Lincs Day 2014


Every year, 1st October marks a special day that celebrates all things Lincolnshire; the countrysides, seasides, towns, rich heritage, the food, the wildlife and of course, the people! This year is no exception, with shops, restaurants, venues and places of interest from across the county providing special offers and hosting thoroughly-Lincolnshire celebrations.

Lincolnshire Day is said to be held on 1st October to mark the anniversary of a revolt by Catholics against the Church of England by Henry VIII in 1536, known as the Lincolnshire Rising. Despite this rich heritage, an official Lincolnshire Day was only established in 2006, and each year continues to get bigger and better.

Tomorrow, many places right across the county will be providing special Lincolnshire Day offers and hosting celebratory events, so be sure to look out for Lincolnshire Flags flying high and people dressed in yellow (we are known as Yellow Bellies, after all!)

Visit Lincolnshire has kindly compiled a list of offers taking place tomorrow, which you can view here.

However you’ll be celebrating Lincolnshire Day tomorrow, we hope you all have a wonderful, pride-filled day!