|Willingham Fayre in the Food Court|
Select Lincolnshire for Food were there of course, along with many Select members in the food court which was bustling with local businesses, showing off the region's best food and drink, according to the Grimsby Telegraph.
Indeed, the food court had a variety of food and drink to choose from, truly showing off what Lincolnshire has, including: Stamford Cupcake Company, Blyton Ice Cream, Modens Plum Bread, Uncle Henry's, Scrubbys, Mountains Boston Sausage, Cote Hill Cheese, A Little Luxury, The Lincoln Tea & Coffee Company, Redhill Farm Free Range Pork, Poacher Cheese, Lymn Bank Farm, Pocklingtons Bakery, Willingham Fayre, Real Tea & Coffee, H.J's British Food, Bowser Brothers, Crepe Lucette, Oak Tree Farm, Bassingthorpe Beef, Fabulously Fruity Wines, Woodlands Organic Farm, Bateman's Brewery, Pipers Crisps and Hog Roast Lincolnshire.
John Brumby, owner of Scrubbys Crisps said: "This is our second year at the show. We came last year and it was very good for PR and the company. It is nice to support a local show and this year the footfall has been very good. The show got very busy. This sort of event is so important to us because it is a showcase to display our brand to the public."
Alex Albone, founder of Pipers Crisps said, "Coming to the Lincolnshire Show is really important to us because it is the home of our business. Lincolnshire is our home and it is great to speak to the people who buy and eat our crisps." [Quotes taken from the Grimsby Telegraph]
For a full article on the success of the event, read it on the Grimsby Telegraph website.