go to the official homepage or phone the service line at 0800 977 7766.
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On visiting the IOW for a weekend break called into Lidl to buy a snack. was there for 20 minutes and no idea of the parking arrangements until a £90 fine came in the post. A very disappointed customer and a very expensive visit. I am asking is there some way that the store can confirm my shopping visit to reverse the fine. Shopping like this is not good for public relations for the store or for happy customer experience.
Just been into the store for the first time since the introduction of the parking scanning system. Don't like it! It appears to make no allowance either for just window shopping in the store. I will definitely from now on restrict my visits to the store. Will probably try the new Asda instead.