Lincolnshire Food and Gift Fair will showcase the county’s best produce including food, drink and retro hand-picked designer clothing on 27-28 November.
More than 30 exhibitors will be taking stands at the Lincolnshire Showground, including Anelise Home and Crowstick Interiors, which are both exhibiting at the event for the first time.
The cookery workshops in the Lincolnshire Kitchen are introducing two new hosts this year: Fiona Lucas from Lincolnshire Cookery School and Ruchita Green from Masala Masters. The Santa’s Workshop area will include two new additions, festive imp painting provided by St Barnabas Hospice and cake decorating hosted by Back Garden Bakery.
Other food exhibitors include Tiffin & Co Bakehouse, Fudged Up, and The Oink Company. Artistic and creative gifts and treats can be found at Art Monster Studios, The March Hare and Vivified Ceramics.
Lincolnshire’s Food and Gift Fair’s Toy Appeal will also be returning after 2019. Visitors are asked to bring an unwrapped toy or gift and place it in the provided Santa’s sack. All contributions will be donated to the Bridge Church.
Jayne Southall, CEO at the Lincolnshire Showground, said: “Anelise Home and Crowstick Interiors have all made their mark on the Lincolnshire community, so we’re thrilled they will be joining us this year. They – along with hundreds of other exhibitors – will provide visitors with the biggest celebration of Lincolnshire produce this winter, and the perfect opportunity for some festive shopping too.”