Countryside Lincs returns to the Lincolnshire Showground on Sunday 8 April for it’s 4th year. It’s a fun day for all the family all about food, farming and the countryside. You can met up with farmers and crafters and of course, lot’s of animals.

They have a great tractor rides that will take you around the show grounds, fun meeting the animals, learn how to bake, do some fun crafts and loads more!

Here are some photos from previous years.

 

Photo taken by Steve Smailes Photography. All rights and copyright belongs to Steve Smailes Photography. No unathourised usage allowed.

 

Photos: Steve Smailes Photography @SSmailesPhoto www.stevesmailesphotography.co.uk

 

Photo taken by Steve Smailes Photography. All rights and copyright belongs to Steve Smailes Photography. No unathourised usage allowed.

 

Advanced tickets are on sale now, priced at £7 for adults, £4 for children (5 – 16 years) and under 5’s go free. Family tickets are £18 in advance, which includes entry for two adults and up to two children.

The event is on Sunday 8th April and it is open from 10am-4pm, parking is free.

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I have one family ticket – 2 adults 2 children to giveaway.

To enter the giveaway all you have to do is fill in the gleam widget below. All entries are optional. You can do just one or all, and you can also come back each day to gain extra entries. The more you do, the more chances you have. The giveaway is open to the UK only and will close at 11:59 pm on Tuesday 20th March 2018.

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12 comments on “Win a Family Ticket to Countryside Lincs 2018”

  1. I have never been before bit am looking for a new annual event to take the family too.
    Our last event altogether was to Chester Zoo’s Lanterns in December, it was fantastic

  2. I live in Lincolnshire ! Took my boys to Celebration of Farming the other day and they loved it! So I’d love to take them to Countryside Lincs. They said they would like to be farmers.

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