Lidl’s new garden range includes an inflatable kayak, adventure paddling pool and water slide

LIDL is launching its latest range of summer items this week, including a kids water slide and an inflatable kayak which costs less than £40.

The supermarket will have the range in shops from Thursday, July 23.

Lidl's range is in shops from this Thursday


Lidl’s range is in shops from this Thursday

Lidl doesn’t have an online operation, meaning you will have to visit your local store to get your hands on any of the products.

You can find your nearest Lidl here.

Remember to check the prices of anything that you want before you buy – it might be possible to get similar items cheaper elsewhere.

Here are the best picks in the offer.

This kayak is a bargain compared to others on the market


This kayak is a bargain compared to others on the marketCredit: Lidl

This inflatable kayak has detachable front and rear seats and is made from hard-wearing PVC, making it ideal for any getaways you have planned this summer.

It packs down small enough to fit in the boot of your car and comes with a paddle, waterproof bag, repair kit.

It also has a three-year warranty.

This kayak looks like really good value compared to other similar products on the market.

Decathlon is selling a two-person inflatable kayak – but it costs £249.99.

Choose from two different water slide designs


Choose from two different water slide designsCredit: Lidl

This water slide would be perfect for the garden on a hot sunny day.

With two different designs to choose from – jungle or ocean – this six metre slide simply connects to a standard garden hose.

Once you have got it hooked up to the water supply there are fine jets along the entire surface, plus a landing cushion at the end.

It also comes with two pegs to keep it in the ground and a repair patch.

For £7.99 it is a pretty good deal: this similar slide from Robert Dyas is currently £12.99.

The jungle-themed pool comes with fun games


The jungle-themed pool comes with fun gamesCredit: Lidl

Transform your garden into a fun water park with this giant paddling pool with water sprayer, slide and inflatables.

There are two designs to choose from: the jungle version comes with a ring toss game with four rings, a ball game with six balls, and a gorilla punch bag.

Meanwhile the underwater version has two different ball games with six balls, a jellyfish punch bag and two ring toss games with four rings.

Again, this looks like quite good value for what you get: Argos has a similar adventure pool for £30 but it doesn’t have as many accessories.

This suit will help keep kids safe in the sun


This suit will help keep kids safe in the sunCredit: Lidl

This suit comes in Paw Patrol, emoji or cars designs, and is perfect for keeping kids safe from the sun during water sports and beach activities.

It has 50+ UV protection, meaning their skin will be protected against sun damage.

It comes in a range of sizes, suitable for kids from one to six years.

Lots of shops sell similar sun suits, but this is one of the cheapest we found.

Asda had been stocking this suit which was on sale for £4, but it is currently out of stock.

Pick up a swimsuit for yourself with your shopping


Pick up a swimsuit for yourself with your shoppingCredit: Lidl

Lidl might not be the first place you consider when you’re looking for a new swimming costume, but this one is a bit of a bargain.

There is also a matching beach cover-up, so if you are planning a holiday this year, this could be just what you need.

It is worth checking in the sales elsewhere to see if you can find a bargain.

For example, Matalan currently has lots of swimwear on sale, starting at £7.

Kids will love these light-up trainers


Kids will love these light-up trainersCredit: Lidl

With seven different colour modes and four colour-changing settings, these fun trainers are sure to be a hit with kids.

The light up at the push of a button and come with a USB charging cable, so they won’t run out of battery.

You can buy similar light-up trainers for £16 in Sports Direct – although they are branded with cartoons.

Lidl announced last week that it would open 25 new stores this year, creating 1,000 jobs.

It also recently beat Tesco and Aldi to become Britain’s cheapest supermarket.

It is currently selling Lidl a make your own Slush Puppie set – and it’s only £8.

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