The Lincolnshire Show 2016

22nd and 23rd June 2016

Experience a true celebration of rural Lincolnshire with an eclectic mix of breathtaking entertainment, food, shopping, music, horticulture and farm life - creating the perfect family day.

Now in its 132nd year and organised by the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society, the 2016 Lincolnshire Show promises another action packed line-up with something for everyone to enjoy.

You’ll be spoilt for choice with a variety of exciting acts, classes and breath-taking performances throughout both days in the Main Ring & Countryside Ring. Over in the Show Gardens & Floral Art section you can browse and admire the beautiful blooms on display, and take the time to explore our facinating new Aviation Zone. Then it’s time to shop at some of the 600 trade stands which will be selling everything from handbags to hot tubs, mowers to muck spreaders and combines to candles – plus much more!

Visitors can rest their legs and jump aboard the land train to visit the cows, sheep, pigs and an array of new and traditional farm machinery.

The Food Court will be brimming with Lincolnshire produce from hog roasts and sausages to jams, pickles and cakes. And newly updated for 2016, The Lincolnshire Kitchen plays host to some of the finest food producers and chefs from across the county who will demonstrate live their delicious recipes using local produce.

For our younger audience, The Show is packed full of educational stands on food, farming and animals, not least in the Schools Challenge Area.

Whatever you plan to do, we wish you a wonderful day!

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Meet Ernie Dickinson - who has been visiting the Show for 70 years!

When the Lincolnshire Show opens its gates next week (22/23 June) for the 132nd time, one of the many thousands of visitors will include Ernie Dickinson who is believed to be the annual attraction’s most regular visitor – notching up 70 shows in his lifetime.

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