What to expect from the first virtual Lincolnshire Show on Wednesday

The annual Lincolnshire Show takes place on Wednesday, and it’ll be like no other show before.

There were fears that the show would be cancelled as a result of coronavirus, but the decision was made to have it go ahead virtually instead.

The 136th Lincolnshire Show will replicate the usual format and broadcast live from Lincolnshire Showground between 11am and 7pm on Wednesday, June 24.

Viewers will be able to explore six different zones on the livestream, including the Lincolnshire Kitchen and Food Court, Agriculture Zone and the Countryside and Heritage Area.

There will be music acts, cook offs and demonstrations from local chefs, as well as a look back at the RAF Falcons Parachute team’s descent on the showground.

Auctions will also take place to raise funds for a variety of charities across the county, including St Barnabas Hospice and Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance.

Visitors can register for free tickets and watch the show on the website here.

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