Tuesday, 30 September 2014


Image Credit: Flickr, Department for Communities and Local Government
The Lincolnshire Co-op and local food producers have come together to host a "Bangers and Mash" evening on Wednesday 1st October to celebrate Lincolnshire Day.

The event at Louth Town Hall will include a drink on arrival, a two course meal made from local produce and live entertainment from a variety of local musicians including, Elliot Morris, Henry David, Jay Tyrer and Pheasants and Their Enemies.

Lincolnshire Co-op's Member Engagement Manager Richard Whittaker said: "Lincolnshire Day is a chance to champion all that's great about our county, and what better way to celebrate than with yellowbelly food and drink and a host of entertainment from local musicians. We look forward to seeing people there." [Quote taken from the Louth Leader website]

Tickets are £8 per person, (£6 for Lincolnshire Co-op dividend card holders) and £4 for under 16's accompanied by an adult.

For more information and to book tickets, visit www.lincolnshire.coop/tickets or call 01522 544 632

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