Events & Exhibitions
Aside from the 270 acres of land on offer for outdoors events, the Showground also has a number of flexible indoor spaces available.
This includes the award-winning, eco-friendly Epic Centre which has the capacity to host event for up to 1,200 people across 1,836 square meters of purpose-built space.
Due to the variety of facilities on offer, we host a wide range of events annually in addition to our own events, from equine shows to awards ceremonies, antiques events to music concerts and niche festivals to international rally’s.
Combine this with dedicated staff, delicious locally-sourced menus and from dinners to delegates, exhibitions to entertaining and shows to sustainability, the Lincolnshire Showground team really do live and breathe events.
The Lincolnshire Showground is owned by the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society, a registered charity. 100% of surplus funds are gift aided back into the charity to deliver our educational work.
Lincolnshire Agricultural Society
Formed in 1869, the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society it dedicated to the furtherance, welfare and progress of the Agricultural Industry. Find out more about the society and how you can get involved.
Did you know that 100% of all profits generated from our venue hire go towards the support of our charitable work, which funds and supports agricultural education and countryside learning?
Its objectives are the “furtherance, welfare and progress of the Agricultural Industry and all professions, trades and crafts connected therewith”
As a charitable organisation, we are truly passionate about promoting and supporting education, food, farming and the Countryside within Lincolnshire’s local community. 100% of surplus funds from events are gift aided back into the charity to deliver our educational work.
The Society have significantly increased our events throughout the year to reflect these aims, including Farmhouse Breakfast Week, Countryside Lincs, the Schools’ Challenge, Lincolnshire Day and much more.
In 2019, the Lincolnshire Agricultural Society celebrated its 150th Anniversary. This was a special year marking the fantastic role that the LAS has played in teaching and inspiring young people, plus the next generation about Lincolnshire’s agriculture and the importance of farming in a sustainable environment.
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