This article was published on July 8, 2013 and information contained within may now be out of date.
The Spilsby Show is now less than a week away! The Show, which organisers state is likely to have a record breaking number of trade stands in attendance, is set to take place on Sunday 14 July at the Spilsby Playing Fields on Ancaster Avenue. The Show is traditionally very well attended by locals as well as those from elsewhere in the county and beyond.
As well as the record number of trade stands there will also be one of the Show’s biggest number of Farmers Market stalls, a flyover from the historic Battle Of Britain Lancaster Bomber – 75 years on from the Dambusters – and much more for the family to enjoy. The weather forecast promises a great day for it after last years’ cancellation due to the rain.
The Show will be officially opened by BBC Radio Lincolnshire’s Rod Whiting at 12 pm, but gates open at 10am with admission priced at £3 for adules and £2 for children and concessions. It promoses to be a great day out for all the family.
For more information on the Show check out our Spilsby Show page.