A popular ice cream business near Lincoln has scooped up calls for a splash park after a petition to open one in the city was backed by nearly 2,500 people.
Daisy Made Farm is based just off the A46 in Skellingthorpe and started out by selling homemade ice-cream, but it has been moo-ving up in business ever since.
Now, co-owner Debbie Scarborough has revealed that they have been in talks with North Kesteven District Council to open a splash park.
It comes after local mum Kirsty Bartholomew started a petition and said that Lincoln was lacking in outdoor activities for children.
The City of Lincoln Council said in response that it did not have funds available to open a splash park but would be open to businesses who would be willing to set one up.
Debbie Scarborough, from Daisy Made, saw the news and decided to reach out to The Lincolnite: “We have been looking at opening a splash park for the last couple of years.
“Now that there seems to be so much interest we feel it’s the right time to set one up. We are hoping to get some support from the council and hopefully get the park open.”