This week's top picks from the Middle of Lidl

Lidl has a number of offers in the middle aisle every week – called the Middle of Lidl.

From BBQs to fitness gear, and scuba-diving equipment to weighted blankets – there are always some great deals to be found.

But what does the legendary middle aisle have in store of Lidl shoppers this week?

Here are our top picks.

What’s in the Middle of Lidl this week?

This week, Lidl shoppers can get ready to make the most of the sun (when it makes its appearance that is).

From camping gear to garden toys for the little ones, here’s what to look out for.

Crivit 30L Electric Cool Box

Both Aldi and Lidl are selling an electric coolbox this week, and we imagine they’ll fly off the shelves.

This Crivit option comes in at £49.99 and can be powered using a 230V socket or a 12V cigarette lighter socket, keeping contents up to 20C below ambient temperatures.

Available in Lidl stores from today.

Silvercrest Walkie Talkies

Walkie-talkies may seem like a jokey purchase, but while they can definitely keep kids busy they’re also useful for camping trips.

With a high range of up to 10km and up to 25 hours’ run time per charge, these Silvercrest radios could be a lifesaver if you get lost while out for an adventure.

Available for £34.99 for a set of two in Lidl stores now.

Florabest Kids’ Garden Swing Seat

Brighten up the garden for your little ones with this garden swing seat, priced at £44.99 at Lidl now.

Like a miniature version of the adult garden swings that have grown in popularity over the years, it also has a sun shade for respite on warm days.

Available in Lidl stores from Sunday May 15.

Ecoiffier 7-in-1 Garden Games Set

With a Bank Holiday weekend and the summer break coming up, you’ll want plenty in your arsenal to keep your kids occupied.

This set costs £14.99 and comprises seven different games; bowling, croquet, play fishing, ball and cup, golf, 4-ring cross toss, and throwing disc.

Available in Lidl stores from Sunday May 15.

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