IN PICTURES: Sneak peek inside Chorley's new Lidl superstore on the former Pines Hotel site

Chorley's new Lidl opened its doors on Thursday morning (May 23) after more than five months of construction work.

Thursday, 23rd May 2019, 12:31 pm
Mayor of Chorley, Coun Hasina Khan, with children from local primary schools and store staff officially opens the new store.
Mayor of Chorley, Coun Hasina Khan, with children from local primary schools and store staff officially opens the new store.

The supermarket has been built on the site of the former Pines Hotel off Preston Road in Clayton-le-Woods, with 40 jobs created for the region.

The bakery counter
Prices that promise to 'knock your socks off'

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British town crier Peter Taunton
Mayor of Chorley, Coun Hasina Khan, right, presents prizes to local primary school pupils for their winning poster designs.
Joy Matchett with daughter Ruby, six
Posters designed by local primary school pupils to celebrate the opening of new Lidl supermarket.
Check out tills
Westwood Primary School pupil Peter Wheale, five, with his winning design.
Store manager Jason Collins.
Flower power
Store manager Jason Collins.
Have a banana...
Customer assistant Tyler Garvey on the tills.
A warm welcome
British town crier Peter Taunton.
Tasty pastries on offer