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PARENTS looking to stock up on baby items might want to head down to Lidl this week as it's launching a massive baby event.

You can't buy the items online but Lidl has teased some of the products we can expect and it includes everything from toys and clothes to prams and high chairs.

Plus, there are plenty of big baby brands too, such as Fisher-Price, My Babiie, Tommee Tippee and more.

But as this is a middle aisle promotion it means once the items have gone that's it - so you might want to go quick if you've got your eye on something.

This collapsing Babiie stroller has been exclusively designed for Lidl by TOWIE star and mum Billie Faiers, so you won't find it anywhere else.

Lidl says it's suitable for kids between 0 and 36 months, plus it comes with a one-year warranty in case anything goes wrong.

A similar Billie Faiers stroller costs £149.99 at Asda (delivery from £2.95) and £159.98 directly on MyBabiie.com (shipping is free), albeit in a grey chevron pattern compared to Lidl's blue version.

This portable high chair can be adjusted to three different positions and heights to adapt for different tables.

But Lidl isn't the only retailer offering the chair at this price as you can also snap it up from John Lewis and Boots for £19.99 and £20 respectively.

John Lewis charges £3.50 delivery or £2.50 click and collect, while Boots charges £3.50 or it's free to click and collect this item in store.

Lidl's price is a good deal as a similar Kinderkraft cot on Amazon costs £89.95 (plus free delivery) and we couldn't find it cheaper elsewhere online.

This practical nine-piece kit is perfect as a gift for first-time parents or for travelling with your baby.

It includes a digital oral thermometer, a toothbrush, a brush and comb, scissors, nail clippers, two emery boards and an aspirator (a suction device).

John Lewis and Amazon are also charging £10 for the same sets - it's free delivery on Amazon but John Lewis charges £3.50 delivery or £2.50 click and collect.

These fabric books, which are machine-washable, feature pictures with an activity or texture to explore.

But similar Galt soft books cost £5.99 directly from the manufacturer, plus £3.95 delivery for orders under £30 (it's free above this).

Another recent Lidl bargain includes its £50 cordless vacuum that looks like a Dyson but is £150 cheaper.

And for those who prefer to shop form the comfort of their own home, Lidl has revealed plans "to launch an online delivery service".

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