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Your guide to Lincolnshire Day in Lincoln

Celebration day: Here are a list of things to do in Lincoln in order to celebrate Lincolnshire Day.

October 1 marks Lincolnshire day, when events across Lincoln celebrate the occasion.

The Lincolnite has put together this guide for you to pick and choose what to do.

Before you head out this Saturday, make sure you wear something yellow.

What: Local food tasting
Where: Lincoln Visitor Information Centre
When: 10.30am – 2pm

Food tasting by Jennys Jams of Lincoln, meet Jenny and taste a flavour of Lincolnshire by sampling jams, chutneys, and marmalades, along with plum bread from Welbournes Bakery and local honey from Doddington.

What: Farmers’ Market
Where: City Square
When: 9am – 4pm

A wide selection of local produce from Lincolnshire farmers and butchers.

What: Lincolnshire Military Heritage exhibition
Where: Museum of Lincolnshire Life
When: 9am – 4pm | Free Entry

Exhibition on World War I and Lincolnshire`s Military involvement.

What: Free Lincoln Cathedral floor tours
Where: Lincoln Cathedral
When: 9am – 3pm

The Lincoln Cathedral will offer free entry throughout the day (usually £5), as well as roof and floor tours around the historic building (£3).

What: Age UK Lincolnshire Day lunch
Where: Age UK restaurant Lincoln
When: 12pm

A three course lunch, with entertainment, a quiz and a raffle with many prizes including a tour of Radio Lincolnshire and seats in the Executive Box to watch Lincoln City play.

What: Lincoln Folk Club
Where: Unison Club, Beaumont Manor near City Hall
When: 8pm

Local songs and tunes will be performed.

What: Ceilidh night with Liam Robinson
Where: IMPart
When: 8pm to 10:30pm | Tickets £4 (£3 concession)

Enjoy the dancing at a Yellow Bellies Ball.

Photo: Rob Dray