What makes the Lincolnshire Show a key event for businesses?

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With the Lincolnshire Show in its 133rd year, Lincolnshire Business spoke to exhibitors to find out what makes it a key event in the calendar and how it is different from any other show in the country.

The event, running from June 21 to 22, features 600 exhibitors including a range of businesses from those in the agricultural sector to the food industry and luxury living.

Find out why these businesses keep coming back year on year:

Stephen Crabb, owner and managing director of Catelina Spas based in Salisbury has been exhibiting at the Lincolnshire Show for the last 10 years.

He said: “The business has been going for 20 years and we have always enjoyed coming to Lincolnshire Show.

“Customers always keep coming back here which is nice.

“The layout and professionalism of this show really does put it up there as one of the best in the country.”

Steve Bennett, Lincolnshire Chef. Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Business

Steven Bennett, Lincolnshire Chef and owner of Lincolnshire Kitchen added: “Because I was born and bread in Louth in Lincolnshire, to me, this show is like home.

“We should shout a little bit more about what we do as a county. There are great products, great people and that’s why I’m here.”