Residents' fury as dozens of travellers set up camp in car park of brand new Lidl store and 'trash shopping trolleys'

DOZENS of travellers have set up camp in the car park of a new Lidl store, with residents claiming they appeared "in the middle of the night".

The shop in Hull, East Yorkshire, is one of the supermarket's "Stores of the Future" and opened in November last year.


Residents have hit out at the travellers standing between them and a bargain as well as claiming children have "started to trash the shopping trolleys".

One resident posted on Facebook: "Can't believe a load of travellers have set up camp on the new Lidl car park on Mount Pleasant, kids had already started to trash the shopping trolleys."

While another wrote online said: "I was just on my way to work and saw them out of my window.

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"There are loads of them and they weren't there yesterday afternoon so they must have come in the middle of the night. There are caravans, cars and trailers."

The store has created 40 new jobs and boasts state-of-the-art facilities including an in-store bakery and longer-style tills with dual packing facilities.


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