The YPP team was out and about yesterday under beautiful sunny skies at the 2015 Lincolnshire Show.

The Lincolnshire Show is an annual celebration of the county's agriculture, bringing together entertainment, animals, shopping, music, food and much more across 200 acres of the Lincolnshire Showground.

The Show is organised by the The Lincolnshire Agricultural Society, who held their very first show back in 1869. That day the event was run with just 13 stewards, and highlights included poultry, pigeons, seeds and roots! Today organisers operate with a team of 200 staff, with the event typically drawing in 60,000 visitors.

The headline attraction this year is The Kangaroo Kid, a quadbike stuntman from Brisbane, Australia, who will be performing breathtaking - and dangerous - stunts to the crowds on both days. 

The Lincolnshire Sports Zone also offers families the opportunity to get involved with games at the Show and learn new skills, such as wheelchair basketball and human table football!

Our team visited the show to catch up with our clients who were exhibiting there, and to help make sure they were getting the most from the outdoor printed display products that we had supplied.

Feather flags for the Lincolnite at the Lincolnshire Show

Feather flags and flux furniture at the entrance to the Lincolnite & Lincolnshire Business stand.

Banner promoting RV sales

Pop-out banner promoting a new RV sales company.

Average Joe flags on the Mower Magic stand at Lincs Show

Average Joe flags helping show off a little 'Mower Magic' at the show

"Walking around the Showground yesterday, I was particularly proud of our team's efforts" said Managing Director Stuart Maclaren. "Our various flags, banners and gazebos looked great in the sunshine and were doing an excellent job of drawing attention to our clients stands.

"Events like this provide an excellent learning opportunity for us too, as we can assess how our products are performing in a busy outdoor commercial environment. We had some terrific feedback from our clients, and look forward to working with them as they start planning next year's stands!"

 

25/06/2015 17:06