Food, farming and the countryside will be celebrated at the fifth annual Countryside Lincs.
Held at the Lincolnshire Showground on Sunday, April 14th, the interactive family day out will have eight zones for children to explore including meeting large and small farmyard animals, learning how to make jam, willow weaving and creative activities.
“Children can enjoy a ride around our mini-tractor obstacle course and there is an exciting line-up planned in our Countryside ring – including entertaining ferret racing and an impressive falconry display!” says the Showground’s Gemma King.
“New for this year, we’ll be joined by local chefs who will be putting on children’s cookery demonstrations throughout the day. Plus, the farmer’s market is a perfect opportunity for the grown-ups to get their hands on a selection of favourite local treats.
“You’re welcome to bring along a picnic for your day out at Countryside Lincs, but we also have plenty of hot and cold food on offer for our visitors, from locally produced burgers and sausages to warm cheese toasties, Belgian waffles and delicious milkshakes to traditional dairy ice cream. Our indoor café will also be serving a selection of drinks and snacks all day long.
“With dozens of activities to get involved in across our indoor and outdoor zones, we promise a fun-filled day out for all of the family, whatever the weather. Don’t forget to take a ride around the Showground on our popular tractor and trailer and get involved with our Easter egg hunt!”
Countryside Lincs is open from 10am to 4pm. Advanced tickets are £18 for a family of four, £7 per adult, £4 per child (aged 5 – 16) and under 5’s go free. Book your advanced tickets before Sunday 31st March for your chance of winning a free family ticket to the 2019 Lincolnshire Show.
For more information visit www.lincolnshireshowground.co.uk