Lincolnshire Show 2024: 12 pictures from the first day at the showground

The largest event on the Lincolnshire calendar is underway. The Lincolnshire Show, held annually at the county’s showground, is in its 139th year and is one of the most successful agricultural shows in the UK.

Around 60,000 people are expected to attend the show this year from Lincolnshire and beyond on Wednesday, June 19 and Thursday, June 20. The show is organised by the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society (LAS) and all profits go towards supporting educational work, which engages more than 15,000 local school children each year.

Visitors can expect a mix of farming, horticulture, live music, children’s activities, local food and drink, and much more. Lord Lieutenant of Lincolnshire Toby Dennis, patron of the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society, was in attendance on the first day.

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He said: “I come every year as I’m very lucky to be the patron of the LAS. I love to come and see all the new stalls and stands, look at all the livestock and see everyone enjoying themselves.

“So far it’s been excellent. I was just at the beekeepers tent and I never realised there were quite so many different tastes of honey. There’s really something for everybody here and it’s excellently organised.”

From local craftspeople to the county’s largest companies, as well as a range of charities and the emergency services, more than 500 exhibitors are at this year’s show. There are also over 2,460 entries to compete in livestock and equine classes.

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