Thousands of visitors will be heading to West Lindsey this month as the great Lincolnshire Show returns.
This year’s theme for the spectacular annual event is to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, to mark her remarkable 70 year reign.
Chairman of the Lincolnshire Panel, Councillor Angela Lawrence is thrilled that the Lincolnshire Show is back, after it had to go online last year, due to COVID-19. She said:
“I’m delighted to see the return of the fabulous Lincolnshire Show. The event always has such a great atmosphere regardless of the weather and families and friends really do enjoy themselves. It is also a great chance for visitors to learn more about the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society and for local businesses to showcase themselves.
“I’m delighted that the Council will be attending as we have organised lots of exciting activities for people to join in. They include: an arts and crafts area for children to decorate their own Crown, cycling activity for the chance to win some amazing prizes, traditional garden games and much more. We look forward to seeing you there.”
West Lindsey is home of the Lincolnshire Show and it is no surprise that local business throughout the district have come together to donate a range of exciting prizes that will be up for grabs for visitors.
- a family ticket to Trinity Arts Centre’s Panto, Jack and the Beanstalk
- a family ticket to Rand Farm Park
- a family ticket to Hall Farm Park
- a month’s Gym membership to both West Lindsey leisure Centre and Market Rasen Leisure Centre
- £20 vouchers for Wild Pines
- a family entry pass for Playworld
- a family ticket to go ‘behind the garden wall’ and to the Maize Maze at Uncle Henry’s
- tickets to Market Rasen Racecourse’s Family Extravaganza Race Day
- sweet hampers from Sweetie Perfection
- plus more!
Our marquee will be decorated to celebrate both the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, as well as the release of tickets to this year’s pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk, which will be showing at the Trinity Arts Centre, Gainsborough.
Visitors will also have the option to get involved with the Queen’s Green Canopy campaign by "Planting a bean for the Queen" for just a £1 suggested donation which will be shared between the Chairman’s Charities’ EDAN Lincs and the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.
Guests will be encouraged to visit other West Lindsey business’ stands as part of our Think Local campaign. To make it worth their while, we will be running an exciting treasure trail where once completed, candidates will be able to choose a prize from our purple-lidded bin.
The Lincolnshire Show is organised by the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society, a registered charity whose aims are to educate about food, farming and the countryside.
All profits from their events support their educational work, which engages with over 13,000 local children each year.
So why not come and say "Hi" to us and take part in our exciting activities. Find us as Stand 10/11, 10/12, Row B.