October 1, 2013 2.22 pm This story is over 97 months old

Lincolnshire Day in Lincoln

Yellowbelly pride: October 1 marked the 8th annual Lincolnshire Day, with local residents celebrating heritage, history and food across Lincoln.

October 1 marked the 8th annual Lincolnshire Day and throughout the county residents joined to celebrate local heritage, history and food.

In Lincoln, visitors to the Cathedral Quarter were welcomed by a trail of Lincolnshire flags and food taster sessions at the Tourist Information Centre.

As part of the event, entry to Lincoln Cathedral was free.

Visitors had the unique chance to explore the county’s most iconic attraction and all were welcome to enjoy a lunchtime concert by the London North-East Fellowship Band of the Salvation Army.

At Lincoln City Square, an array of Lincolnshire food stalls offered a taste of the county’s best-loved local produce.

Visitors to City Square were welcome to hop aboard the Lincolnshire Bus and leave a note about why they love Lincolnshire.

Free Tour Lincoln bus tickets were also given away to the first 50 people to arrive.

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