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Lincolnshire Events

January
Haxey Hood Game
Pantomime
February
Spring garden opening
March
Annual Art Exhibition & Sale
Discover Lincolnshire Weekend
Laceby Country Music Weekend
Shire Horse Society National Show
Spring garden opening
World Music Festival
April
Batemans Beer Festival
Lincoln 10K Run
May Day Festival
Spring garden opening
May
Brigg Fiddle Festival
Lincoln Book Festival
Lincoln Cycle Grand Prix
Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival
May Day Festival
Medieval Weekend
Rat Race Dirty Weekend
Spalding Flower Parade
Spring garden opening
Stamford Artisans Guild Craft Fair
West Lindsey Churches Festival
June
Brocklesby Country Fair
Castle Bytham Midsummer Fair
Ecofest
Lincolnshire Lincoln Folk Festivals
Mareham-Le-Fen Open Gardens Day
Northern Food & Drink Festival
Swaton VIntage Day and World Egg Throwing Championships
The Lincolnshire Show
Vintage Vehicle Rally
July
Arts Forum Festival
Bailgate Busking Festival
Caistor & District Flower Club Annual Show
Dog Show
Heckington Show
Lincolnshire Pride Festival
Waddington International Air Show
Waterfront Festival
August
Bardney Gala & Dog Show
Brigg L.I.V.E.S. Car Fund Raft Race Gala Weekend
British Superbikes at Cadwell Park
Burghley Film Festival
Lincoln and Lincolnshire Chamber Music Festival
Skegness Carnival Week
Spalding Rock & Blues Festival
Steam and Vintage Rally
September
Belchford Downhill Challenge
Burghley Horse Trials
Bytham Music Festival
Heritage Open Days
Lincolnshire Carnival
Marston Pumpkin Club Annual Show
One of A Kind
Sleaford Historic Car and Motorcycle Show with Craft Fair
Stamford Artisans Guild Craft Fair
October
Arts and Crafts for Autumn
Belchford Pumpkin Festival
Gainsborough Folk Festival
One of a Kind
November
Bonfire & Fireworks Display
Christmas Craft Fair
Christmas Food & Drink Fair
Christmas in the Dolls House
One of a Kind
Tastes of Lincolnshire Christmas Food and Drink Fair
The Big Renuion's Once Upon A Time (Ch 2)
The Big Reunion's Once Upon A Time (Ch 1)
December
Christmas Artists Market
Christmas Market
Lincoln Christmas Market
New Years Family Disco
Stamford Artisans Guild Craft Fair
Stamford Christmas Festival
White Christmas Weekend

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117 Places to Visit in Lincolnshire | Directory

Situated in the East Midlands, Lincolnshire is an unspoilt county with plenty of opportunities for great day trips. Steeped in lore and legend,the area has attractions that are ancient and industrial, small and grand. Notable places to visit include Lincoln, Spalding, Stamford and the Wolds, home of Lord Tennyson

Alford | Barton Upon Humber | Barton-upon-Humber | Boston | Bourne | Brigg | Cleethorpes | Epworth | Gainsborough | Grantham | Grimsby | Horncastle | Immingham | Kirton in Lindsey | Lincoln | Louth | Mablethorpe | Market Rasen | Peterborough | Sandtoft | Scunthorpe | Skegness | Sleaford | Spalding | Spilsby | Stamford | Sutton-on-Sea | Ulceby | Woodhall Spa

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Birthplace of: John Wesley, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Isaac Newton, Tony Jacklin, Joan Plowright, Sir Malcolm Sargent, Jennifer Saunders, Captain John Smith, Margaret Thatcher, Dame Sybil Thorndike, Charles Wesley, George Boole, William Cecil, Colin Dexter, Matthew Flinders, John Franklin, Barnabe Googe, John Haigh, Nicholas Parsons, Sheridan Smith, Bernie Taupin, Benjamin Huntsman, Elizabeth Jennings, Madge Kendal, Halford MacKinder, Neville Marriner, Alfred Piccaver, Frank Pick, Charlotte Schreiber, Henry IV, Hardicanute, Robert Webb, Jim Broadbent,

Alford

Barton Upon Humber

Barton-upon-Humber

Boston

Bourne

Brigg

Cleethorpes

Epworth

Gainsborough

Grantham

Grimsby

Horncastle

Immingham

Kirton in Lindsey

Lincoln

Louth

Mablethorpe

Market Rasen

Peterborough

Sandtoft

Scunthorpe

Skegness

Sleaford

Spalding

Spilsby

Stamford

Sutton-on-Sea

Ulceby

Woodhall Spa

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