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Shoppers get set to bag a free Christmas shop in Lidl’s annual festive fundraiser for NSPCC 

Lidl Northern Ireland is giving local shoppers the chance to win their Christmas shopping for free as its annual festive fundraiser, Lidl Trolley Dash, returns to reward more shoppers this Christmas and raise vital funds for its charity partner, NSPCC Northern Ireland.

Last year, shoppers across Northern Ireland raised an amazing £103, 975 for NSPCC and, with the support of its customers, the retailer is hoping to beat this fundraising target this Christmas.

Lidl Trolley Dash gives customers the chance to take part in their very own supermarket sweep to win their Christmas shop. For just £1, shoppers can purchase Trolley Dash tickets in all 38 Lidl stores across Northern Ireland until Sunday 1st December.

One winner from each store will be selected from a draw to go wild in the aisles and bag their Christmas shop entirely free of charge on Saturday 14th December. The 38 lucky contestants chosen for the dash will have two minutes to stock up on as many Christmas goodies as possible and enjoy a Lidl Christmas this year.

Deirdre Ryan, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at Lidl Ireland said:

“Shoppers always enjoy saving on their grocery bills at Lidl but, with the Lidl Trolley Dash, lucky winners can fill their trolley completely free of charge and enjoy Christmas on us. The Trolley Dash initiative is a fantastic way for us to reward our customers whilst raising money for our charity partner, NSPCC. Every penny raised from ticket sales goes directly to charity to support the important work carried out by NSPCC across Northern Ireland.

So, if you’ve ever dreamed of going ‘wild in the aisles’ or think you’re a savvy shopper, this is the perfect opportunity to stock up for Christmas and have a ‘dashing’ good time, all for a worthy cause. We really want everyone to get involved and help us smash last year’s target to enable NSPCC to continue its vital services for children, young people and families across Northern Ireland.”

For more information about how to get involved and for competition terms and conditions, please visit www.lidl.co.uk.

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